*BLOG TOUR* Love Me Like You Do by Aimee Brown

It is my pleasure to bring you my review as part of the fabulous blog tour for Aimee Brown’s Love Me Like You Do.

A runaway bride. A handsome stranger. Two pasts to put behind them.

Parker is ready to marry the man of her dreams. But he isn’t ready to marry her. It would be helpful if he didn’t choose their wedding day to tell her this. But as she flees from the travesty behind her, she literally runs into the arms of a handsome stranger. The southern drawl, the dreamy eyes, she can’t fall for another man after being left at the altar – can she?

When Liam agreed to go on a date he didn’t expect to leave with the bride. Nor did he expect to take her to the emergency room. Immediately he’s drawn to her fiery spirit, her kind heart and beautiful smile. Liam’s got a whole host of problems and a past that keeps coming back, now can’t be the time to fall in love, but Parker might just be the one to break down his barriers and let him live a little – if she’ll let him in.

Will these two strangers allow serendipity to put them together, or will their fears keep them apart?

A good blurb will always draw you in, and the blurb for Love Me Like You Do certainly did that!

Parker finds herself on her wedding day, the happiest day of her life, fleeing the scene. Her life changes in that one moment, as she discovers her fiancee isn’t ready to get married – shame he didn’t mention it earlier!

Liam finds himself in the right place at the right time, as he manages to save a fleeing bride from serious injury. What he doesn’t anticipate is meeting a woman like Parker. Even whilst experiencing her worst ever day, he can’t help but find himself entranced by her. Following a number of coincidental meetings, they finally agree to be friends – but will it be enough?

Whilst the blurb definitely sold me this novel, I still didn’t expect to enjoy it as much as I did. I loved both Parker and Liam – they were realistic and likeable characters. Both had their flaws, neither trying to be perfect at all. I loved their random meetings, and their interactions not only with each other but with others too.

This was a fab easy-read with believable characters. It is of course a romance novel, but it happens so naturally that it’s really enjoyable to read. It’s a novel very much centred around family, second chances and love. I am more than happy to recommend this novel to you all. As the evenings draw in and the temperature cools, curl up on the sofa, snuggle under a blanket with a delicious glass of wine and lose yourself in Liam and Parkers story!

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Thank you to Aimee Brown and Vicky Joss at Aria Fiction for inviting me to be a part of this fabulous blog tour, and for providing me with a copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review.

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About the Author

Aimee Brown is a writer of romantic comedies set in Portland, Oregon, and an avid reader. She spends much of her time writing, raising three teenagers, binge-watching shows on Netflix and obsessively cleaning and redecorating her house. She’s fluent in sarcasm and has been known to utter profanities like she’s competing for a medal. Aimee grew up in Oregon, but is now a transplant living in cold Montana with her husband of twenty years, three teenage children, and far too many pets. She is a lot older than she looks and yes, that is a tattoo across her chest. (In the Portlandia spirit, yes, I lived many years in PDX and I do indeed have a bird tattooed on me (2!)) Aimee is very active on social media. You can find her at any of the networks below. Stop by and say hello! 

Follow Aimee:

Twitter: @AimeeBWrites

Instagram:@authoraimeeb

Facebook: @authoraimeeb

Follow Aria 

Website: www.ariafiction.com

Twitter: @aria_fiction

Facebook: @ariafiction

Instagram: @ariafiction

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