Hearts of Blue
By: L.H. Cosway
She upholds the law. He breaks it.
Two blue hearts, both alike in braveryIn not-so-fair London, where we lay our sceneFrom gun crime to petty theftWhere family is blood and survival makes hands uncleanIn this place, we find two hearts who should be foesAnd yet, amidst the turmoil their love still growsMisadventure abounds and the divide will bring them strifeBut with luck, death doesn’t always mean an end to life.
LH Cosway has a true gift. This romantic tale of cops and robbers takes you to places you’ve never gone nor do you ever want to leave. Once again thrust into her world of romance, intrigue, and a bit of the unusual, Cosway’s fans will be delighted while new readers will want to read more.
Reader’s of the series will recognize Karla and Lee from previous books. Karla is currently working as a police constable but she finds herself unable to deny the attraction she feels for probable thief and notorious badboy Lee Cross. Lee knows nothing can happen between himself and the police woman, but he is drawn to her again and again. When the choice is given to Lee; he is forced to choose between love or family.
First and foremost, Cosway writes relationship stories. All of the characters in her books may not be blood related, but they have strong friendships that are often tested and loyalty is always given. I think that’s probably the #1 reason I am so drawn to Cosway’s work (beyond the extremely well done naughty parts!), this idea of family is what you make, not what you are born with.
I adored this sweet and erotic romance of opposites attracting. The whole “will they, won’t they” totally worked and I cheered louder than anyone for that first kiss. Lee and Karla have to come to terms with who they are, what they want in life, and decide if they can actually work together. Creative, unique, and romantic, Hearts of Blue is your not-so-classic love story and is once again pure perfection from one of my favorite authors.
Keep ‘em coming L.H. Cosway,
I can’t read them fast enough.
# of Pages: 273
Date of Publication: November 19, 2015