Tuesday, 10 December 2019

One Epic Night & Cross My Heart - L.H. Cosway



Book: One Epic Night
Author: L.H. Cosway
Series: Hearts, #5.5
Genres: Romance, Contemporary, Novella
Format: Online read - Freebie via author newsletter
Publication Date:14th October 2016

My Rating: πŸŒ•πŸŒ•πŸŒ•πŸŒ•
Date Finished: 9th December 2019

Description:

Trevor Cross had been my best friend for the better part of the last three years. He was also the most unique and unpredictable person I knew. Being around him often felt like trying to circumnavigate a minefield, and yet, I wouldn’t change him for the world. He was addictive, destructive, frustrating, fascinating. Too full of energy to ever pin down. Our friendship had been on a steady path until one wild and epic night that changed everything. He convinced me to throw caution to the wind, to stay out until the break of dawn and embrace new experiences. I never expected where the night would end, nor how it would alter our relationship for good.

Review:

This one follows Trevor Cross, in what I assume is not long after the previous book, Thief of Hearts, as he urges his best friend, Reya, to spend a night out doing stuff neither of them has ever done before. They eat in a dark restaurant and go to an illegal rave as well as confessing things to each other that leads to it being one epic night.

I can't wait to read Trev and Rey's complete story in book 6, Hearts on Air!


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Book: Cross My Heart
Author: L.H. Cosway
Series: Hearts, #5.75
Genres: Romance, Contemporary, Novella
Format: Kindle e-Book - Kindle Unlimited
Publications Date: 31st January 2017

My Rating: πŸŒ•πŸŒ•πŸŒ•πŸŒ•
Date Finished: 10th December 2019

Description:

Iris Garrigan has nothing.

Well, that’s not entirely true. She has her trusty Doc Martin boots. She has her Bowie obsession. And she has the stray cat that sneaks into her bed and keeps her company at night – it’s a quid pro quo relationship. The cat gets a warm body and she gets something alive beside her when she would otherwise be alone.
She also has a job. Sure, washing dishes hardly has her rolling in dough, but with no permanent abode, it’s the best she can do. She knows her new boss only lets her work in his restaurant out of pity, but she isn’t above cashing in on a little human compassion if it means she can survive to live another day.

Everything is going fine until Liam Cross starts to take notice of her, poking his newly minted police badge where it doesn’t belong. And if he doesn’t quit soon her not so legal living situation could find her in hot waters. Little does she know, Liam isn’t just being nosy, he’s trying to help. Iris has no idea that he’s been watching her for months, and that he’s completely enamored with her strange and peculiar ways.

When Liam discovers her secret Iris has two options: stay and face the music or run for the hills.


Review:


This has been borrowed from the Kindle Unlimited library.

This one follows Liam, the youngest Cross brother, and Iris, a waitress at Liam's older brother's restaurant. It seems Liam has been watching Iris for a while, almost from the start of her time working for Lee and has been intrigued by her. Iris is homeless and struggling for every penny she earns so she can begin renting someplace. She acts tough and stays disconnected from her colleagues as she doesn't know how they'll take her living situation but then Liam takes a serious interest in her and she struggles to keep him at length.

This was actually super cute for such a short read. I still love all the Cross family and Liam has changed a lot from that little punk in Lee's story.

I liked the Bowie thing that Iris had going on and that Jareth is my favourite version of him, too. I love Labyrinth. It's been one of my favourite films since I was a kid.

I'm looking forward to the last book and Trevor's full story.

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