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Another day, another romance review. Today is the new offering from Meg Buchanan, Love Me Goodbye.
About Love Me Goodbye
Adam Turner is having a really bad night.
The girl he loves has gone back to her cheating fiancé.
So Adam is in a bar, aiming for oblivion
Then the most beautiful girl he’s ever seen walks in.
But Genevieve has problems.
She needs somewhere to spend the night until she can work out a way to disappear.
Then she sees Adam watching her.
He’s answer to those problems in the short- term,
From the moment they meet they both sense something special happening.
It could be amazing.
But Adam is leaving in four days.
And Geneviève has a husband.
Can they overcome the bad timing?
Will they find a way to be together?
I read the previous book in this series, I Thought I Knew You, not so long ago and thoroughly enjoyed it. Love Me Goodbye did not disappoint.
Meg’s writing is brilliant, she really tells a beautiful story and her characters are flawed to perfection. They appear real due to their flaws.
I absolutely cannot wait to find out if there is going to be another instalment to this series. If not, I’ll have to find other books by Meg Buchanan to even it out.
Love Me Goodbye is available from Amazon below (affiliate link)
About Meg Buchanan
I live in Paeroa, a small town in New Zealand, with my husband and a black labrador. Most of my books are set in my home town, simply because it has a rich history, and the streets already have names, so do the rivers and the mountain nearby, and the neighbouring towns also have names, so I save time on world building.
I have been writing for seven years. Before that I was a teacher, then a kitchen designer, and for a year, the creator of resources for drug education. But now writing is what I do.
I love creating books about ordinary people doing interesting things. The characters in my story are just a little better looking and more charismatic than in real life, but they think and feel like normal people.
My books cover many genre, action adventure, scifi, historical fiction, and romance. Up until now you won’t find a vampire or werewolf in any them, but in the future, that can’t be completely ruled out.
I wrote Scavenger Hunt to enter it in a national competition, just to see if I could write. It won the competition and really it has all gone on from there.
Twitter – @MegBuchanan80