Happy-Go-Lucky by L.H. Cosway

Happy-Go-Lucky

Every workplace has that one person you don’t want to mess with. At James & Peterson Investigations, that would be Cameron Grant: sullen, grouchy, intimidating, oh yeah, and sexy as hell. He can make your soul wither with a single disapproving glare. And he never, ever socialises with his co-workers.This is why Maisie Wilkins, happy-go-lucky ray of sunshine, can’t fathom why Cameron finally decided to show up at their annual office Christmas ...


Details Happy-Go-Lucky

TitleHappy-Go-Lucky
ISBN9781686273148
Author
Release DateAug 14th, 2019
PublisherL.H. Cosway
LanguageEnglish
GenreRomance, Contemporary, Contemporary Romance, Mystery
Rating

Reviews Happy-Go-Lucky

  • Alex ✰ Comets and Comments ✰
    1970-01-01
    cute and floofy RTC
  • Patty ~ Wrapped Up In Reading Book Blog
    1970-01-01
    *****FIVE STARS*****{ARC Generously Provided by Author}Emotions I’d never felt before swelled inside me: longing, desire, respect, love. Yes, I couldn’t lie to myself any longer. I was falling for this man, drowning in the sea of him and there was no swimming back to the surface. ”HAPPY GO LUCKY” is a light-hearted office romance between a quirky super sweet woman and her gorgeous but grumpy and standoffish co-worker. This was a fun read ...
  • Carvanz
    1970-01-01
    This was such a fun, sweet, smexy read that I could not put it down!Maisie is that perky person in the office that always brings doughnuts, is always smiling, and never seems to have a problem in the world. But inside, she’s insecure and in need of acceptance from those around her. When she sees her grumpy co-worker, Cameron, at the annual Christmas party alone and well, looking grumpy, she sucks up the courage to try to make him feel a part of...
  • MELISSA *Mel Reader*
    1970-01-01
    4.5 Stars!(ARC provided by author)-With Cameron, it was like there were more feelings inside of me than my body was capable of holding. What I felt for him was transcendent, too big and intangible to even put into words. Maisie Wilkins works as the primary researcher at a private investigation firm in the seaside town in England called Torquay. She’s friendly, kind, and constantly cheerful. Her childhood nickname was Happy-go-Lucky, and she was...
  • Dali
    1970-01-01
    L.H. Cosway strikes again! With Happy-Go-Lucky she provides a funny, smexy and swoony contemporary romance in which to escape in. When the most cranky, brooding and sexy man Maisie Wilkins has ever known shows up at their office Christmas party, her always optimistic disposition compels her to sit with the intimidating and stoic Cameron and after one too many drinks they go back to his place. Can Maisie manage then tension of seeing the man she ...
  • Julia
    1970-01-01
    DNF @80%I cannot continue with this book. Its very repetitive and boring. One of my biggest pet peeves in books is when the author intentionally drags out the suspense of the H and h finally getting together. So you have one quick sex scene at the beginning and then just a bunch of 'heated looks from the hero that made the heroine gasp for breathe' in every chapter. And this goes on for like... 10 chapters. Also, I couldn't connect with the heroi...
  • Yodamom
    1970-01-01
    This sweet romantic comedy with a twist of a mystery too was one of those books I could not put down. LH Cosway alway writes fantastic characters who clash and enhance each other. The battle for a relationship between these two was unexpected and so fun to watch develop. Grant was gruff, elusive, combative, a loner, and her superior. Maisy was the "happy go lucky girl" always chipper, giving, open and forgiving. But we all know those first looks ...
  • Sabrina
    1970-01-01
    NOW LIVE!Amazon US * Amazon UKHappy-Go-Lucky was an interesting book to read. It had some sweet moments between a woman with a sparkly personality and her complete opposite, a man who most would describe as a grouch, and it had an intriguing mystery that led to so many secrets coming out which kept me captivated. It also had some office drama, but honestly I could have done without that. There were parts to this book that I really enjoyed and lik...
  • Anna
    1970-01-01
    Thanks to author for providing this ARC!!!Very cute story, perfect if you looking forward for low angst, safe, great story with humor and some twists and a bit of suspense.Although I've read about 50% through author's email, it's not comfortable to read that way. Yes, I prefer reading my books in one sit.Hero I loved: swoon, perfect, tender, caring, a bit possessive, sexy, sometimes broody!!! I love the way he was "eye opener" for heroine, althou...
