#blogtour #review He Loves Me He Loves Me Not by Aimee Brown @rararesources @AimeeBWrites

Dax Hartley has made flowers his entire life, just like his late father did.

When his dad’s old florist’s shop is up for sale, he has to have it. Only problem is, he’d need to sell a kidney to afford it. The reality show Battle of the Blossoms is the perfect opportunity to win the money he needs, but when his childhood crush blows back into his life, distractions risk taking his eyes off the prize. He needs his head and heart to start working together to ensure he doesn’t miss the opportunity of a lifetime.

Hollyn Matthews has made some colossal mistakes in life.

When she’s dumped just as she’s expecting an engagement ring, she knows she’s put her heart into the wrong man. Hoping for a second chance at being a grown-up, she moves home to stay with her brother and his best friend Dax, a boy whose memory faded as she ran away from her past. Facing the hurt she left behind means facing some home truths about herself, but there’s one boy who has always loved her, if only she’d take the time to notice him.

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Aimee Brown is the bestselling romantic comedy author of several books including The Lucky Dress. She’s an Oregon native, now living in a tiny town in cold Montana and sets her books in Portland. Previously published by Aria, her new series for Boldwood is full of love and laughter and real-life issues. The first book will be published in January 2023.

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My Review

He Loves Me He Loves Me Not was the perfect book I was looking for. Dealing with the holiday rush and fuss, I needed a book to help me escape from life. This book did the trick!

Set in Portland, Oregon, it the tale of friends to lovers, bro-code, childhood friends, heartache, and starting I’ve all rolled into one nice piece of work with a bow on top! This book is well written, told from different POV (Dax and Hollyn), which is my favorite type of story telling.

I think what I liked most about the book is the optimism. While we all deal with heartache, it was a nice change of pace to read about a hopeless romantic man, who’s been in love with someone since he laid eyes on her. The story is upbeat, with a cast of characters I grew to love (and am very excited that sequels are being written about some). And to top it off, the author included a corresponding playlist…very nice touch.

If you’re looking for a lighthearted, quick read…something to take your mind off the world, this is it!


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