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Let Me Love You

(425 Madison #2)

4.16  ·  Rating details ·  222 ratings  ·  118 reviews
My professional life has taken off. Now if I could get a personal one, that would be great. He is so amazing. Good looking, smart, and everything I ever wanted. Why won't he let me love him?

Coming home from a life of service is hard. It's even harder when you're injured.
Why did she have to be so beautiful? She is everything I never knew I wanted. Letting her
Kindle Edition, 152 pages
Published February 21st 2019
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Feb 20, 2019 rated it really liked it
This is my favorite book by MK Moore so far. Mallory is a romance writer. When her friend and roommate has to leave she agrees to have her brother stay in the apartment. Malachi is home from the military after losing his leg and he feels lonely and incomplete. When these two meet sparks fly. I loved this couple. Mallory takes cares of Malachi and she is so protective of him! I loved this girl. Malachi is a sweet hero. He is so smitten and sexy. Safe: Both hero and heroine are virgins. Future epi ...more
This is my favorite book by MK Moore so far. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I was also pleasantly surprised to find it was longer than her previous works. Who doesn't want more ott hot alpha possessiveness?
-dual virgins
-injured military H
-best friends brother
-vulnerable yet alpha H
-no abuse
-no cheating
-love how H loves h
If you follow my reviews and find you like most, if not all of the books I like, you should DEFINITELY pick this one for your next read.
I don't think you'll be disappointe
I'm not going to rate this one because I just don't fit the audience for it. As much as I'm a fan of insta love/lust the h/H being married within a day or 2 of meeting may be just a bit much for me. I think if you're a fan of Alexa Riley's books this may work for you, but as much as I love a safe read this one missed the mark for me.
Feb 28, 2019 rated it it was ok
Let Me Love You is the second book in the 425 Madison series, and I was eager to dive in after enjoying Must Love Coffee. Although each book in this series is a standalone, we did get a wee insight into this story with Must Love Coffee, hence my eagerness to dive in.

As much as I wanted to love Let Me Love You, I found the book wasn’t for me. It certainly had potential, and will appeal to certain people, but it was too much insta everything for me to enjoy it. I’m a big fan of development, of wat
Charlotte Lynn
Feb 25, 2019 rated it really liked it
3.5 Star Review

I want to visit or live at 425 Madison Ave. The people are friendly, love is in the air, and it has such a draw to it that I know I couldn’t stay away.

In Let Me Love You we meet Malachi and Mallory. They are roommates by default and from first sight the attraction burns steaming hot. I loved how accepting Mallory was of Malachi’s history and that his current issues are not a deterrent to her love for him. Malachi is Mallory’s protector. He loves her, supports her writing, and doe
Feb 28, 2019 rated it really liked it
Good insta-love romance. Mallory is a romance writer without and romance in her life and Malachi is just coming back from war. Being injuried he doesn't think he is whole and good enough for Mallory. Can they both overcome their internal battles of self doubt to get their happily ever after?
Feb 10, 2019 rated it really liked it
The feels with this one is strong.

A little longer than I'm used too from this author, but still full of the yummy goodness that I've come to expect.

Safe, sweet and steamy.

4 big stars!

Would I read again? Yes
Nicole Jade
Feb 12, 2019 rated it it was ok
I uhm, idk. I felt like this moved crazy fast with everything. All the characters and situations were too much and I couldn't find or feel any connection to this. Some of the dialogue was cringey but negl, hot action. Wish it would've slowed down a bit.
This is an engaging best friend’s sibling romance that involves Mallory's best friend going to work abroad and her brother, Malachi, moving into their shared apartment. I was intrigued by the blurb and requested and was gifted a copy of it. This is my honest review after choosing to read and review it.

