Always the Chalet Girl…Year round chalet girl Tash doesn’t do attachmentsshe’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.
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I live in Wiltshire with my husband but love to travel and have lived in four continents. From playing amidst Roman ruins in Africa as a child to riding a Sultan's racehorse in the Middle East as a teen, I’ve many experiences to draw on for the stories I’ve been writing ever since I can remember. When I’m not writing you'll find me listening to audiobooks while I sew or design handbags, usually with a rescue terrier or two curled up on my feet!
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Rebellion of a Chalet Girl: (A Novella) (Ski Season, Book 5) based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
**I received an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest review Tash is 23 and works at the Chalet Repos. She's been tuning out lately, getting drunk as often as possible. Scott and Holly are almost like family to Tash and she's insecure with Holly's baby on the way. Nathaniel Campbell is with the Lion Den, an organization where anyone under 25 with a business plan can apply for grants to better their lives. Rebecca has taken Sofie's replacement. Her dad is a judge. She really doesn't need to work. Tash and Rebecca really don't get along because of Tash. Tash is instantly attracted to Nate and he's not at all like she thought he'd be. Tash had been to 14 foster homes. She used to cut herself and Nate noticed. I found that Tash has cut herself off from the world so nobody can hurt her. Few people are allowed to know her well enough to touch her life. She feels that nobody truly wants her. She's insecure and yet she's much stronger than she knows, a survivor. As her story goes on, you have to root for her. Nate is a good man. He has a large heart, is loyal and caring. He is strong emotionally as well as physically and is a bit stubborn. He's used to being in charge and being listened to. I enjoyed reading the book and would recommend it.