Leave The Night On

Leave The Night On

by Laura Trentham
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Leave The Night On by Laura Trentham

Love, betrayal, and sweet revenge—life in Cottonbloom is about to get a whole lot hotter . . .

Sutton Mize is known for lavishing attention on the customers who flock to her boutique on the wealthy side of her Mississippi town. So when she finds a lace thong in her fiancé’s classic cherry-red Camaro, she knows just who she sold it to: her own best friend. In an instant, Sutton’s whole world goes up in flames. . .

Wyatt Abbott has harbored a crush on Sutton since he was a young kid from the other side of the tracks. He witnessed Sutton’s shocking discovery in the Camaro at his family-owned garage—and it made him angry. What kind of man could take lovely, gorgeous Sutton for granted? But then Sutton comes up with an idea: Why not give her betrothed a taste of his own medicine and pretend that she’s got a lover of her own? Wyatt is more than happy to play the hot-and-heavy boyfriend. But what begins as a fictional affair soon develops into something more real, and more passionate, than either Sutton or Wyatt could have imagined. Could it be that true love has been waiting under the hood all along?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781250130969
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication date: 08/01/2017
Series: Cottonbloom , #5
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 350
Sales rank: 35,835
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

An award-winning author, Laura Trentham was born and raised in a small town in Tennessee. Although, she loved English and reading in high school, she was convinced an English degree equated to starvation. She chose the next most logical major—Chemical Engineering—and worked in a hard hat and steel toed boots for several years.

She writes sexy, small town contemporaries and smoking hot Regency historicals. The first two books of her Falcon Football series were named Top Picks by RT Book Reviews magazine. Then He Kissed Me, a Cottonbloom novel, was named as one of Amazon’s best romances of 2016. When not lost in a cozy Southern town or Regency England, she's shuttling kids to soccer, helping with homework, and avoiding the Mt. Everest-sized pile of laundry that is almost as big as the to-be-read pile of books on her nightstand.

An award-winning author, Laura Trentham was born and raised in a small town in Tennessee. Although, she loved English and reading in high school, she was convinced an English degree equated to starvation. She chose the next most logical major—Chemical Engineering—and worked in a hard hat and steel toed boots for several years.

She writes sexy, small town contemporaries and smoking hot Regency historicals. The first two books of her Falcon Football series were named Top Picks by RT Book Reviews magazine. Then He Kissed Me, a Cottonbloom novel, was named as one of Amazon’s best romances of 2016. When not lost in a cozy Southern town or Regency England, she's shuttling kids to soccer, helping with homework, and avoiding the Mt. Everest-sized pile of laundry that is almost as big as the to-be-read pile of books on her nightstand.

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Leave The Night On 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 31 reviews.
Nelles_Nightstand 4 days ago
This is my first introduction to Laura Trentham. I LOVED the Abbott Brothers!!! Except. For. Ford. JERK. Anyway, Wyatt and Sutton were good together. I say good because Sutton was just a little too, passive with her family. This book was a little too much "high society" meets "across the tracks" for me. I loved the opening! That's what caught my eye and made me pick the book up. I'm definitely interested in reading more of the Abbott brothers. I would love to dive into more of the small town of Cottonbloom.
mamalovestoread22 12 days ago
Leave The Night On is a sweet, funny, and sexy read that is sure to warm the heart of any reader who picks it up and cracks the cover. The characters are wonderfully crafted and will draw you into their Southernfied world and have you never wanting to part from them. I thoroughly enjoyed this one, it had everything you could want in a romance story and so much more... it's my favorite Cottonbloom novel so far!! Highly recommend you get your hands on this one and meet Wyatt, the moment he wanders onto the page you'll be saying goodbye to your heart... and hello new book boyfriend!!
sbart84 12 days ago
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.
