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Review: Rewrite the Stars by Charleigh Rose

Title: Rewrite the Stars
Author: Charleigh Rose
Genre: NA Romance
Release Date: October 25, 2018
Cover Designer: Letitia Hasser @RBA Designs
Cover Model: Lucas Facchini

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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.
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Holy Shit, Rewrite the Stars is getting 6 epic stars from me because nothing makes a book better than chemistry, a good slow burn, and running away with a carnival!!!

Evangeline Thorne comes from a we’ll to do family and is in a tight leash from her parents. But you know what they say, the quiet ones are the ones looking for something more. After meeting Sebastian one random night they just click instantly. Her innocence and sass draws Seb to her and the wild carnival life calls to Evan.

Both of these characters were amazing on their own and together. Evan puts on a front to hide her vulnerability, she’s witty and doesn’t take any shit. Sebastian however sees right through her, even when they first meet he knows she is deeper than what she puts on the surface. Sebastian is very broody but god is he sexy. He is very protective of Evan even though he doesn’t want to be, and he’s got a smart mouth which is always nice 😉

Together they had so much chemistry, it sizzled off of the pages. They fit together so well as characters and it’s killing me that the book is over. I won’t go into the plot because it’s something you need to read for yourself. But the theme of running away with the carnival and the secrets that lie within it, is one of the best plot lines I’ve read in a really long time

The ending was very surprising and thought the Epilogue was a little fast I won’t complain. I would do anything for more of Evan and Sebastian. But Overall the characters were hot, the plot line was unique and the story flowed so well. I’m in love with this book and it will go down as a top read for me for 2018

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My Rating: 6/5 Stars

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