Author: Laura Trentham
It’s summertime in Cottonbloom, where two lovers find themselves at a crossroads just as things start to heat up. . .
Regan Lovell grew up on the wealthy Mississippi side of Cottonbloom—and now, as mayor, she’s determined to save it from the fate of so many small towns. Part of her plan to help the local economy is the Labor Day tomato festival. If only she wasn’t being undermined by Sawyer Fournette, who’s planning a crayfish-themed celebration on the Louisiana side of the river on the very same weekend. The pranks and sabotage are getting out of hand, and she’s had it with him—no matter how much she enjoyed those stolen hours in his truck bed, so many years ago…
Sawyer knows that Regan's never forgiven him for breaking her heart—but despite his reputation as a low-class swamp rat, he’d never hurt the woman who still secretly drives him crazy with desire. Someone in Cottonbloom has it out for her, though, and Sawyer intends to watch her back…and the rest of her too, if she can ever let go of her distrust. But will a common enemy be enough to unite them—and finally fulfill the promises they made one passionate night under the stars?
I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.
5 out of 5 stars
Till I Kissed You, the third book in Laura Trentham's Cottonbloom series is my favorite of the three books in this series so far! Given all the build up in the previous two book in regards to Regan and Sawyer's history and feelings towards each out, this was the book I was most excited for when I got to and the author absolutely met all of my expectations for this book. It is no secret that I love enemies to lovers romances, but this book was even better because it was lovers to enemies back to lovers. But as much as I loved the romance in this book, I loved all the stuff going on around the romance the most. All the chaos caused by Regan and Sawyer trying to throw competing festivals and the fact that someone was trying to sabotage them both. It was all very exciting and I loved getting to see the way Regan and Sawyer worked together to figure out who was behind everything. And then on top of all that other goodness, the author ended this book with one of the most adorable and heartwarming epilogues ever. It was the perfect ending to the Fournette siblings's stories and it solidified this series as one of my all-time favorite contemporary romance series!