Charlie by Elin Peer
Have you ever felt so strongly attracted to a stranger that you still think of that person five years later?
When I met Charles, he was entirely out of my league, and when I tried to talk to him anyway, I made a big fool of myself.
Now, I’ve been given a second chance to connect with my college crush. Unfortunately, the circumstances aren’t great as his family has hired me to get him out of what they suspect is a cult.
I’m ready to help any way I can, but will Charles even remember me?
With degrees in anthropology and psychology, twenty-seven-year-old Liv is convinced that she can resist being sucked into Connor O’Brien’s cult. Traveling from Chicago to Dublin in Ireland, she’s about to discover that Charles isn’t the only one who needs help to get out of O’Brien’s claws. But is she strong enough to take on a true psychopath or will she run to save herself?
Charlie is the first installment in Elin Peer’s contemporary romance series Cultivated , which offers suspense and drama. Like all her books, this one has a fast pace, lots of great dialogue, and leaves you wanting more.
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With a back ground in life coaching, Elin is easy to talk to.
Her fans rave about her unique writing style that has subtle elements of coaching mixed into fictional love stories with happy endings.
Elin is curious by nature. She likes to explore and can tell you about riding elephants through the Asian jungle, watching the sunset in the Sahara Desert from the back of a camel, sailing down the Nile in Egypt, kayaking in Alaska, river rafting in Indonesia, and flying over Greenland in a helicopter.
After traveling the world and living in different countries, Elin is currently residing outside Seattle in the US with her husband, daughters, and her black Labrador, Lucky, who follows her everywhere.
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