RomanticReadsandSuch 13 days ago
I’ve seen a few reviews where people have had a problem with Sutton – I think they feel like she didn’t put as much effort in or that she took advantage of Wyatt.  But relationships aren’t always even.  Sometimes you are having a bad time of it, like Sutton, and need the support.  Wyatt does a fantastic job of being there for her, even when it’s not easy for him, and helping her find her mojo. You get the feeling she’s never really had anyone push her or challenger her to be the person she wants to be.  Instead she’s just done the expected thing and floated through life.  With the discovery of being cheated on, not just by her fiancé but her best friend, things are turned upside down.  Luckily Wyatt is there to catch her and help her find her place.  He’s just hoping it will be by his side … Wyatt comfortable in his own skin and has a good idea of who he is.  It’s his family that has a bit of the drama going on.  Ever since his dad died things haven’t been easy for the brothers and it seems to be getting worse.  Having Sutton ask him to be her fake boyfriend, something that he wouldn’t mind making real, is a good diversion from the more difficult things at home. It’s those problems at home that you know will turn into some great future stories  :)  The closeness among Wyatt’s brothers (or at least most of the brothers) is heart-warming but also got me very curious about what things they are hiding from each other.  Trentham yet again creates an interesting group of people with a lot of potential. If you love small town charm, quirky characters, and touching love stories, Trentham's Cottonbloom series is a must read - she is definitely making a name for herself as a go-to author of southern contemporary romances.   While this is part of a bigger series, Leave the Night On is the start of a new subsection and can easily stand on its own so those that are new to this little divided town definitely have a great place to start.  And it means that you are all set to enjoy all the delicious goodness that the Abbott brothers are sure to bring!  (But don't blame me if you find yourself adding a whole lot of her backlist to your TBR pile  :) ) BTW, for those that worry about the apparent one-sidedness of their relationship, the epilogue does a good job of showing exactly how well Sutton gets Wyatt. *** I voluntarily read a Review Copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one else’s. ***
Holly 13 days ago
Leave The Night On is the 4th book in the Cottonbloom series! Sutton Mize thought she was taken her fiance's car to get restored but uncovers a huge secret that will change her life. Wyatt Abbott is 1/4 owner of a family-owned garage and having a long time crush on Sutton, has made him angry for what the fiance has done to her. With Sutton being a rich girl living on the Mississippi side of the river and Wyatt being a poor boy living on the Louisiana side, their paths never crossed much but Wyatt always had a thing for Sutton. It takes Sutton to suggest a idea that will lead to both Sutton and Wyatt finding real feelings for each other until a party changes everything. With a flood coming, Sutton and Wyatt are forced to face their real feelings for each other that will lead to an bittersweet ending for a couple that will defy the odds! As soon as I started this book, I know that it was gonna be a great read but I never once thought that this was part of a series that I'm gonna have to go back and read the other 3 books! You can just feel the emotions that Wyatt has for Sutton in this book and seeing how it all ends by the end of the book, was perfect for this couple! Like I said before, this book reads like a stand alone book that was shocking to see that other books are in this series and it's made me curious to see what else this series has to offer. Besides how can you not love a story that has a town that makes you wished that you lived there!! Thank You to Laura Trentham for writing a story that has made me want to go read more books by you!! I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from the Publisher! I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley!
Hershey07 14 days ago
This is my second trip to Cottonbloom, and like the first time, I just loved my time there. With this trip, I got to know Sutton and Wyatt. Sutton has a boutique that caters to wealthy clients, and she is engaged to someone who shares her privileged background. She is a judge’s daughter, and her future husband is an attorney. Sutton is waiting in a garage having her fiance’s Camaro restored when she finds a lace thong under the seat. She knows exactly who it belongs to, and her world tilts on its side. To make matters worse, all this happens in front of the man who used to torture her as a child….Wyatt Abbott. Wyatt has had a crush on Sutton since they were kids. So, of course, when he sees her meltdown, he’s angry. He can’t imagine someone doing that to her. I fell in love with Wyatt right then and there when he goes into protective mode with her. He makes sure she is taken care of. When he drops her off at home, he thinks he won’t see her again. Despite his feelings for her, he knows she is way out of his league. However, Sutton, puts herself front and center in his life when she tells her