  • Antonella
    1970-01-01
    Here is the playlist for the book; https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...Feelgood read!!This book is very comforting, sweet and light romance read. We follow the story of two co-workers Cameron and Maisie. Two very opposite people, what with grumpy Cameron and very much all time happy Maisie, make this enjoyable and fast read. Most of the plotline happens at their workplace during one winter, where their relationships grow from drunken one nigh...
  • phoebess
    1970-01-01
    Even if I read the first part of story in newsletter, it still felt I was reading Happy-Go-Lucky for the first time. And I might have loved it even more for that reason alone.Maisie and Cameron stole my heart. I wasn't sure who I loved more because they were so different but fitted together flawlessly—probably because they were both softies at their cores.Reading this book made me aching for more. More stories about characters in this book, eve...
  • Jenny - TotallybookedBlog
    1970-01-01
    4.5 'Lovely' Stars!“I take it back.”“Take what back?”“What I said about your smile.” He reached out and caressed my cheek. “It’s not off-putting at all, it’s captivating.”Oh, swoon!! It’s no wonder we ADORED Happy-Go-Lucky! Talk about a fun, sexy, totally swoon-worthy, endearing read! We adored Maisie, her friends, her family and of course Cameron Grant! We really ‘get’ this author’s humour and the cute Maisie Wilkins ...
  • Kahea
    1970-01-01
    ***5 Stars*** I didn’t read any of the chapters that went out in the author’s newsletter, so I went in absolutely blind and I have to say, I absolutely loved this story. It was sweet, funny, awkward, frustrating, adorkable, smexy, swoonworthy and with just the right amount of drama to keep things interesting, it was simply a fun read overall.Maisie, Maisie, Maisie. This woman. It’s really hard not to like Maisie, even when you’re scratchi...
  • Jewlsbookblog
    1970-01-01
    Maisie’s bubbliness was part of her charm, but her intelligence was what I liked most. And while, Cameron was a grump, he was extremely observant and honest to a fault. However, even he couldn’t withstand Maisie’s sunshiny disposition:)The romance was subtle and slow, but very good! I liked the interactions-whether it was work or play-because I never knew if funny, steamy, or in the moment was coming up next- I just knew I’d be grinning l...
  • Jacqueline
    1970-01-01
    Lovely, sweet story. Loved the office politics in this too.
  • Lady Heather
    1970-01-01
    Publication Date: August 16, 2019"5 -Taking chances could lead to spectacular consequences, Stars!"This was a fun, captivating, smart, engaging story!I started off reading this story in L.H. Cosway's monthly newsletter and fell instantly in love with Cameron and Maisie's characters.Reading the whole polished and edited novel was a delight.This is an office romance that started out as a one night stand at the office Christmas party.With a little t...
  • Manoela
    1970-01-01
    4 Stars Here is the story of Cameron, which I've been waiting for since I read his sister Ellen's book in Fauxmance and let me say that this book was great and left me with a smile from start to finish.In this book we can see Cameron and Maisie's novel, which on the surface seems to be opposites in every way, but when we know them we see that they are just two people who have more in common than they imagine, they just deal with it differently.Wh...
  • Bookgasms Book Blog
    1970-01-01
    This book had me by the heart almost immediately! The office grump meets the office ray of sunshine? Yes. Sign me up. All day long.Maisie was adorably quirky, upbeat, and…well…happy-go-lucky. I loved her sunny-nature and plucky spirit. I loved even more, how helpless Cameron was against her charms. I loved how he was drawn to her, even if it was initially against his will. I loved how she softened him, opened him up, and won his heart. I love...
  • Gitte TotallyBookedBlog
    1970-01-01
    4.5 Swoony Stars“I take it back.”“Take what back?”“What I said about your smile.” He reached out and caressed my cheek. “It’s not off-putting at all, it’s captivating.”Oh, swoon!! It’s no wonder we ADORED Happy-Go-Lucky! Talk about a fun, sexy, totally swoon-worthy, endearing read! We adored Maisie, her friends, her family and of course Cameron Grant! We really ‘get’ this author’s humour and the cute Maisie Wilkins had...
  • FMABookReviews
    1970-01-01
