Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Book Review: Rewrite the Stars by Charleigh Rose

Rewrite the Stars
by Charleigh Rose
Release Date: October 25, 2018
Source: Author
Evangeline Thorne is privileged. 
Beautiful and popular, if not a little jaded. 
A chance encounter with a green-eyed stuntman sets off a chain of events that turns her perfect, little world upside down.
Short on options and desperate for adventure, she joins the traveling carnival for the summer.
Thrust into a world full of drama, deception, and secrecy, Evangeline tries to find herself and protect her heart in the process. 

Sebastian McAllister is cursed.
He knows better than to think otherwise. 
He’s content to live out the rest of his life traveling the country as one of the four Sons of Eastlake, seeking thrills the only way he knows how. 
The one thing he doesn’t see coming is the spoiled blond with stars in her eyes. 
The only problem is, the more time he spends with her, the more hope starts to stir in his dormant heart.
Too bad hope is a dangerous thing when you’re a McAllister.

Words can't even begin to describe how much I've been anticipating this book. I love every book Charleigh Rose writes and I couldn't wait to read one that took place at a carnival! 

The night Evan Thorne met Sebastian MacAllister completely changed the course of her life. From being the good girl who always listened to her parents, Evan has become a hard shell of who she once was. When things get too hard to handle at home, Evan decides to turn to the only person she wants to be around anymore: Sebastian. Sebastian, though, is cursed and will push away anyone who comes too close to him. Living on the road as one of the Sons of Eastlake, Sebastian will do anything to keep his promise to his family, which becomes much harder with Evan crawling under his skin and into his heart. 

From the very first chapter, I was LIVING for the angst in this book. I loved how mysterious Sebastian and his life was and how alluring it was to Evan. With each fast-foward in the beginning, I loved the forbidden nature of their feelings and the anticipation of Sebastian and Evan finally giving into their intense bond with one another. 

The whole atmosphere of this novel was definitely one of my favorite parts of reading Evan's story. When Evan runs off with the carnival, I loved the close space she shared with Sebastian and his family, which made it harder for them to ignore their insane chemistry. I loved the danger that was a part of Sebastian's everyday life and how much Evan found herself living out of her comfort zone. I could not put this book down and devoured Evan and Sebastian's intense romance. 

Rewrite the Stars is one of my new favorite romances from Charleigh Rose and had everything I love, from angst to a brooding hero who tried everything to push the heroine away. I was obsessed with this romance and a
m so sad it went by so fast! For a unique and addicting read, you have to pick up Rewrite the Stars!

1 comment:

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