Wednesday, September 2, 2020

The Rebound by Stefanie London - ARC Review

Take control. Feel the rush. Explore your fantasies—Harlequin Dare publishes sexy romances featuring powerful alpha males and bold, fearless heroines exploring their deepest fantasies.

Good-girl-gone-bad Presley Richardson is running straight from the altar to a sinfully sexy rebound in USA TODAY bestselling author Stefanie London’s third Close Quarters story!

Bolting from the church half-naked was not part of the official wedding program…until I learned my husband-to-be was marrying me only for his father’s approval. How was I to know my incredibly hot getaway driver was the groom’s evil stepbrother? Or that diving into his sleek black Mercedes would be the first step on my journey to the dark side?

Wealthy executive Sebastian Foster is a bad decision waiting to happen—all hard muscles, square jaw and eyes that strip me bare. But I’m done being the good girl, done following the rules. It’s time to give up my perfectly planned life and embrace my inner siren.

Soon Sebastian is my sexy sidekick at Melbourne’s most exclusive nightclubs. Dancing burlesque for him makes us both crave a night of sensual sin. I’m starting to think this forbidden rebound may lead to something much deeper. But when I learn he’s hunting for information about my ex, I can’t help wondering—is he just another ambitious man using me to get ahead?

Presley is escaping from her own wedding and Sebastian, conveniently, is driving by and she uses him as her getaway.  Unbeknownst to him, although he does figure it out pretty quickly.

This is a shorter title, so it deals with instant attraction and it handles it well.  I believed why Presley would be interested in the fling she wants with Sebastian and I enjoyed not only watching her feel good about herself (and her decisions) but also learn what she does and doesn't want...and I really liked the ending.  It's a bit of a happier for now, but at the same time it leaves you with the impression that there is enough between them for this to become something long-term.

I enjoyed and recommend this title.

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