Leave The Night On by Laura Trentham

Leave The Night On

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 fiance's classic cherry-red Camaro, she knows just who she sold it to: her own best friend. In an instant, Su...

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ISBN:1250130956
Number of Pages:350 pages

Leave The Night On Reviews

  • Claire Robinson

    3.5 -

    Stars!

    Book four in Laura Trentham’s

    series sees the introduction of the Abbott Brothers, and their Garage & Restoration business.

    I am a huge fan of all things Trentham, from the

    days, and all the way through the

    series,

    although a decent read, fell a little short on my expectations.

    I think my main issue was the fact that Sutt

    3.5 -

    Stars!

    Book four in Laura Trentham’s

    series sees the introduction of the Abbott Brothers, and their Garage & Restoration business.

    I am a huge fan of all things Trentham, from the

    days, and all the way through the

    series,

    although a decent read, fell a little short on my expectations.

    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

    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.

    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;

    which sadly isn’t due for release until January 2018.

    ARC generously provided via Netgalley, in exchange for the above honest review.

  • Nicola

    It's no secret that Cottonbloom is one of my happy places, so I'm happy to pack my bags and head off there at any given opportunity and this time around the series shifts focus from the Fournette siblings to the Abbott's: four brothers, with very different personalities, who joint own the town's garage and vehicle restoration business.

    I'll be honest, I was as nervous going into this after reading the blurb because I'm not a f

    It's no secret that Cottonbloom is one of my happy places, so I'm happy to pack my bags and head off there at any given opportunity and this time around the series shifts focus from the Fournette siblings to the Abbott's: four brothers, with very different personalities, who joint own the town's garage and vehicle restoration business.

    I'll be honest, I was as nervous going into this after reading the blurb because I'm not a fan of the fauxmance trope. But it quickly became apparent that my reservations were unfounded as whilst Wyatt and Sutton's romance may have an expiry date, the countdown to it is a heated and heartfelt one.

    What made this the story it was was the lack of drama and how the difference in social stature wasn't heavily played upon, as with Sutton being the daughter of Cottonbloom's judge, residing on the affluent side of the river and expected to marry someone of equal stature, and Wyatt coming from the less wealthy side and being less polished, that could have easily not been the case. And this is precisely why I love Laura Trentham's writing because she knows how to create a couple to fall in love with; regardless of their situation.

    Wyatt was perfect: thoughtful and protective but not overbearing he wears his heart on his sleeve and was attractive all round. Sutton was as frustrating as she was loveable and although early on I could understand her thinking, towards the end I started to want to shake her. Yet she brought many of the more surprising moments in terms of character and there's no question that Wyatt brings out the best in her.

    All in all not my favourite couple of the series so far but still a strong addition and one that can be easily read if you're unfamiliar with the previous books. I can't wait to see what Laura has in store for Wyatt's twin, Jackson in

    .

  • Jen

    Sutton Mize thought her life was all planned out. Get married to her longtime family friend turned fiancé, run her small town Mississippi clothing boutique and pop out some kids. Life was good.

    That plan gets a swift kick in the butt when her bff's undies are found under the seat of her fiancé's car. The only thing worse than suffering that revelation is having it happen in front of Wyatt Abbott.

    Wyatt had always been attracted to Sutton as a teenager but the two had never run in t

    Sutton Mize thought her life was all planned out. Get married to her longtime family friend turned fiancé, run her small town Mississippi clothing boutique and pop out some kids. Life was good.

    That plan gets a swift kick in the butt when her bff's undies are found under the seat of her fiancé's car. The only thing worse than suffering that revelation is having it happen in front of Wyatt Abbott.

    Wyatt had always been attracted to Sutton as a teenager but the two had never run in the same social circles. When Sutton hires his auto shop to fix up her fiancé's classic camaro, that spark is still there. Agreeing to spend a few weeks playing Sutton's new boyfriend while she saves face seems like the perfect way for them both to get what they want.

    I picked this book up at just the right time. I was looking for a well written, light contemporary romance with a strong story. Luckily, that's just what I got. Laura Trentham does an outstanding job of laying the foundation for this slow burning southern love story, both with vivid descriptions and colloquial references. It all worked for me.

    Sutton and Wyatt could've been the stereotypical prissy girl/rough around the edges guy kind of love story we've all seen a thousand times. To an extent, it was. The characters and the way they evolved for the better, both individually and together set this one apart from most.

    I enjoyed the more smokin' bits to Wyatt and Sutton's story and the slow burn feel upped the heat for me, but I wasn't always feeling the chemistry between the two.

    Laura Trentham is a new to me author I'm definitely putting on my future read list. More stories from Cottonbloom can only be a good thing.


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