Title: Rewrite the Stars
Author: Charleigh Rose
Genre: NA Romance
Cover Designer: Letitia Hasser @RBA Designs
Cover Model: Lucas Facchini
Release Date: October 25, 2018
Review Source: Enticing Journey Book Promotions
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.
The first thing I must say about Charleigh Rose is that she knows how to keep a story going, even one involving deep dark secrets. From the very beginning of Rewrite the Stars, we learn of a lifelong McAllister family curse. One that makes the men stay away from relationships, afraid of the women falling in love and then losing the loves of their lives. It is the main reason for the story, so I kept reading, never being given the exact nature of said curse, until a few chapters from the end. Why? Because it’s mysterious. It’s riveting. It’s captivating. It’s talent. Charleigh Rose holds so much talent in those pretty little fingers. I got so caught up in the story, that I forgot it was a book. Each page being turned was like a movie unfolding. I was able to visualize each character, the trailer, the rides and even their death globe. There was about 3.2 seconds where my heart was ripped out of my chest, although she redeemed herself shortly thereafter.
Rewrite the Stars is honestly a breath of fresh air. It’s different and I loved each second of it. I was sad that it came to an end, but I am ecstatic that this only means I’m closer to reading her next masterpiece. Brilliant read. One that is highly recommended. A+