Cruelest Stranger by Winter Renshaw ~ Live & Review

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The Cruelest Stranger by Winter Renshaw
ASIN: B0842S4M6B
ISBN: 979-8600677616
on January 22nd, 2020
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
Pages: 300
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four-stars

The first time I saw him was at a bar called Ophelia’s on a misty Thursday night. I was there to drown my sorrows after a trying day, he was there to escape the storm. After a brief yet incredibly cruel exchange, the handsome stranger bolted before I had a chance to tell him off. Incensed and two cocktails deep, I followed him out the door, determined to give the audacious Adonis a piece of my mind—and the umbrella he left behind.
Tearing after him in heels and barely able to keep up in the freezing rain, I ended my chase when I realized where he was going.
They say never to judge someone unless you know their story.
I never could have anticipated his...
And I never could have anticipated the way our paths would cross again—or that I would one day find myself falling for a man with a hollow cavity where his heart should be, a man as callous as he was beautiful, as complicated as he was mesmeric.
They say never to judge someone unless you know their story.
This one’s ours.

“The man remains a mystery … an infuriating, enigmatic mystery man with a story begging to be unraveled” …“Caring is a weakness, a gateway to destruction. And I’m as indestructible as they come”

 

Review:

This is such a great book from Winter. Just like the rest of her books, it hooked me from the beginning. She does so good at drawing her readers in, and having them be consumed by the story.

This story was an enemies to lovers one with plenty of drama, angst, and so much chemistry. Bennett and Astaire were so great together. Every since their “meet cute” moment I was hooked on these two.

“Authenticity is everything. Believe people when they show you who they are and not when they tell you who they are”

The slow burn aspect, the dual POV, and especially the angst added so much that I read this all in one sitting. I love Winter’s books and this is a prime example of why. I discovered her a while ago, and when I did I binged on all of her books within the next month. She’s so good, and I recommend you checking her out.

 

 

 

 

“I may be a cruel bastard, but I’m no monster. And there’s a difference.”

four-stars

About Winter Renshaw

Wall Street Journal and #1 Amazon bestselling author Winter Renshaw is a bona fide daydream believer. She lives somewhere in the middle of the USA and can rarely be seen without her trusty Mead notebook and ultraportable laptop. When she’s not writing, she’s living the American dream with her husband, three kids, and the laziest puggle this side of the Mississippi.

Winter is represented by Jill Marsal at Marsal Lyon Literary Agency.

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