How To Win A Wallflower by Samara Parish


How To Win A Wallflower caught me off guard with its vivid characters, brilliant dialogue, and engaging plot.  John is an inventor and scientist who abhors society.  John is most comfortable alone with his inventions.  Charlotte is the opposite of John; she is the center of every crowd and thrives on attention.  John has inherited an estate that is broke and is facing an intolerable solution until Charlotte steps in to help.  The once unrequited love Charlotte has felt for John begins to grow, but the odds are against the couple.  John and Charlotte must decide if love is enough to keep them together.

Both John and Charlotte are relatable, lovable characters.  Their connection is one-sided at the beginning of the book. However, the couple’s connection turns passionate the longer they are together.  I thought John and Charlotte were perfect for each other; their differences strengthened each other.   The couple’s relationship is magnetic.

The storyline moved well and kept my attention.  I enjoyed the pent-up emotion between the couple; it was electric, and John and Charlotte ignited the page when they allowed their passions to grow.  The opposite natures of the couple seem an unsurmountable problem, yet each strength complimented each weakness perfectly.  Secondary characters and plots enriched the story.  How To Win A Wallflower is the third book in the Rebels With A Cause series.  Samara Parish delivers another unforgettable, poignant romance that leaves the reader demanding more!

I voluntarily read and reviewed an advance copy of this book through Netgalley and the publisher.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Publication Date: December 13, 2022

Published by jelee1976

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