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The Nature of Cruelty - L.H. Cosway
The Nature of Cruelty
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This is a standalone contemporary romance novel about love, hate, cruelty and forgiveness.Her name is Lana. She wasn’t dealt the easiest cards in life. She wasn’t dealt the hardest. She has an illness, but she doesn’t let it rule her. The first time she laid eyes on her best friend’s twin brother... show more
This is a standalone contemporary romance novel about love, hate, cruelty and forgiveness.Her name is Lana. She wasn’t dealt the easiest cards in life. She wasn’t dealt the hardest. She has an illness, but she doesn’t let it rule her. The first time she laid eyes on her best friend’s twin brother she fell in love at first sight. It didn’t last very long. He was a hateful boy who made her miserable. The happiest day of her life was when he moved away to London six years ago.His name is Robert. He breaks the ones who love him. He’s always liked to play games with Lana, see how far he could push her. He once thrived on her pain, but no more. Now she’s coming to London to live with his sister for the summer and this time he plans on being her friend instead of her tormentor. But Lana is scarred by his past bullying. She doesn’t trust him, nor does she have any reason to.When the two find themselves living under the same roof, they call a truce. This summer will change both of their lives, as they put their history aside and learn one another from scratch.When fear takes over, we use cruelty as a mask. Robert and Lana’s story will see their masks slip away as the love they felt on the inside shows its true face.**Not suitable for younger readers. Contains strong language and scenes of a sexual nature.****This is a full-length standalone novel.**
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B00DMAPFEQ
Pages no: 367
Edition language: English
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isamlq
isamlq rated it
2.5 The Nature of Cruelty by L.H. Cosway
he Nature of Cruelty is NA’s take on a boy’s pulling a girl’s pigtails because he likes her- except with more drama. Despite that last thing, this was not a bad read; mainly given female lead aware of who she is, what she wants, and more importantly, what she doesn’t want. Contrast all the moments w...
Rebecca tells it like it is
Rebecca tells it like it is rated it
3.5 Good hate to love story
This book reminded me of a historical romance. It just had one of those plot lines that could be used as one (actually, I think I have read that HR.) Anyway, the good thing about HR is that I find myself being really forgiving when it comes to them because I'm not reading them to be moved or expecti...
bafahl
bafahl rated it
4.0 The Nature of Cruelty
Lovely.
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