Kiss Me That Way: A Cottonbloom Novel
A river divides Cottonbloom in two: the upscale enclave on the Mississippi side and the rundown, rough and tumble side in Louisiana. They’re worlds apart―but nothing can build a bridge like love… Cade Fournette never had it easy Cottonbloom. He stuck around long enough to raise his orphaned... show more
A river divides Cottonbloom in two: the upscale enclave on the Mississippi side and the rundown, rough and tumble side in Louisiana. They’re worlds apart―but nothing can build a bridge like love… Cade Fournette never had it easy Cottonbloom. He stuck around long enough to raise his orphaned siblings and then hightailed it out West―and never looked back. Even though he’s made a success of himself in Seattle, Cade never lost the toughness and the angry edge that helped him survive down South. His only weak spot: the girl he left behind… Monroe Kirby came from the wealthy side of town, but that didn’t protect her from her mother’s drinking―or her mother’s boyfriend. It was Cade who did that, on a long-ago hot September night, before he disappeared…along with a piece of her heart. Now Monroe is a physical therapist who can fight for herself, and it’s Cade who could use some conditioning when he makes an unexpected return back home. Will he and Monroe pick up where they left off and finally explore their mutual passion―or will the scars and secrets of the past divide them once more?
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Publish date: 2016-05-31
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
FGMAMTC Blog ReviewMonroe shared things in her life with Cade, which she has never told anyone else. He was consistently there for her growing up just as he was there for his family without fail. Spending time with her was always a welcome respite from his burdens. She was from the rich side of t...
Kiss Me That Way (Cottonbloom Novels #1) by Laura Trentham has a small town romance feel featuring a mature couple who have learned a lot in life and used it to their advantage, even though both were on opposite ends of the social spectrum. The heroine was from an upper middle class family, while th...
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