fiancé that she has been involved and still is with Wyatt. Instead of balking at the idea, Wyatt goes right along with it, making it even more convincing with hot, searing kisses. What happens when their real feelings start becoming more evident? Can these two from completely different walks of life really find lasting happiness together? Wyatt and Sutton are a great couple together. They complete one another. Sutton has always been concerned about what others think of her, so she is always trying to please others, and she has been afraid to fully live her life and achieve her dreams. Wyatt teaches her to have fun, have confidence in herself, and to reach for those dreams. Sutton calms some of the restlessness that Wyatt feels and gets him to open up about his past. Their chemistry is sizzling. The sex scenes were not graphic, but Trentham used Wyatt and Sutton’s feelings for one another to make them just as sexy. They will leave you with butterflies in your stomach. Leave the Light on was the right combination of sexy and sweet. It was also very well-written, and I loved the addition of the secondary characters, especially Wyatt’s aunts and brothers. They really added to the story. In addition to Wyatt and Sutton’s romance was the backstory of Wyatt’s family. There are still some unanswered questions about his family that I’m sure will be answered in future books. I’m anxious to get his brothers’ stories, especially Ford’s. Ford wasn’t my favorite character at all, but I am curious to know his secrets. So, I bid Cottonbloom farewell again, and I will be looking forward to coming back again, hopefully really soon! ***Read and Reviewed for Devilishly Delicious Book Reviews***
TobiForgetHousework 14 days ago
This is one of the best series I've read in a while. Sutton and Wyatt are the most recent opposite side of the tracks couples in Cottonbloom. Sutton thinks she's boring after her jerk of an ex blames her for his cheating. She truly is secretly spunky and a bit rebellious. Wyatt is charming, sweet and determined to show Sutton that she's truly fascinating. He's been infatuated with her since they were children. Their connection is obvious even when Sutton thinks Wyatt doesn't like her at all. The elders are always the backbone of the story. They're the glue that keeps Cottonbloom together. If you enjoy a small town romance that is sexy and a story of true love I highly recommend Leave the Night On.
StoreyBookReviews 15 days ago
When I picked this book up I didn’t realize it was part of a series. However, I don’t think the books have to be read in order, they just might give a little background on some of the characters in town. I like how this one town sits on the state line between Mississippi and Louisiana. It has that “other side of the tracks” type mentality but that doesn’t stop people when they are in love from finding each other. Such is the case of Sutton and Wyatt – they went to school together and Wyatt has always had a thing for Sutton. It is just good timing that she bring a car to him to be restored and he finds evidence of her fiance’s betrayal which only works to his benefit! But of course the path to true love can never be easy and both Sutton and Wyatt have different things to deal with from their past (or their reputation) but of course love is going to win. This was a fun read and it felt like a town that I wouldn’t mind visiting and perhaps living in..although I’m not sure I would want to be related to a majority of the town. We give this 4 paws up!
Romwrit 16 days ago
Fiance (or boyfriend) cheating with best friend may not be a unique story line, but the way this flirty and sexy, yet sweet and heart-warming romance is carried out is. Impressed and relieved Trentham avoided the cliche rich-parents-don’t-approve-of-the-lower-class-lover, I read this one-sitting read with a smile on my face and anticipation in my heart. Bring on the rest in the series! Sutton Mize is as unique as her name. She is the privileged daughter of a judge- the town’s only judge it seems- but she’s warm and caring. Her vulnerable side is on full display and she has a surprising, yet believable mix of confidence and questionable self-esteem. Totally human and lovable. The same can be said about Wyatt. Sweet, chivalrous, loyal, alpha-male Wyatt is what most women dream of. He may not be rich, but he works hard and makes an honest living. He wears his heart on his sleeve, but he’s strong and doesn’t play games. He faces challenges with decency and respect, and he stands up for himself and those he loves. These two made my heart sing and I absolutely, totally adored them both. Aunts Hazel and Hyacinth made their mark. They’re funny and memorable, and I’d love to read more about them. Mack and Jackson also have my attention, and I can’t wait to see what’s up with Willa. There has to be a story there. Andrew was the typical jackass of an arrogant ex, and I was thankful the story didn’t revolve around him getting revenge or trying to ruin her and her family. Another avoided cliche, just like the way the situation with Bree was handled – all testaments to Trentham’s excellent writing skills. A definite must-read!
gromine49 16 days ago
Loved this story! It is one of those stories that you want to read again and again. Enjoyable and heartwarming.
