Goodreads review by Amy – “How could I have lived my whole life without Jax and Cassie!? Heck, the whole Jericho Family! I found myself thinking about these characters long after I turned the last page.
This family/story took me out of my everyday life, and into the lives of a couple where you can just feel their connection. It’s truly beautiful.
But that ending!! I need more! Now!
Jax is stuck somewhere between broken, adapting, and thriving. He loves his family, and is fiercely loyal to those he cares about. Soon, Cassie makes her way to that list, its a pull that’s strong, one that we can only dream about! Things aren’t always rosy for Jax and Cassie, but their journey is real. It’s honest.”
Goodreads review by Carmen ~ “Off Limits is off the charts!! If you want: intense chemistry between the characters; agonizing sexual tension, tear-jerking angst; a sassy heroine and a mouthwatering CEO (both with extra baggage on their backs), and two beautiful twin toddlers, this is your story.”
I make it to class without a moment to spare and I take the last available seat right in front of the professor’s desk. A moment after I sit down, a man comes in and walks to the desk a few feet from where I’m sitting. I frown at him, wondering what happened to Delilah Morning, who Charlotte said was a beautiful blonde. This guy… well, he’s a guy. He looks at me, taking note of my frown, and mimics it. I look away, cursing my shyness.
“Good evening,” he says, seeming to make a point to speak loud and clear. “Delilah Morning, who normally teaches this class, has a family obligation. She asked me to take over for her this semester. My name is Professor Jax Jericho. You may call me simply Professor Jericho.”
Jax Jericho! Damn.
She writes poems, takes pinup pics of Nelson, her adorable cat, and she’s on a lifelong quest to find the perfect red wine/pinot noir to pair with a five-napkin cheeseburger.
Through her captivating characters, sizzling plots and intimate family dynamics, Rebel’s stories are not just love letters to the Los Angeles of her dreams. She’s created her own universe dripping with human desires and the timeless themes of love, loss and longing.
She loves her heroines smart, slightly innocent just on the edge of blooming in the women they will become, and she pairs them with strong men with dirty minds who reveal their devastating vulnerabilities over time.