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Rebel

Cheryl Brooks SciFi Heat Rating: 4

TKimcasha has lived by her wits since she lost her family when she was eight years old. So when three of her friends vanish, she has no fear about using herself as kidnapper’s bait, until a stranger foils her plot… After ten years of selling his services in a brothel, Onca has decided to retire. A refugee of planet Zetith, he has no family, no surname, and no woman—until he rescues a young homeless girl from a kidnapper. Onca helps Kim find her friends, but as their intense attraction deepens, he begins feeling too jaded for someone so innocent. It’s up to Kim to convince him otherwise... Review: This is a REBEL with a cause. I absolutely adored the premise of the novel: experienced hero, Onca, meets inexperienced heroine, Kim. Rebel was sweet, seductive, and oh so steamy. As the tenth novel in the Cat Star Chronicles, Rebel was enjoyable as a stand-alone. I’m sure the previous works in this series can only add to the enjoyment this reader experienced devouring Rebel. Our heroine runs into Onca in an attempt to use herself as bait in the hopes of finding friends that have come up missing. This element of the story added a wonderful pace of action as Onca and Kim find themselves working towards the same goal. The world building in Rebel was vivid and allowed my imagination to soar! The romance was simply perfect, making me flip through the pages as fast as my fingers could fly and not wanting it to end at the same time. | Reviewer: Sasha Hibbs |

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