by Elle Casey
Series: Rebel Wheels - Book 1
Publisher: Elle Casey (October 29, 2013)
Publication Date: October 29, 2013
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Print Length: 289 pages
Content Warning: Contains sexy adult situations, creative foul language, and some mild violence. May not be appropriate for younger readers.
Rebel by Elle Casey (Rebel Wheels, #1)
Best ab workout ever! Having a bad day? Think you are the Queen of social faux pax? Elle Casey is back with the remedy for anything negative that ails you! Has she written a classic for the ages? Seriously, I could read this over and over, actually, I read it twice because Rebel is pure chaotic entertainment. Sure, it starts on a sad note, but from there, it is uphill, trust me as we risk our own sanity to live inside the mind of Teagan Cross, former wealthy heir, currently unemployed, homeless and now almost college grad. When her cold and distant father died, the step monster got the mine and Teagan got the shaft. The only thing she received was a matchbox car from dear old dad.
After discovering that having once been a wealthy brat is not resume material, Teagan’s job hunt leads her to an auto repair and restoration shop where the silent but Viking-God-look-alike-to-Dolph-Lundgren runs the show. Let’s say she worms her way into a job only to find her heart being stolen by the mountain of a man who seems to regard her as a fly in his soup. So, yes, can life get worse for Teagan, but somehow, Rebel is always there, silent, hulking and swoon worthy.
Told mostly through Teagan’s thoughts and mental musings, get ready for a fast and furious ride through the best fun house ever! Anyone needing to sharpen their verbal skills, Teagan has a vocabulary that could give a thesaurus a run for its money! And Rebel? Talk about still waters running deep, geez, just call me a damsel in distress and send him over! And remember that matchbox car? As they say, the plot thickens…as intrigue, scorched sheets and one feisty woman topples the heart of one of those strong and silent types.
Thank you, thank you, thank you, Elle Casey!