Bube987 17 days ago
Sweet, emotional, sexy small town romance :)
Robindpdx 18 days ago
This was a great, fun, well-written book. Sutton catches her fiance cheating and starts to re-evaluate her life. Wyatt has had a crush on Sutton since they were kids. Sutton comes up with an idea to get even with her fiance and asks Wyatt to pretend to be her lover. Could there be something real to it? This book can be read as a standalone story, though it is part of a series with related characters. The characters were sweet and engaging. I really enjoyed reading this book and look forward to reading more books in this series as well as others by this author.
MPruett 18 days ago
This is the first book that I have read by Author Laura Trentham but it definitely won't be the last. Ms. Trentham has a natural ability to develop her characters and storyline so that you feel like you are right there in the middle of it all and that you have a vested interest. I set down with this book and devoured it in an afternoon. The sign of a great writer in my opinion is if you are thinking about the story long after it has ended and I was thinking about Leave The Night On days after I finished the book. This book is about people pleasing Sutton Mize who grew up in high society as the daughter of the town Judge. She takes her fiancée Camero to the auto body shop of Wyatt a man she went to school with who is from the "wrong side of the tracks".She wants to have it redone as a wedding gift for him but Sutton & Wyatt start cleaning out the car they find evidence of an affair going on with her best friend. Wyatt who has secretly had a major crush on Sutton from childhood is furious that anyone could hurt her like this and he becomes her Comforter & Protector. He helps Sutton become stronger and have fun and helps her see that she needs to please herself sometimes. As time goes on Sutton and Wyatt grow closer and help each other see the things that were holding them back and learned what they needed to do to move forward. Wyatt and Sutton had great chemistry together and the story just flowed very nicely together. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves small town romances. I know for me I'm looking forward to diving into some of her other books immediately.
LynnB888 19 days ago
Chemistry explodes when Ms. Prim and Proper meets Sexy Bad Boy! Really enjoyed this story! It was exciting, sweet and oh so sensual! From the very beginning you're drawn in to see what will become of Sutton's situation, and as she and Wyatt spend more and more time together, you really fall for them as a couple. Native to Cottonbloom, Sutton Mize has a ritzy boutique on the uppity Mississippi side of the river where she caters to the upper class she's part of. When she ventures to the other side of the river to take her fiance's prized classic car in for some work, she makes a shocking discovery ... panties belonging to her own best friend in HER fiance's car! Wyatt Abbott sees the look of devastation on Sutton's face when he pulls the item out of the car and he sets out to do anything he can to help her. He might be from the lowly Louisiana side of the river, but he had a huge crush on her years ago, and the chemistry is alive and well as soon as he sets sights on her again. When Sutton decides to strike out with some revenge of her own, he agrees to pretend to date her all around town. Each time they are together, they find themselves fighting attraction and soon their dating is more real than either of them is ready to admit!
bouncyberthaCR 19 days ago
3.5 -"Come on and take a chance on me..." Stars! Book four in Laura Trentham’s Cottonbloom series sees the introduction of the Abbott Brothers, and their Garage & Restoration business. I am a huge fan of all things Trentham, from the Falcon Football days, and all the way through the Cottonbloom series, Leave The Night On although a decent read, fell a little short on my expectations. She was Southern femininity and grace. And he was a grease monkey… I think my main issue was the fact that Sutton and Wyatt’s relationship wasn’t as well balanced as previous couples in this series have been. I don’t mean because of their difference in social stature in the Cottombloom hierarchy so much, as the fact that what starts out as a ‘fauxmance’ and then develops into more, seemed to be all on Wyatt’s part, bearing in mind Sutton is the one who lied, and expects him to play along with the charade, the way she treated him at points thereafter really grated on my nerves. I think this was exacerbated more by the fact, that Wyatt is a classic Laura Trentham male, sweet, caring, and willing to do anything for his woman. Sutton abused that amicability several times, and pretty much every time I started to warm a little to her she went and did it again. I’ll be honest I thought it would be the ex-drama that would be a problem for me with this one, and it actually turned out to be the characterization. "I knew going into this I would never be more than her rebound." That-said I still pretty much read the book in one sitting, the brothers all get a little page time, so you know who's, who and what they are about as well. The little teases for Willa and Jackson were there to keep me invested in the series as a whole too, and I cannot wait to get my hands on their book; When the Stars Come Out which sadly isn’t due for release until January 2018.
