Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Publication Date: July 16, 2019 Format: ARC
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I’m a good girl—until I got drunk in Vegas and married a panties-flaming-hot Irishman.
I’ve always lived my life by the rules. Unlike my two sisters, I’m the good one. The responsible one. Going outside my comfort zone is when I wear red lipstick before five PM.
That comfort zone of mine? It’s smashed to smithereens on a wild night in Las Vegas when I met—and married—Liam Gallagher.
After one shot of tequila, then two, then too many to count, a good girl’s rules tend to disappear. And so do her panties, and her bra, and various other articles of clothing when she’s with an Irishman who knows his way around a woman’s body.
Now my husband wants us to stay married. For six months. He says it’ll be worth my while. Considering our chemistry underneath the sheets, I can’t say that he’s wrong.
Liam isn’t safe, though. Liam definitely isn’t comfortable. He’s like the male equivalent of wearing red lipstick in the daytime all wrapped up in an irresistible, dangerous package.
Yet this stubborn Irishman isn’t about to let me go, drunken Princess Bride-themed Vegas wedding or no.
Now I have to decide if I’m brave enough to break the rules for love.
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not is the second novel in Iris Morland’s Flower Shop Sisters series. Each book in the series follows one of the Wright sisters, and this second installment follows Mari in the aftermath of her engagement and accidental wedding to Liam. Even though this novel is part of a series, it can definitely be read as a standalone (although it’s much more fun to read the first book as well).
Going into this book I knew I was going to enjoy it because there were two of my favorite tropes, hate to love and accidental marriage. Accidental marriage can be a bit hit-or-miss for me even though it’s a trope I enjoy, but it was done so well here. HLMHLMN was so quick to get through, it was short and a fast read (mostly because I needed to know what was going to happen and didn’t want to put it down). I definitely enjoyed this book a lot more than the first one. I enjoyed these characters more, and I enjoyed the writing more in this installment as well.
I loved reading about Mari and Liam together and watch their relationship progress, but I also really enjoyed reading about them individually. I liked reading about Liam and his sister’s relationship. It was so easy to see how much they care for each other, and Liam did so much to help her.
I’m especially looking forward to the third book in the series bc omg that epilogue! Obviously I’m not going to say anything else because I don’t want to spoil it, but that epilogue definitely hooked me and has me not so patiently waiting for the third book!
Overall I enjoyed the book a lot and can’t wait to continue with the series!