by Charleigh Rose
I was freshly fired from my job and betrayed by my boyfriend.
It was a new low for me.
A one-night stand with an arrogant stranger was just what I needed.
I didn’t know that he was a famous snowboarder, or that he’d give me the best sex of my life.
I wasn’t ever supposed to see him again.
Fate had other plans.
I was young and rich with the whole world at my fingertips.
I was in my prime.
A one-night stand with a hot little tourist on the rebound was the perfect way to spend my weekend.
I didn’t know she’d leave in the middle of the night, or that I’d wake up wanting more.
I never thought I’d see her again.
Now she’s back.
She’s been keeping a secret.
One that will change everything.
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Why has it taken me this long to finally read something written by Charleigh Rose?! Someone slap me, because I have been doing a disservice to myself.
Yard Sale contains an extended epilogue, as well as the enthralling excerpt to Charleigh Rose’s upcoming release, Rewrite the Stars. While the extended epilogue features characters from Bad Habit and Bad Intentions, you don’t need to have read those stories to follow along the extended epilogue. I haven’t read either story, yet the brief amount of information we’re given is enough to follow along and appreciate where the characters are at in life!
And the excerpt for Rewrite the Stars is so intriguing. Who would’ve thought a romance set amongst the carnival could be capturing? I’m keen to read Evan and Sebastian’s interesting romance.
”Love doesn’t wait until you have your shit together. It just happens.”
Of course, there is also Camden and Mollie’s sweet and passionate encounter. From scorching and tantalizing scenes, to tender moments, it is easy to fall in love with this couple.
Needing a distraction after losing her job and her boyfriend, Mollie wants a rebound. And who is more perfect than Camden, a charming and tattoo covered professional snowboarder?
I normally don’t find novellas enjoyable because more often than not the pacing is off and everything is rushed. But Charleigh Rose did wonderfully keeping an even pace and unfurling details bit by bit, keeping the transition from lust to love believable.