SMGlass 19 days ago
Loved it! Another entry in the Cottonbloom series involving folks who live on opposite sides of the river and how they deal with the attitudes that gives them from years of Southern raising. Full of fun, challenging moments, emotional discoveries, fashion, and classic cars. This is an enjoyable read not to be missed!
BookReview4you 19 days ago
'Leave The Night On' by Laura Trentham is book Four in the "Cottonbloom" series. This is the story of Sutton Mize and Wyatt Abbott. I have not yet read the other books in this series, so for me this is a standalone book. Sutton is engaged and thinks to do something special for fiancee by getting it restored. Which has her going to Wyatt families garage. While trying to clean it out some she finds a thong which she knows is not hers. Sutton does know its her best friends thong. Sutton runs an upscale boutique and she knows who she sold that thong too. Wyatt is there to catch it all and offers her a ride home. But when she confronts he Fiancee Sutton tells him she has been having an affair too with Wyatt. Sutton said the words in a heated moment and trying to save face. But can she get Wyatt to go along with what she just said? Wyatt has been infatuated with Sutton for a long time but knowing hes on the wrong side of the road compared to her...so nothing come of his feelings. But when she offers him the chance to play her boyfriends...he steps right up to do so. This was a really sweet romance story! "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."
EileenAW 19 days ago
What a wild ride I had while reading Leave the Night On by Laura Trentham, book four in her Cottonbloom series. Sutton Mize owns a boutique selling dresses and lingerie to the wealthy women of her Mississippi town. Wyatt Abbott has crushed on Sutton since he was a youngster. He was with Sutton when she discovers her fiancé has been cheating on her with her best friend with lots of evidence found in the fiancé’s classic red Camaro. To save face, Sutton tells the two cheaters that she’s been seeing Wyatt while knowing they were cheating. As Wyatt and Sutton show the towns they are together as they fake date, feelings actually do begin as the chemistry between these two builds. Sutton needs to learn to not be so nice and worry about what others think as well as allowing herself to have some fun. Wyatt has his own demons to deal with, including dealings with his oldest brother. Sutton had so much difficulty knowing her mind that it made it difficult to sympathize with her at times. Those times made me feel badly for Wyatt. I really enjoyed reading this wonderful book and highly recommend this book to other readers. Although part of a series, this is a stand-alone story. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
Cynthia181 20 days ago
I won a copy of this book from the author. I was not required to give a favorable review. All thoughts are my own. This is a great story about how you can overcome bad things in your life. When Wyatt and his brother inherit the family garage and decide to expand the business into more restoration that just fixing cars, his older Ford was suppose to be helping by drumming up business. Their first customer is Sutton and she is going to restore her fiancee Andrews Camero. But while she and and Wyatt are cleaning it out she finds out about his deception. The find receipts for fancy restaurants and a pair of underwear under the passenger seat. The bad thing is Sutton knows who owns the undies. Her best friend, who was picking her up to take her to her shop. She decides to end it with both of them. And find a friend in Wyatt, not knowing that he has had a thing for for a long time. She comes from the Mississippi side of Cottonbloom, she had money, he comes from the blue collar side. Can they work things out. Read the book, it's is so worth the time.
PegGlover 20 days ago
Leave The Night On is an entertaining, small town, heartfelt romance. Wyatt Abbott has had a crush on Sutton Mize since childhood. But, since he was a grease monkey and she a judge’s daughter, he stayed on his side of the Mississippi River and left her alone. That was, until, Sutton pulled into Abbott Brothers Garage and Restoration. She wanted to restore her fiancee’s Camaro convertible. It was supposed to be a surprise for her fiancee, but the real surprise was on her. While cleaning out his car, they found evidence that her fiancee, Andrew, had been cheating on her. Out of anger, Sutton told her fiancee, that she didn’t want him anymore, and that she too, has been seeing someone else, Wyatt Abbott. To Wyatt’s delight, Sutton asked him to be her “pretend” boyfriend. Wyatt was more than happy to oblige. He just hoped that when the ruse was over, he would be able to find all the pieces to his broken heart. I thoroughly enjoyed this delightful, well-written, and captivating tale. The characters are likable, the dialogue, flowing and the situations realistic. Very enjoyable. Thank you, St. Martin’s Press and NetGalley, for my advanced review copy.
