(You and Me Trilogy #3)
Publication date: Fall 2013
Genres: Contemporary, New Adult
From the bestselling You & Me Trilogy, profiled on CBS News, comes...
FREEING YOU FREEING ME...
The last book in the You & Me Trilogy, starting with Saving You Saving Me, followed by Finding You Finding Me, and now Freeing You Freeing Me.
Sam (Samantha) Sullivan has had a perfect life. On the outside, she is the girl who had it all... top grades, a scholarship to her chosen college, a perfect beautiful family consisting of a well-respected father and model mother, and an exquisite beauty which seems to draw guys to her like bees to honey.
It all comes crumbling down...
When she meets billionaire bad boy Collins McGregor, who pulled himself out of the streets and became a self-made media mogul, an irresistible attraction has her breaking all the rules.
But one bad boy is not enough to take her down...it was when she became a peer counselor at the little non-profit young adult crisis center, helping teens to new adults, help deal with issues from dating and relationships to abuse, Sam falls hard...for the very troubled Daggers, who pulls her into a world...dark, decadent, and dangerously sexy.
With one twist after another, when the past comes to confront the present, and the present threatens the future; Collins, Daggers, and Sam's lives collide in such an explosive way, that there is no going back. Only forward on a path towards freedom...from the past and from their demons.
There will be no regrets.
Reading Order of the You & Me Trilogy:
Saving You Saving Me
Finding You Finding Me
Freeing You Freeing Me
Freeing You Freeing Me releases 11/22/2013
About Saving You Saving Me (Book 1):
*Book featured and recommended on CBS television news for mature teens and adults in August 2012
*Book was originally edited by Ifsha R. and will be re-edited and re-released with new bonus chapters on Feb. 12, 2013.
18 year old high school senior and aspiring psychologist Samantha Sullivan (Sam) never thought she would fall for the one mysterious guy she has been speaking to over the phone for months, the boy the counselors called Daggers. She wasn’t supposed to talk to him outside of their sessions. But as she began to peel the layers of Daggers and learn who he is, the one boy she is supposed to be saving, might just be the one who is saving her.
Saving You Saving Me inspired the Saving You Saving Me Project found at: http://www.SavingYouSavingMe.com
The Saving YOU Saving ME Project was inspired by the book, which tells the story of Samantha (Sam) Sullivan, who becomes a peer counselor at a teen and young adult crisis center called Sawyer House. The Saving YOU Saving ME Project tries to replicate the atmosphere of Sawyer House by allowing a place for teens through adults a place to share their issues anonymously and in doing so, might be able to help others learn from it or might receive feedback from people about what to do.