When she runs into former classmate Sebastian Pryce, she can’t believe the hot body and chiseled jaw belong to the shy, troubled loner she knew ten years before. He’s not exactly friendly at first, and she’s heard the rumors about his tragic past, but something in his sad eyes intrigues her. She only wants to get to know him better.
Until the night she wants more—and takes it. (Hard and deep. Twice.)
Are they just two lonely people seeking solace? Or can a disgraced beauty queen and flawed, frustrated man find some sort of happy ever after?
**Some Sort of Happy is a full-length, dual POV novel, complete with HEA.**
Thankfully I can always trust the beautiful storytelling skills of Melanie Harlow to get the full experience and never be left wanting, except for more that is. We again are taken back to Michigan where our heroine Skylar is living back home with her parents after not making a go of her acting career in New York City and doing a reality show stint that may come back to haunt her. Things go from bad to worse for poor Skylar only to find herself face to face with the only thing that could possibly brighten her day, a handsome stranger on the beach. After the day she had she literally falls on her face and the stranger may be handsome but he is not interested in getting to know Skylar and she receives that message loud and clear, repeatedly.
The hot stranger Sebastian is not really all that much of a stranger, he and Skylar went to school together, as much as people would describe his as just plain ole strange. He has changed a lot physically so Sklyar does not recognize him but he sure does recognize her. Unfortunately he meets Skylar again on a bad day and he cannot help himself for being not so nice.
I give it 5 HEARTS