    ☆★☆4.5 stars☆★☆ ❝when Cameron Grant smouldered at you, it sent all your womanly parts into a frenzy.❞ When a drunken one-night stand after an office Christmas party threatens to turn into a smoldering office romance, Maisie and Cameron realize they have to find a way to deal with their feelings for one another while maintaining a working relationship. When Maisie is offered a promotion, the two make a pact to forgo romance in fa...
  • Leslie
    1970-01-01
    Cosway’s Happy-Go-Lucky is a quirky, chick lit story about two colleagues at an investigative firm who succumb to their love connection while solving a mystery crime. If you like your heroines sweet and your heroes stoic then Maisie and Cameron’s story is for you.Maisie, or Happy Go Lucky as her parents call her, is a researcher at an investigative firm who ends up sleeping with the hunk investigator of the office, Cameron. Though their one n...
  • Nicole Emerald Book Reviews McCurdy
    1970-01-01
    5* review Emerald Book ReviewsIt really isn't too difficult to fall in love with author LH Cosway's writing; to become fully immersed within her worlds, to know and love her characters as if they were flesh and blood.  She has this uncanny ability to infuse her words with magic, so every sentence created, shoves your emotions from a devastatingly high precipice, so they free-fall to the depths of sadness, only to be elevated within another beaut...
  • Nightbird Novels
    1970-01-01
    Maisie Wilkins can't help it that she is a happy and overly optimistic individual... nor does she want to. Until she does the unthinkable and approaches the office grouch at their annual holiday party... and all of a sudden, Maisie is rethinking her need to make other people happy... and about a whole lot about other needs she may have as well... Cameron Grant is a man who cares little about what other people think. But after his encounter...
  • Sara Ann
    1970-01-01
    4.5 starsHappy Go Lucky by L.H. Cosway was just as amazing as her other books. Cosway has this writing style that not only pulls the reader into the story, but makes you feel as if you are the main character living this extraordinary life.PROS:1) Maisie was such a likeable character. Sure, there were times when she was insecure, but who isn’t? I could 100% identify with Maisie, because I know what it’s like to have a job where you want everyo...
  • Caroline F
    1970-01-01
    I read the first parts of this story in the author's newsletter serialisation and couldn't wait to read the rest of Maisie and Cameron's tale."Yep, Cameron Grant was quite the looker. It was a pity his attitude made me break out in hives."Maisie Wilkins is such a sunny-natured sweetheart - even though she's something of a doormat. Cameron Grant is the exact opposite and couldn't give a monkey's what people thought of him. He's content being the g...
  • Jaime
    1970-01-01
    Most of this book was originally created for L.H. Cosway's newsletter and I was just as excited to read it in an actual book format as I was waiting for it every time her newsletter came out. What made this so different from the first experience was all of the added content. This is NOT just a re-read of what was sent out, so whether you received the newsletter or not is totally irrelevant. She really flushes out the characters and completes thei...
  • Nanette
    1970-01-01
    I liked the characters quite a bit but I didn’t really care for the way she laid out the story. It was pretty flat and a bit humdrum. The relationship between the H&H was lovely though. I guess I expect more from Cosway’s books since they’re been several I’ve really enjoyed
  • Fiona Landeman
    1970-01-01
    I’d first met (and quite quickly fell in love) with Maisie and Cameron last December when L H Cosway released part one of this book in weekly instalments to her newsletter subscribers via email. I might’ve mentioned in a previous review of one of her books that she has a way of enabling you to get to know characters very quickly leaving you totally hooked and dedicated after just one chapter. I don’t know how she does it? She’s clever!I c...
  • Shanda
    1970-01-01
    4.5 starsIf you have read Fauxmance then you will recognize Cameron as Ellen’s grumpy brother. He is so closed off you can’t imagine that he would ever find love. That is until he gets his hands on Maisie. Cameron is an investigator at a PI firm and Maisie is a researcher. He has been forced by his boss to attend the annual Christmas party and make nice with his co-workers. Maisie is the co-worker that wants everyone to love her and tries way...