From bestselling and award winning author, Lydia Michaels, comes a laugh out loud second chance romance full of small town charm and humble heroes worth every swoon!
Perrin is through with men. After dumping her cheating fiancé, she started a new career, and her life is finally on an upswing—until Gage comes to town.
Gage King, of King Construction, represents everything the small town of Jasper Falls is not. His big Texan upbringing disguises his secrets well. At first glance, he's all luxury and a lavish lifestyle, but to a girl like Perrin Harris, he's one big eye roll. When Gage tries to buy the land Perrin has her heart set on, she puts a plan into action. She will stop at nothing to get what she wants, but neither will Gage—and Gage wants Perrin.
An Interesting Turn
Love Me Nots is more of a novella than a full length novel. Love Me Not uses quite a few narrative shortcuts that make the romance feels as if it is being fast forwarded. The characters are lovely and the writing is infectious, but narratively Love Me Nots does not do its characters' romance justice.
A sweet love story
A heartwarming book that is a great addition to the Jasper Falls stories.
A cute story that brought cheer and an awww 🥰 to my heart and spirit.
There is no way of not falling in love with Perrin and Gage.
They are two wonderful people.
Both burned when it came to finding love.
But deep down wanting to find their person.
Perrin was cheated on and felt so betrayed she hasn’t trusted another man since.
Gage is used to being with women who want his money and his gifts more than they want him, the man.
These two jaded people have been hurt and have a heart filled with pain.
They need to take a leap of faith.
Learn to trust.
And believe in their instincts and heart again.
Just when everything starts aligning for them the past comes back rearing it’s ugly head.
Great read that is guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
Brighten your day.
And make you believe in the magic of love.
“Soul mates are never gone for good. Sometimes they just got lost somewhere in time.”
Short story. Not worth $4.99
No story line. No explanations.
As soon as sample was done went downhill from there. Sorry but could have been better. Felt rushed.
Book #1 in the series was by far better.