The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌎
Character development: 😳🤬😏🤓😎
The heroine: Gia – she worked for Rush at a bar he owns and they went through a lot together in the first book. Gia had hang ups and abandonment issues because her Mom left her when she was a baby.
The Hero(es): Rush – he was the son of a wealthy businessman who wanted nothing to do with him and who had another son by his wife. Rush hates his father and his brother because they have no morals but is forced to work with them too often for his liking since his grandfather put him in the will and gave him equal shares.
The Story: Rebel Heir ended on a cliffhanger and it was one I saw coming for miles away. However, one thing I really liked about it was the situation didn’t resolve itself in the first few pages of this book. I have it when there is a big cliffhanger like a main character getting shot and then you get the next book and it is just a small flesh wound and they don’t even have to go to the hospital. I like it when the tension lasts and for this one it really did.
The book was told in dual POV, by a male and a female narrator. I love that. I also really enjoyed the tension in this book. The main characters were both good people but were in an awful situation all around. Also I hate it when the HEA in a book comes too early and there is too much of the book where they are just shiny happy people (boring).
This book had just the right amount of HEA and a good story. I liked both characters and there were some steamy times as well.
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