In the riveting, powerful conclusion to the Love Story duet, Sam and Lucy discover that sometimes it's not about finding love, it's about saving it.
Even when we were kids, the connection between us was overwhelming. I knew Sam and I were soulmates, destined to be together. Breaking that love would mean breaking us. And for a little while, that happened. I lost the man who had always been my other half.
After too much heartache and too many years apart, we've finally found our way back to each other. But Sam's professional boxing career is getting in the way of our happy ending. I don't know how much longer I can watch him take another crushing punch, knowing each one knocks him closer to danger. He's killing himself. For me. For us. And for one tiny other...
Then the blow comes. It's not the one I thought it would befist in glovebut the result is the same. We're on the verge of losing everything we fought for. Everything we sacrificed for.
We thought we paid the price. We thought we had it all.
But what if my love isn't enough to bring Sam back to me?
"Captivating, sexy, emotional and deeply romantic. If you love second-chance romances, you do not want to miss this duet that delivers all the feels." -Frolic
Love Story Duet:
Book 1: A Love Like Yours
Book 2: A Story Like Ours
About the Author
Robin Huber is a lifelong day dreamer, a lover of music, and an avid cook with a knack for plotting emotionally charged love stories on her way to work. It keeps her from losing it in traffic. She's admittedly an introverted extrovert and a proud Aries with a somewhat unhealthy dependency on her horoscope. She's a director by day, a writer by night, a wife to her high school sweetheart, and most importantly a mom to her three crazy kids (she means beautiful children). When she's not writing, you can find this Florida native with her toes in the sand, holding her Kindle, and probably a Corona too.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A Story Like Ours is the continuation of Sam and Lucy's story and picks up right where the first book left off. It is not a standalone and should only be read after A Love Like Yours. I enjoyed getting to see Sam and Lucy's relationship evolve and grow after everything they experienced in book 1. It was sweet to see them reconnect and fulfill the wishes they made together as teenagers. The book felt like a giant extended epilogue and tied up all the loose ends. The majority of the story is again told from Lucy's POV, but Sam does have a chapter sprinkled in here and there. I'm not completely sure that two books were really needed to tell Sam and Lucy's story, but it was still nice to see them come full circle as well as dive deeper into secondary characters like Tristan and Sebastian. Overall, this was a sweet second chance/sports romance duet and a wonderful debut by Robin Huber. *I voluntarily read an advance reader copy of this book*