The Charlie & Ollie Conclusion I needed
*self-purchased on Amazon. No need of sugar daddies called promo teams*Je suis in heaven after I died because of The Truth About Tomorrow“'Cause we're the masters of our own fate
We're the captains of our own souls
So there's no need for us to hesitate
We're all alone, let's take control.”
Lust For Life – Lana Del Rey What’s this book about? (I'm trying to give as little spoilers as possible)
Charlie and Ollie found their happiness despite what other people might have thought of them. And now there’s a new addition to the equation, Milo.
This is my second B. Celeste read after reading The Truth About Tomorrow.
This is Charlie and Ollie’s tomorrow and I couldn’t have been happier to read it. If I’m being honest, I expected Milo’s age to be different, but in the end, I adjusted and I loved it anyway. I was thirsty for more Charlie and Ollie. In this story, I was served exactly the feels I needed, maybe even more. This novella was a quick, fun and very emotional read. I finished it in two hours or so, quite the page-turner.
I’m pretty sure if I read The Truth About Heartbreak, I’d be in my feelings even more concerning the bromance between Ollie and Rhett. Since I read Tomorrow yesterday, Ollie and Charlie’s development and their relationship with Milo was of highest importance to me. Charlie as a momma bear was EVERYTHING. Mental issues played a big role once again and I LOVED how it was all handled once again. This author 100% knows what she’s doing if she’s making me root for these two former star-crossed (AGE WHO?) lovers LOL. We didn’t get anything too kinky here (AFTER A PROMISING BEND-OVER IN THE END OF ‘TOMORROW’)and that might be my only issue, however, I’m willing to turn a blind eye since the leads had bigger issues than their horniness in this story.
I was glad to see both leads and how they were doing. I liked how we got to see how these two were behaving AFTER they got what they wanted, including how everyone else behaved around them and their strange union.
I recommend this lovely read to anyone who enjoyed the previous instalments of this series, love an age gap and appreciate a cute new-parent couple that has to endure heart-breaking new-parent struggles.