Lily’s House: House Without Lies by Rachel Branton

January 18, 2016 | 1 Comment
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Lily’s House: House Without Lies by Rachel BrantonHouse Without Lies
Author: Rachel Branton
Series: Lily's House #1
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 264
Date: January 15, 2016
Publisher: White Star Press

Lily has a dream, a dream of a big house without lies, a place of refuge for runaway girls. She knows what it’s like to grow up feeling unloved, and she now fills every space in her tiny apartment with endangered teens. They don’t have everything they need, but together they have enough.

Or so she thinks—until she meets Jameson and glimpses the mysterious something between them that just might mean real love.

Jameson, who works as a teen counselor, believes the only way Lily can really help the girls is by certifying as a foster parent and going through the system. But becoming legitimate may mean losing some of the girls to the families who threw them away, and Lily hasn’t worked hard to save the teens only to abandon them now.

It seems Jameson will be one more entry on the very long list of things Lily has given up for the girls. What other choice is there when she is all they have?

When two of the teens’ fathers come looking for them, and another one’s mother plans to put her daughter in danger, Lily’s life spins out of control. They need a new home—and fast. A safe place. A house without lies.

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About Rachel Branton

Rachel Branton

Rachel Branton has worked in publishing for over twenty years. She loves writing and traveling. As a mother of seven, it’s not easy to find time to write, but the semi-ordered chaos gives her a constant source of writing material. Rachel writes romance, romantic suspense, and women’s fiction. She also writes paranormal and science fiction as Teyla Branton.

One response to “Lily’s House: House Without Lies by Rachel Branton

  1. Gayle Humpherys

    This story quickly held my interest – Lily is a wonderful character with a huge heart. I loved how she wanted so much to give the girls she was helping a home where they would feel safe and that was full of the things she missed growing up, despite her wealthy parents. She is determined to do all she can, despite many odds against her. I’ve never dealt with the foster care system, so I don’t know how realistically everything was portrayed, but overall it was very inspiring and made me more aware of trying to reach out to those around me.

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