Saturday, March 15, 2014

Rebel by Skye Jordan - Review

Sassy, smart, and sexy, former supermodel-turned-tech guru Rubi Russo has it all—looks, money, confidence and freedom. Her life is a whirlwind of fast cars and fleeting affairs—and she likes it that way. With a past like Rubi’s, forever isn’t part of her vocabulary. So when studly Renegade stuntman Wes Lawson wants to take their friendship to the next level, she’s all out.

Raised a simple country-boy, Wes knows the brazen Rubi isn’t his type. But after spending time with her, he discovers she’s everything he’s ever wanted in a woman. To win her wild rebel heart, he’ll have to prove he sees behind her smokescreen to all the goodness she tries to hide. Then it’s just a matter of crushing her fears, shattering her barriers, and convincing her that loving him is everything she’s been missing in her life, too.

Piece of cake.

I really should have read this book sooner, I fell in love with Rubi and Wes together. They’re both so afraid to screw up a relationship that they aren’t sure that they’re right for each other, after all they are best friends, and relationships and sex ruin friendships.

Wes Lawson has a lot of patience even if at times it’s obvious he has no idea how to approach Rubi, but he’s in love and determined to win her over. Rubi has some serious trust issues, and she has every right to her issues. When these two come together, it’s some of the hottest scenes ever. I love this book, Ms. Jordan writes flawed but amazing characters that are some of my favorites.

I look forward to more Renegades stories, and I will definitely be starting them right away so I can bask in her amazing writing style.

I purchased my own copy. I was not compensated for my review. 

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