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    Fantastic

    I adore the quaint little town of Cottonbloom that Laura Trentham created and I'm so glad to be returning in this amazing new story. The town may have always been split not only by state lines and the river but also by social status. Times are changing though and sometimes the heart wants what it wants. Sutton Mize may not have spent a lot of time on the Mississippi side of Cottonbloom but after her personal quickly implodes, she can't seem to stay away from Wyatt Abbott. There's just something about the kind and funny auto mechanic that pulls at her heart but what would her friends and family think?? She's about to find out~ A fantastic small town romance that I recommend to everyone!
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    Love Cottonbloom!!

    I love visiting Cottonbloom and this was no exception. Wyatt and Sutton are on opposite sides of the track or you could say river. Wyatt has always had a fondness for Sutton. When Wyatt finds the unthinkable under the seat of Sutton's car seat things change in their lives. Sutton needs Wyatt's help in a fake relationship but it turns into so much more. But there is a curse in Wyatt's family that he must overcome first. This is a feel good romance. Love the characters! I highly recommend this series, but can be read as a stand alone.
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    contemporary romance

    Sutton Mize is engaged…until she finds her BFF’s scanty panties under the seat in her fiancé’s car. After that she wants to get even so says she and Wyatt Abbott have been seeing one another for some time – though they have not been. What begins as a way to prove to her ex-fiancé that she is desirable and has been dating or can happily be with someone else turns into a real relationship as she and Wyatt spend more and more time together. There are others in the story and having come into this series on the fourth book wasn’t a problem although I do wonder about Cottonbloom and all the people that were mentioned. Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for the ARC – This is my honest review.
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    Brilliant

    Book Review - Leave The Night On by Laura Trentham I was lucky enough to receive an ARC of this book I am a massive fan of Ms Trentham, and have read and loved all the cottenbloom novels. This is book 4, and it introduces us to the Abbott family, mainly Wyatt who loves restoring and fixing up old cars, has a bit of a reputation of being a 'Love Em and Leave Them' type, but under his bravado, he's a bit loss and lonely. When old crush Sutton brings in a car to fix up for her fiancé, he is reminded of his feelings for her and after she finds evidence of her fiancé cheating on her with her best friend, he's happy to give his friendship and support. Sutton has always tried to do what is expected of her, even marry a man she's not sure she loves. In a moment of madness, she tells her ex she was seeing someone else...yep Wyatt. What starts as a pretend relationship develops into so much more, but with the cultural divide in Cottonbloom, old fears and resentments, as well as other factors....the two of them are never quite sure of where they stand with each other. Trentham is brilliant at creating characters that you care about, she gives them so much depth that you can't wait to get the end to see how it ends, plus it's wonderful catching up with new friends and meeting characters that will be featured in the future 5*****
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    I want to hear more from the Abbott brothers.

    I really felt sorry for Sutton. She lost her fiancée and best friend all in the same day. But, she got to know Wyatt better because of it. And with his encouragement, she came out of her shell. I really liked three of the Abbott brothers. I hope we will find out why Ford acts the way he does and where he went when he disappeared. I want to hear more from the Abbott brothers.
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