book cover of Love You, Mean It
Added by 1 member

Love You, Mean It

A novel by


'Beautifully written, brilliant, and perfectly salty, Love You, Mean It is a total dream of a rom-com . . . Ellie and Theo's sizzling chemistry leaps off the page, and Jilly Gagnon's hilarious subversion of the amnesia trope only adds to the deep tenderness of their slow-burn romance. I adored every moment' LANA HARPER, author of Payback's a Witch

Delightfully tropey. . . Gagnon expertly combines humour and tenderness. . . This is a sweet confection' PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

From duelling delis to fake dating. . .

Ellie Greco loves her hometown and family-run deli, but she'd always thought she was meant for more exciting things than stocking the
right tinned fish. Until a gourmet food department store moving in nearby threatens the very existence of Greco's Deli.

She pleads her case to Theo Taylor, scion of the property management firm that's about to put her out of business, but their meeting goes from bad (he's
infuriating) to worse (no one expects the ceiling to fall on him).

With Theo out cold, Ellie panics, claims to be his fiancée . . . and almost passes out herself when amnesia means Theo actually
believes her. The effects of the head injury soon wear off, yet Theo proposes that their "engagement" stick around. If they manage to convince enough people, they might succeed in ending the department store deal.

But when Theo's ex-fiancée reappears on the scene, Ellie is forced to decide between a blossoming friendship, her family legacy, and the burgeoning romance she frankly never asked for.

Readers are loving Love You, Mean It!

'A fast-paced, fascinating story with interesting, unforgettable characters . . . a delightful story' ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

'I freaking LOVED this book' ⭐ ��� ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

'A delightful exploration of personal growth, unexpected romance, and the complexities of family and friendship. Jilly Gagnon's masterful storytelling and well-crafted characters make this novel an absolute page-turner' ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

Genre: Romance

Visitors also looked at these books

Used availability for Jilly Gagnon's Love You, Mean It

About Fantastic Fiction       Information for Authors