The sequel to Lead Me Not, this dangerously sexy second installment in the Twisted Love series continues Aubrey and Maxx’s love story, from New York Times bestselling author A. Meredith Walters—who “writes the most beautifully flawed characters that still have you swooning” (Sawyer Bennett, USA TODAY bestselling author of the Off series).
Aubrey Duncan has loved…and lost. Should she follow a heart that’s betrayed her or a head that tells her to let go?
Maxx Demelo’s addiction almost destroyed him. It ruined his life and, most importantly, his relationship with the only girl he ever loved.
He has vowed to become the man Aubrey Duncan deserves. Even if he has to tear himself apart to do it. So he enters rehab, trying to fix the parts of him that are shattered as he longs to be healthy and whole.
Aubrey lost everything because she chose to listen to her heart. Now she has sworn to put herself first, to heal in the only way that she can…far away from Maxx and his demons.
But just as Aubrey is starting over, Maxx is released from rehab and thrust back into her world, determined to prove how much they still need each other. And the chaos that had defined them threatens to unleash once again…
But a heart, no matter how broken, is impossible to ignore.
About the Author
A. Meredith Walters is the New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of New Adult novels including Bad Rep, Perfect Regret, Lead Me Not, and the Find You in the Dark series. Before becoming a full-time writer, she worked as a counselor for troubled and abused children and teens. She currently lives in England with her husband and daughter.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
FOLLOW ME BACK starts off with Maxx in rehab and Aubrey picking up the pieces of her academic career. Both Aubrey and Maxx do a lot of soul searching throughout this book. Aubrey takes a hard look at why she chose the counseling path and if it’s the right one. Maxx struggles not only with his sobriety but the fall out of his drug use from his brother and Aubrey. He also finds it extremely hard to find his place once he’s released. While this entire series deals with heavy subject matter it also is full of hope. Full of hope not only for the addicted but for the ones that love them too. I loved the epilogue and the fact that the author didn’t sugar coat anything. Aubrey knows, along with Maxx that everyday moving forward is going to be a challenge.
Some parts def went on and on and I slipped a few paragraphs but over all I really liked the story, but I def wanted to smack Aubrey sometimes