Monday, 13 February 2017
REVIEW : Cross My Heart by Catt Ford
Do you believe in love at first sight?
Roland Reynolds—or Lana Renault, as she’s now known—knows that life is no fairy tale. Fortunately she has her trusted friends, nicknamed the dwarfs, to keep her company. She lives her life to the fullest while keeping what’s beneath her skirt to herself.
American painter Daniel Hunter is no stranger to adversity either, and it’s left him with not only strength but secrets. Unlike Lana, he remains aloof, content to observe life and beauty from the sidelines… until the first time their eyes meet on a crowded Paris street.
Cupid’s arrow finds its mark in Daniel, but while Lana longs for romance, she knows there’s no prince in her happy ever after. If their story is to have a fairy-tale ending, Daniel will have to convince Lana to let down her walls—and, in the process, reveal what he fears sharing the most.
Cross My Heart by Catt Ford
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
A little struggled with the writing style and too much telling.
The idea of cross-dressing guy preferred to be called as 'her' is interesting.
It was started well and kinda sweet. I liked how determined Daniel was.
And Dom and all the dwarfs were also sweet, but a little creepy.
But I think I can understand why, according to Lana's past.
More thoughts to follow later.
* I received the ARC in exchange of a fair and unbiased review.*
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