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Cross to Bare (Men of London Book 5) by [Mac Nicol, Susan]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3514 KB
  • Print Length: 184 pages
  • Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group (10 Nov. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B017EDPCT4
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews
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Introducing Mr & Ms L, A.K.A Lenny and Laverne, one person two identities. Lenny is super hot and stylish, he dresses to impress. He's a man with a big heart but frighten to love because of Laverne. Laverne is feisty and has great humor, the woman knows her fashion.

I never really understood why people choose to cross dress but that's okay it's not for me to understand, just respect that it's their decision to do so. It's their life after all. I suppose after reading this book, I have a better grasp of what it entails and obviously in Laverne case, she has her reasons for doing what she does. Laverne is part of Lenny, it's another side to love and if you love Lenny then Laverne is equally lovable.

Laverne will always have the haters but she handles them so well, you can't help but be impressed. It's a shame that people feel the need to voice their hateful opinions. My mother always taught me that if you have nothing nice to say don't say anything at all. Wise words that a few people should learn.

Time to introduce, Brook. Oh may the lord have mercy on my filthy thoughts right now. Yeah he's hot- a-licious, if that's not a word well tough it is now. Brook was dating Lenny and he can't seem to get the guy out of his mind BUT he doesn't know about Laverne. Ahhh!! yes Lenny has been keeping Laverne a secret. Well actually only from Brook.
Brook doesn't know why Lenny is choosing to ignore his calls, he thought they were good together.

Relationships are never easy no matter what the gender. It's hard to reveal all about yourself, that part I completely understood but Laverne is about to get the shock of her life just when she was going to reveal all to Brook, she doesn't get the chance.

I loved this story, it was filled with humor.
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A good addition to the series. Unlike the previous books, this one was very low on angst, which was no bad thing. It's about two people who have both faced bigotry, for different reasons, coming together. Lenny/Laverne was in the previous book as Leslie's boss, I liked his character then and was keen to read his story. His love interest, Brook, is an interesting character who initially struggles with Lenny being a transvestite. I was pleased that this side of Lenny's character wasn't immediately accepted by Brook. He had doubts about whether or not he could accept Lenny's female persona, and the author handled his coming to terms with this very smoothly. The book was certainly big on pizzazz, and I definitely enjoyed it. Even though it isn't my favourite in the series, it's a strong, if different addition, and I liked that the characters stayed true to themselves.

So a sweet contemporary romance, with hardly any angst, full of hot sex scenes. It was obviously very well researched by the author, I felt that she dealt with the subject of transvestitism very thoroughly and with a great deal of sensitivity and pragmatism.

I enjoyed catching up with some of the couples from the earlier books, and the hints as to who might star in the next book. Certainly a recommended read. I look forward to the next in the series.
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Lenny was thrown out of the family home at a very young age for being gay, but has successfully built a business as a fashion designer for the theatre. He has also created Laverne a beautiful woman with an amazing eye for fashion. Though Lenny keeps his heart under lock and key, meets Brook he is knocked for six, but when Brook makes an innocent comment Lenny takes it the wrong way and refuses to see or take calls from Brook. I thought this was quite a moving story, one that you really should read
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Lenny let Brook go, after he said something that Lenny thought might mean Brook would not accept Laverne, Lenny's female form. But both Lenny and Brook have feelings for each other that cannot be denied. Question is, will Brook take it that Lenny AND Laverne come as a package deal??

Book 5 in the Men of London series. It helps to have read the other four, not necessary, just helps.

*insert big sigh*

For me, the weakest of the five and I have no idea why. I'm just left with that 'it was good, but not brilliant' feeling.

Maybe it was Lenny, maybe it was Laverne, maybe it was Brook or any combination of the three, or maybe it was just their story. I frustrates me when I can't say, especially after reading previous books in the series that hit 5 stars, why I can't say a book doesn't work for me, it really does. This review has been edited (on paper) so many times since the middle of November last year, and I'm only now happy that I'm NOT slating the book.

It is well written, with no editing or spelling errors that I saw. Its written from both Lenny and Brook's point of view. It has a steam and passion level that is right for this book.

3 stars

**sorry!**

**same worded review will appear on Goodreads, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble and Kobo**
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I have been eagerly awaiting this book and I wasn't disappointed. I had the feeling that Lenny's story would be an interesting one and I was right.

I have to say that the frequent appearance of the madcap Leslie never hurts any story in this series as he is just irrepressible.

There was nothing wrong with this book at all, and yet it can't quite manage a 5 from me. Maybe 4.5, but I am looking forward to the next in the series.
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