Malachi had been seriously injured and needed his leg amputated so this ex-serviceman is coming to terms with that and now being unable to continue in the job he'd loved. Mallory is the author of
Feb 24, 2019 rated it liked it

SO not what I thought it was going to be and while yes, overall, after I've had time to sit back and digest everything, the story itself isn't bad. The premise of a female writer writing what she doesn't know until shades of gray are removed to a world saturated with color, a wounded soldier (in more ways than one) finding love again (of both himself and another), friendships put to the test, and eventually, the chance for everyone in some fashion to show that despite the odds others stacked aga
Andrea Guy
Mar 01, 2019 rated it really liked it
I really wanted to love this book. I loved meeting Mal, however briefly in Must Love Coffee, the first book in the 425 Madison series. She was such a great character and she is, but for me the Insta-Love/Virgin thing didn't work for me. Mallory and Malachi meet when he stays in her apartment to recuperate while Mal's roommate and Malachi's sister Margot is working in France for a year. Their relationship is sort of a wham, bam, I love you ma'am sort of thing. I like relationships and every set o ...more
Sofia Lazaridou
Feb 21, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The story was crazy AF, but I enjoyed it. The number of couples that got together in this book is larger than one might think (and they are all from the series) and the number of pregnancies is also high, to a point where I wonder if there was something in the water. Malachi and Mallory's relationship was moving with a very fast pace and it threw me a little off. There is no drama which was a good thing and I liked the characters. I would have liked to have this story in a full-length version be ...more
Susan Angela Wallace
Mar 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Let me love you by MK Moore.
My professional life has taken off. Now if I could get a personal one, that would be great. He is so amazing. Good looking, smart, and everything I ever wanted. Why won't he let me love him?
Coming home from a life of service is hard. It's even harder when you're injured.
Why did she have to be so beautiful? She is everything I never knew I wanted. Letting her love me was the easy part.
Don't let the title fool you, this book is full of all the MK Moore y
Elizabeth Neal
**3.5 Stars**

Mallory, a famous writer who is currently having the first of two books made in to a movie, is getting a temporary roommate while hers, Margo, is heading to Paris due to her job. Though the new guy will technically be a stranger, but he's also Margo's brother.

Malachi is struggling. His career in the military ended way too soon and left him missing a leg. He'll be starting a new job soon, and already having a place to stay lessens some of the stress. He just never expected to instant
Mar 27, 2019 rated it did not like it
I know this has a pretty high star average, but I just couldn’t like this book at all.

I don’t really mind insta-love, but this was just a bit too instant and fast paced for me. It felt very unrealistic and very short as well. Not to even mention all the dialogue and inner thoughts that just got repetitive and again felt very unrealistic.

I honestly thought I would end up liking this book from the blurb, but no.
Feb 27, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
3 1/2 stars

I enjoyed learning more about Mallory and Malachi's story. I was introduced briefly to them in the first book of this series, Must Love Coffee. This book started off great. It was love at first sight and they had a strong connection from then on. I also enjoyed the ending. Filling in the details of years beyond was beautiful. I love knowing what came after the initial bang. My main issue with this story was the amount of drama in the middle. I understand one person going through some
Isha Coleman
Feb 23, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: first-reads
Two strangers find their soulmate in M.K. Moore's emotionally alluring, Let Me Love You.
When a romance writer and a wounded soldier meet for the first time, neither expects the chaotic feelings that they feel to go anywhere, but when living in close quarters starts to feel like home, everything changes. A lonely heart and broken soul find the perfect fit. Mallory and Malachi are the right kind of endearing. With a tasty blend of sweet and spicy, Moore cooks up an irresistible treat.
heather - NightlyReading
Feb 13, 2019 rated it really liked it
I was pleasantly surprised at how much I adored this book. Once I started, I was absorbed into the story and fell in love with all of the characters.

I must say though, at first, I was like WTH? These characters are moving REALLY fast but it worked for them and the story! They both knew exactly what they were looking for in a significant other and knew once they found it, there was no turning back. They fell hard and fast and I adored reading every minute of their love affair.

My favorite part was
Katherine Paschal
Feb 26, 2019 rated it it was ok
Shelves: contemp-romance
This was not the sweet forbidden best friends brother romance I was hoping for. Instead it was an incredibly short read, more like a novella, that had almost no plot, completely unrealistic scenarios, and was basically sex and dirty talk. Yep, this book was not for me. I'm sure others will enjoy this, but I did not
Sandy Nikolas
Feb 20, 2019 rated it really liked it
I loved that we got a full length novel from MK Moore. Malachi and Mallory were so good together. It’s insta-love and long journey for them, with a few blips along the way. It was nice to see them be able to work out life’s challenges that were thrown their way.
C.M. Steele
Jan 16, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: not-out-yet, romance
Review to come
Ruby Ap.
Feb 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Everyone
Recommended to Ruby by: Been reading author's work since the beginning
I absolutely loved Malachi and his woman, Mallory's story! But, I also loved that the author, MK Moore provided her readers and fans an awesome full length novel too :) <3

