"an explosive story from beginning to end"
Corry and Korbin are part of a force that is setting out to
go against the government that is being run by the rich
Halley Prime. The group they belong to, that some would
call "Rebel", have come up with a way to open some eyes.
That plan is to kidnap two sons and a daughter of some of
the government officials. Corry is set to question Ashton
VinDerley. She decides to take him to a hidden, secluded
area. Corry finds out that from the beginning she is drawn
to Ashton who is a damn sexy man that has the bad luck of
being the son of the Premier. Secretly she wants him to put
out the heat, the passion that her body is feeling being so
close to him. Corry wishes she could have the feelings that
a lot of other rebels do for him and his family but should
you hate someone just because of who their parents are? In
the process Ashton is able to escape but when he does he
takes Corry with him. Corry and Ashton's adventure is just
about to get even bumpier.
Korbin, half brother to Corry, will stay away from Dannette
Tiptonn, who is one of the captives they had kidnapped. But
what he says and what his body is telling him are two
different things. He knows he shouldn't want to touch her
but he can't seem to not want to. Korbin knows that while
she is being held captive that he can't touch her, but that
doesn't mean he has to stay away from her now dose it. When
Dannette realizes that Corbin is a Pleasure Master Nine
from Halley Prime she prays he is coming to rescue her. But
soon Dannette and Palmer are rescued by Major Meredith
Caperelli who was the mother of Corry. The rebels have done
something right. They have gotten themselves noticed and
had some supporters among the elite; they set into motion a
plan to get others to see what is going on and why. Will
the rebels get the council to see what they have been doing
has been for a good cause and support what they are trying
I just love anything that Aubrey Ross has written. She has
one of those minds that can think of any plot and set it to
life. I read this book several years back when it came out
the first time and can say I think Aubrey did a great job
in expanding it, giving more info to make it one explosive
story from beginning to end.
Reviewed by Nicole Harvey
Posted October 25, 2007
Rebel leader Corry Reah has a problem. His name is Ashton VinDerley. Though he's a part of the elitist society that pursues its own pleasure at the cost of the neglected outposts, she can't make herself hate him. Compelling, powerful, and sexy as hell, he fascinates and seduces her until she can no longer remember who is the captive and who the captor.
Korbin Reah has promised the other rebels he will keep his distance from stunningly beautiful Danette. Kidnapping prominent citizens of Halley Prime in order to draw attention to "the cause" was a last resort. Mistreatment of any kind is not an option. Still, she haunts his dreams, summoning a dark, primitive part of his nature that he hasn't indulged in years. How can he resist a captive who wants nothing more than to submit? How can he ransom Danette, when she doesn't want to be rescued?
Publisher's Note: Rebel is a substantially revised and reedited version of a previously released book titled Comet Coalition. This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Domination/submission, exhibitionism, voyeurism, multiple partners.