RachaelBrown 20 days ago
I like that Sutton was down-to-earth and didn't judge Wyatt, unlike most people that were raised on the wealthy side of Cottonbloom. When she suggested a fake relationship with him to get back at her cheating fiance, she had no idea that Wyatt had a crush on her from when they were kids. I loved everything about Wyatt! He is all-around great guy and I enjoyed seeing his fake relationship with Sutton turn into so much more. I hope that Wyatt's brothers, Mack and Jackson, get their own story. I look forward to reading more about the Abbott brothers to see if any of them can surpass Wyatt to become my favorite. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary Advance Reader Copy.
JuliaAD 20 days ago
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.
Honolulubelle 20 days ago
Favorite Quotes: The advantage of being related to half the parish means that I have plenty of people to call on if I need help. Of course, the disadvantage is my dating pool is drastically smaller. Unless I aspire to become a redneck joke. Hyacinth could spout scripture from one side of her mouth while tippling moonshine with the other. The gossip about her and Wyatt had legs like a Louisiana jackrabbit. He might not be invited to the governor’s mansion anytime soon, but Hyacinth and Hazel had taken it upon themselves to domesticate them after a fashion. He knew enough not to fart in public or eat with his fingers. He tensed while the woman’s gaze traveled the length of his body down to his black boots, not in a sexual way but rather like she was sizing him like a female praying mantis before she devoured her mate. My Review: Despite this being book number four in the series, Leave The Night On was my first trip to Cottonbloom, and I could kick myself for my lax in awareness. I adored this charming and cleverly amusing story from beginning to end. The main characters were endearing, nuanced, and absolutely adorable as a couple despite their inauspicious beginning. Written from a dual POV, the storyline was engaging, humorous, easy to follow, and well-plotted. The main protagonists were a blue-collar mechanic named Wyatt from the “swamp rat” side of town and a Junior Leaguer Judge’s daughter named Sutton, who happened to have been Wyatt’s childhood crush. The morning she pulled into his garage lead to a comical discovery that was life altering although initially devastating for Sutton. I savored the comfortable and easy flow to the writing style as well as the quirky characters and their colorful phrases. I want to go backward and read all the previous installments as well as every book this talented wordsmith has and will ever produce. Laura Trentham has a new fangirl.
EverAfterBookReviews 20 days ago
I absolutely LOVED this book! The story is brilliantly written and amazing! I love the dynamics of the Abbott family and I love that they are a blue collar family that works hard and sticks together… well mostly anyway. Wyatt is strong and loyal and nothing like the reputation that is gossiped about on both sides of the state line. He’s also a sweet romantic and a stand-up guy. Heart of gold all the way! I am completely enamored! I liked Sutton. She’s a woman fighting for her own happiness, trying not to get crushed under the pressures of her wealthy family, her jerk of an ex-fiancé and her “station” in society. Sutton’s character was easily relatable and I enjoyed watching her grow into a confident woman. Wyatt and Sutton had great chemistry. Their pretend relationship quickly blossomed into something special and hard to define, for both characters. I loved watching them maneuver through all the obstacles thrown their way. What I really loved was the struggle Wyatt, his twin brother Jackson and his older brother Mack had with the eldest Abbott brother Ford. Well, I didn’t love the struggle, per se, but I loved the passion and the raw emotions that go along with grieving for a beloved father and trying to carry on the family business after such a tremendous loss and all that that entails. The story was so powerful and so real. I felt what they felt and I grieved when they grieved. And P.S., I am totally in love with Mack! I will gladly volunteer to be his happily ever after! This is contemporary romance at its finest. Every time a Laura Trentham book comes out, I claim it as my favorite, and this one is no exception. LEAVE THE NIGHT ON is a heartfelt and passionate read full of everything you need to fill your heart and soothe your soul. ***I voluntarily read a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and feelings are my own***
Bette313 20 days ago
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!