This story was amazing from start to finish. It had great main characters, their chemistry was sizzling sexy and hot ;), their instant connection was tangible and felt real, at least for me :)

It also had great secondary characters, the story's plot-line was well executed, some angst, some low drama (don't worry, there's no
R.K. Tejaswi
Feb 25, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Refreshing and Close to Heart Love Story

Let Me Love You is the second book in 425 Madison Series written by M.K. Moore.

This Book is about Mallory Greer an steamy romance author who began her career at the age of sixteen. She is living in New York with her best friend for six years, Margo Goranson. Mallory is a best selling author and her first book is going to filmed as a movie. When Margo gets an offer to move to Paris, her brother Malachi moves in with Mallory to replace his sister. Malachi
Rene' Seals
Feb 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Imagine this….you come home from a long day of work and while you are taking off your boots and jeans, you walk into a wall…a solid, dripping-wet, wall that’s covered in tattoos. For Mallory, and for myself, there’s just one word to describe the situation – YUM! You see, the wall (AKA Malachi), is going to be Mallory’s roommate for the next few months while his sister, Margo, is out of the country. Mallory is a 23 year-old best-selling author whose specialty is erotic romance. The irony is that ...more
Misty (Reds Romance Reviews)
Feb 11, 2019 rated it it was amazing
When Mallory agreed to let her roommates brother stay in their apartment while her roommate heads to Europe for six months, she never thought it would lead to love. But, the moment she meets uber sexy Malachi she becomes completely smitten with him. He's witty, smart, kind, and everything she could want in a forever partner.

With everything in her work life perfectly aligned, she had planned on starting to work on her personal life, but now that he has wandered into her life, she is beginning to
I was really excited to read Mallory’s story after finishing the first book and, although I liked this story, I didn’t love it. I’m not a huge fan of the insta-love trope, but I was actually onboard with Mallory and Malachi falling hard and fast – hey, sometimes you just know, and I totally got that vibe from both of them.

Mallory was exceptional in so many ways. She was so accepting of Malachi and I loved how she forced him to see that his injury didn’t define who he was. Malachi was your typic
Adriana Meister
Feb 22, 2019 rated it really liked it
I love that the books that are a part of 425 Madison series all have playlists. The playlist for Let Me Love You was good, a bit repetitive, but fun to listen to.

Mallory Greer is a young, 23 year old, best selling erotic romance author with 7 books under her belt already(you may remember her as one of Gwen's friends from Must Love Coffee). Mallory wrote her first erotic romance at the age of 16, because of this she had to deal with boys who thought she was a slut. Don't worry, being the no nons
Lisa Marie Barrera
Feb 16, 2019 rated it it was amazing
OMFG!! LET ME LOVE YOU will have Entertained from the Very Beginning of the Book!! M. K. Moore is a New Author for me and She Had me intrigued with Mallory & Malachi's story which we met in Must Love's part the 425 Madison Series with Other Amazing Authors!!
Let Me Love You is a fast pace Love Feast and if you don't Believe in "Love At First Sight"...Well you WILL Now After Reading this!! It is Beautifully written and Entertaining that Have you at the seat of your pants and You WI
Amy M. (Amy Loves Reading Blog)
Oh this series!!! 😍 So many feels throughout this book and it was my first read from this author!! I can’t explain how excited I was to read about Mallory!! I absolutely love the story MK told about her and her group of friends!!

Mallory is one of a kind and how I imagine a lot of authors I read are in real life. I know they are each real people with real feelings but I can’t help imagine the sass they give their husbands or even just their friends. Mallory is like my spirit animal because he at
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425 Madison (9 books)
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  • Two For Holding (A 425 Madison Novel, #4)
  • Boyfriend Maintenance (A 425 Madison Novel, #5)
  • Love Under Construction (A 425 Madison Novel, #6)
  • Back For More (A 425 Madison Novel, #7)
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