Thursday, 26 March 2015

ARC Review ~ Rebellion of a Chalet Girl by Lorraine Wilson

Rebellion of a Chalet Girl: HarperImpulse Contemporary Romance (A Novella)eARC received via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

Release Date: March 26th 2015

Publisher: HarperImpulse

Always the Chalet Girl…

Year round chalet girl Tash doesn’t do attachments—she’s learned the hard way that relationships of any kind never last. But when self-made millionaire and hit TV star Nathaniel Campbell arrives to spend a month at Chalet Repos, she’s tempted to reconsider her no-strings rule…

Tash and Nate may be from different sides of the tracks, but the connection between them is undeniable! And Tash soon realises that one hot night with Nate will never be enough. But can Nate ever think of Tash as more than a fling, especially once the truth about her past comes out?

The Chalet Girls are back! Set in the exclusive Swiss ski resort of Verbier, winter playground of the rich and famous, ‘Rebellion of a Chalet Girl’ is the latest addition to the fabulous ‘Chalet Girl’ series.

My Opinion

I have been looking forward to Tash's story for a while. She's always been a character that's interested me and I couldn't wait to find out the reasons behind her steely personality. Therefore I couldn't wait to get my hands on this book.

One of my favourite things about this series is they're short, easy reads. They're great to enjoy over just under an hour, they keep you entertained, and you don't have to think long and hard about them. The stories are basic, and because of the length there isn't as much detail in them, but Lorraine does a good job of keeping you in the moment.

Just like in the other book I loved Tash, and I was surprised by how this novella tugged at my heart. I felt Tash's emotions and I sympathised with her story. Her feelings were believable and I enjoyed seeing behind the icy front she used as her defence. Moreover I liked the to-the-point relationship. Nate's comments made me smile and he was hot.

Overall once again Lorraine Wilson has created a great little novella. It's hot, quick, slightly cheesy (which is a good thing in these), and the plot are great to get lost in for a while.


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