Love Me Do: the friends-to-lovers feelgood new rom-com from the Sunday Times bestselling author of the I Heart series
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And then we have the perfect balance of humour and romance that Lindsey Kelk always seems to manage to capture in her books. An utterly unforgettable, spirit-lifting summer rom com that's full of soul, joy, laugh-out-loud moments and meaning. This book is hilarious, endearing, and, if you haven’t gathered by that triple digit number, so relatable. Phoebe Chapman is flying across the Atlantic to visit her sister in Los Angeles and take a much needed holiday after a bad breakup.
I always love Lindsey Kelk’s books so I knew that Love Me Do would be no different, but I think it even exceeded the high expectations I already had. Everyone thinks poor Phoebe can’t handle that her ex is about to be remarried and insists on her living large and having fun. She has her flaws and she has a past btu she has come to LA for a break from her life and it was great sharing her adventure.Bel is set on the fact that Ren is the love of her life, but there is one problem; she can't string a sentence together when talking to him.
So when she lands in the Hollywood hills a place that proves film stars, golden beaches and secret waterfalls don’t just exist in the movies she can’t resist playing matchmaker for her handsome neighbour, carpenter Ren.I won't give spoilers about her connection with Ren, but the book is worth reading just for the charming, fun, sweet, snarky, etc. These cookies allow us to count visits and traffic sources so we can measure and improve the performance of our site. The plot starts off with a crisis, a woman trying to discovering what she wants, getting involved with new people. There, she befriends the lovely Bel, her sister's personal trainer, and the sweetest boy next door, Ren, who is both a real cinnamon bun and a meticulous carpenter. Her decision to leave her abusive ex and embark on a summer adventure becomes a catalyst for positive change, allowing her to find strength within herself and redefine her own worth.
Born and brought up in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, she worked in London as a children’s editor before writing her first book, I Heart New York, and moving to Brooklyn. Lindsey’s novels include the I Heart series, On a Night Like This, and One in a Million, as well as the children’s book series, Cinders and Sparks. I managed to read this book over two days, which as a mother of three, rarely happens but I just absolutely loved this story and wanted to spend as much time with the characters as possible. She goes on holiday to visit her hight-flying sister, in Hollywood Hills, is left to her own devices for a few days as her sister has to work, and ends up getting an eyeful from a possible pervert next-door neighbour, who turns out to be much the opposite, as well as rather hot!Regardless, we only recommend products or services we use personally and believe will add value to our readers.