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.
|Title:||He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not|
|Series:||The Flower Shop Sisters (Book 2)|
One Night Stand
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|Release Date:||16th July, 2019|
A hugely enjoyable read
This is the second book in the Flower Shop Sisters series and the second to receive the full 5 stars from me. It stands completely alone although Dani and Jacob (but mostly Dani) from Petal Plucker, do appear in this book as Mari did in theirs.
Like I said, this book received the full 5 stars from me and it deserves every one of them. It’s such a fun tale with a relatable heroine, a swoon worthy hero and enough laughter and sex to make every page turn faster than the last.
Mari has gone through some tough times, romantically, in recent months so it doesn’t take much to have her ridiculously drunk and seriously married on a trip to Vegas. Despite this random act of craziness, Mari is actually quite a straight-laced, responsible and calm person. Or at least she is around everyone except Liam. Liam makes her crazy which makes for great reading for us. But aside from that, I really liked Mari and could identify with her. I wanted her to do well and reach her dreams. I’ll even admit I shed a little tear when she worked out her issues with her mum.
So now to Liam. Liam Gallagher, to be precise. While thoughts of gobby northern singers (Oasis presumably didn’t make it big over in the US) did freak me out for a few pages, our Liam is fun, bold and sweet enough to make him his own person in my head. He is Irish but I’m happy to note that Ms Morland doesn’t go all ‘fiddle-dee-dee potatoes’ on us which means Liam is a very likeable, and realistic, hero. Even more so because he’s so adorably dense with his ‘I don’t believe in love and marriage’ schtick. Bless his heart!
And while our pair are equally wonderful characters separately – together, they are just amazing. They have chemistry for days and have a real buzz about them. That translates to some sizzling sex scenes. Oooh boy – they really hit the spot! And often.
Ms Morland is onto a winner with the Flower Shop Sisters series and the books seem to just get better. I’m looking forward to seeing if the youngest sister, Kate, (with possibly Lochlann?) will get her own story and I’m already anticipating another great read. In the meantime, if you’re a fan of romantic comedies with likeable, relatable characters in extraordinary situations – I would highly recommend this book to you. 5 stars.
A coffee addict and cat lover, Iris Morland is the author of over a dozen sexy, small-town romances and romantic comedies. If she’s not reading or writing, she enjoys binging on Netflix shows and cooking something delicious.