Love Me Like You Mean It by Laura Burton [REVIEW]


A fake relationship leads to true love.

Get caught trying on wedding dresses. Tell a white lie.

Everyone lies when they bump into their old school frenemy.

But thanks to social media, nobody can get away with a lie this big.

When lie spirals, enlist sexy BFF to pose as fiancé.

Emma hatches a plan to save face. And luckily, her best friend Aiden––a modern-day Cary Grant––is all too happy to help out.

A fake relationship is born.

Live happily ever after.

As the lies get bigger and bigger, involving big-hearted friends and family, Emma and Aiden go from mishap to mishap as they stumble their way to discovering that the only people they are lying to is themselves!

Steamy Kisses

Whilst there are no sex scenes, there are toe-curling, heart-pounding kisses.


This is definitely the stuff of a Hallmark (or Lifetime) movie.  Will the truth come out?  You will have to read it to find out.


I received this book free in exchange for a fair & honest review.

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