Blog Tour & Review: A Little Too Close by Rebecca Yarros



  A LITTLE TOO CLOSE by Rebecca Yarros

 Release Date: October 11th 
  Genre/Tropes: Single Parent Romance/Small Town Romance     

  A LITTLE TOO CLOSE, an all-new small-town, single-parent romance, by Rebecca Yarros is NOW LIVE!! Grab this all-new small town romance TODAY!!       


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  From USA Today bestselling author Rebecca Yarros comes a small town, single parent romance.   

  Nine years ago, Weston Madigan saved me. I came to Colorado penniless, heartbroken, and pregnant, searching for a fresh start. Weston gave me a job at his family’s resort, then left the next day and never returned, not even to visit.   Then I stumble in on Weston cooking breakfast shirtless—gloriously, inappropriately shirtless—in the shared kitchen of my duplex in employee housing. Given the shock on both our faces, he wasn’t expecting a roommate either, let alone two.   The growly pilot is only home to start his family’s new heli-skiing operation. I can handle being his temporary roommate, right? Chemistry and attraction aren’t impossible to ignore when you agree on ground rules. Besides, even with those gorgeous, brooding brown eyes, the guy is a walking thundercloud…until my daughter, Sutton, makes him laugh and he smiles at me. Then everything changes. Cue inconvenient heart flip.   This is only temporary. I can’t fall for Weston. Will. Not. Fall. For. Weston. But rules go out the window when you’re a little too close.     



Rebecca Yarros can do no wrong… I loved this book so much. When I heard that Rebecca was writing Weston’s story and he was a helicopter pilot, I knew it would be good. 

Everything about it was perfect. The relationship between Callie and her daughter Sutton was amazing and hilarious, the way Yarros described the Colorado made it seem like I was right there in the middle of the ski resort along side the characters. 

I loved the relationship between Weston and Callie, no matter how much they tried to fight their chemistry, they couldn’t resist and just had to be with each other. 

Weston is a man who is on a journey to face his past and he doesn’t think he will find any happiness going back to face it, that is until he meets Callie and all she does it make him smile. They’re both so different from each other but have faced such similar tragedies that bring them together and connect as they can both relate to what the other has gone through. 

Their passion and chemistry flies off the page and had me feeling all the feels as the tension was building and they tried to stay away from each other. But it wasn’t just Weston’s relationship with Callie that made me fall in love with him, his relationship with Sutton is what really sealed the deal… he took her under his wing straight away and helped her with her skiing and treated her like an equal and loved her. I fell in love with Weston from the way he was with Sutton. Sutton is such a great character in her own right and I hope we still get glimpses of her in the last book of the series. 

I honestly loved this book so much and thought it was the perfect addition to the series. I can’t wait to read about the last brother! 

*ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review*

  About the Author: 


Rebecca Yarros is the USA Today bestselling author of over fifteen novels, including The Things We Leave Unfinished and The Last Letter. “A gifted storyteller” (Kirkus), she is also the recipient of the Colorado Romance Writer’s Award of Excellence for Eyes Turned Skyward from her Flight and Glory series. Rebecca loves military heroes and has been blissfully married to hers for over twenty years. She’s the mother of six children, and is currently surviving the teenage years with three of her four hockey-playing sons. When she’s not writing, you can find her at the hockey rink or sneaking in some guitar time while guzzling coffee. She and her family live in Colorado with their stubborn English bulldogs, two feisty chinchillas, and a Maine Coon kitten named Artemis, who rules them all. Having fostered then adopted their youngest daughter who is nonverbal and on the autism spectrum, Rebecca is passionate about helping children in the foster system through her nonprofit, One October, which she co-founded with her husband in 2019. To learn more about their mission to better the lives of kids in foster care, visit   

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