REVIEW: Love Me Goodbye, by Meg Buchanan @MegBuchanan80 @books_n_all

A story of a woman who needs a knight in shinning armor, and man who wants to feel needed and loved. Can these two find a path together and have both of their wants and needs work?

Adam is a keyboard player in a band getting ready to go on a three month tour and finds himself drinking alone in a bar instead of being at his flat with his band mates and his roommate, who he believes he’s in love with. He really only wants to feel like he is needed and loved and his life might get on track. He’s a man who stays in the shadows of his band mates, but he’s a really nice guy that tries to help anyone that needs it.

Genevieve, a woman who has finally decided it’s time to fly solo and walks into the same bar that Adam is sitting in. She decides that she is going to try to pick him up for one night so that she has somewhere to go to get some sleep before she tries to go back home to her family in Uruguay.

These two will get a few days to get to know each other and they have a few adventures in the mean time. When it comes time to go their separate ways they’ll find that emotions have gotten in the way.

I liked this story and found the characters to be likable. I have not read the previous books in the series, but I found this story to be lacking something. I’m not sure what, but it didn’t grab me and pull me in. I give this story a 3 star review and recommend it to anyone who is looking for a short love story to read.

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