Painted Faces by L.H. Cosway
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
PAINTED FACES, an unconventional love story? Maybe. That he sees beyond her insecurities where she sees her beyond his physical make their pairing a special one.
But beyond them being the odd balls that they are, some of it could get pretty typical: sad trauma carried over from his past, dictating who he’s become converging with insecurities she’s failed to let go covered by witty banter on her part. I’d encountered both before. Yet despite that, their combination makes for an interesting as leads like him are rare, unique even (I can’t quit say the same thing for her.)
There’s the added bonus of them being funny, mainly her then her with him; it’s that that makes PAINTED more than their respective baggage.
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