Review: Quiet Types by L.H. Cosway (Quiet Love #1)

Note: An advance reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Grey's Promotions.

I was his, irrevocably. And he was mine.

L.H. Cosway is one of those authors whose stories have always resonated with me. No, I haven't had the pleasure of reading every single thing she's penned, but each one that I've been able to peruse has been endearing. Her newest novel, Quiet Types, is the first in a new series called Quiet Love. It's a lovely story about two people who take the same bus to and from the same stops at the beginning and end of their work days. Thirty-one-year-old house cleaner Maggie Lydon has been aware of the stranger on the bus for quite some time. He fascinates her, but what she doesn't realize is that thirty-three-year-old security guard Shay Riordan has been held captive by her from the moment he first caught sight of Maggie on the bus. He would love nothing more than to start up a conversation with her, but that's easier said than done when you can't speak. But sometimes, love is a language that can be expressed quietly and true love can be found while sitting on a bus.

Maggie and Shay's love story is simply, in a word, extraordinary. That doesn't mean, however, that they didn't have their share of challenges. Communication, whether it be through actions or words, written or spoken, is one of the most basic things required in any relationship, but it can be a complicated thing, especially when misconstrued. But Maggie and Shay found ways to assimilate and have a better understanding of what life was like in both their worlds. With Quiet Types, L.H. Cosway reminds us that even the quietest kind of love can speak volumes when one listens with their heart. Five-plus stars.

Release Date: 23 April 2024

Date Read: 21 April 2024

Learn more about L.H. Cosway.

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