Like You Love Me|Review

Like You Love Me – Published 2021

“To save her Tennessee bed-and-breakfast, Sophie Bates needs a fast-cash miracle. Holden McKenzie, her childhood best friend, needs to prove to a prospective employer that he’s a committed man. Their fortunes on the line, Holden proposes…a solution.

He’ll take care of Sophie’s bills if she agrees to a temporary marriage of convenience. And why not? They’re comfortable together, they have fun, and they trust each other. It’s as simple as saying “I do.” But the off-the-cuff wedding has all of Honey Creek talking—and Sophie and Holden realizing that their perfect arrangement is working too well. If they’re not careful, this marriage could turn into a love story.” – Goodreads

THOUGHTS

I’m pretty sure this is a Drunk Book Club book that I never got around to reading on time. Sorry, ya’ll. Once I did, however, I absolutely loved it. It’s on KU and you get the audio automatically on Audible. The narrators, as the book is told in alternating POVs, are wonderful. This is a somewhat steamy romcom with a marriage of convenience trope. Even better, however, they’re childhood friends. We all know how I feel about a friends to lovers trope – my fave!

A quick read, lighthearted, and witty.

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