Rebel (Comet Coalition)

Rebel (Comet Coalition)

Rebel (Comet Coalition)

Comet Coalition 1: Rebel leader Corry Reah has a problem. His name is Ashton VinDerley. Though they are sworn enemies, she can’t make herself hate him. Compelling and powerful, he fascinates and seduces her, making her long for pleasures she has never known before. He teases and tempts, caresses and challenges until she forgets who is captive and who captor.

Korbin is having no better luck than his sister Corry. He has promised to keep his hands off stunningly beautiful Danette, but s

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When I first met Dex Wilder, I was wearing a bed sheet and body glitter and serving hors d’oeuvres to a who’s-who of Nashville music royalty. I certainly didn’t realize that my sexy country music bad boy would become such a delicious distraction, the one man who could bring out the passion in me on stage or off. All my life I’d only hungered after one thing.Then Dex sauntered into my life with his scuffed boots, warm chocolate voice and touch that set those cold dark places deep inside of me on

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6 thoughts on “Rebel (Comet Coalition)

  1. Linda Kay Zais
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Fantastic Series, March 2, 2011
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    Aubrey did a fantastic job keeping two sets of characters unique and interesting. Anyone who enjoys a good scifi book and marvellous characters and excellent sex scenes should give this book a try!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. Michelle
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Rebel, March 20, 2014
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    well written story of how a group of people got the attention of the leaders and change how people are treated. they also found love along the way

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  3. cryebaby
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A great start to an new series, March 1, 2014
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    Rebel, the first book in the Comet Coalition, is part Star Trek ( social issues) and Star Wars ( epic story) and the other half is just sexy, steamy romance. I hate spoilers, so all I can say is there is a political kidnapping. Two different but connected stories give enough backstory without getting too techie. Grab it now while its free. I feel like I owe a review as payment for this awesome read! Thank you Ms. Ross!

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  4. Jane
    28 of 33 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Waste of time., May 4, 2010
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    NASHVILLE HEAT by Bethany Michaels.

    STORY BRIEF:
    Dex just signed a record deal and meets Sydney. She’s crazy about him but tells him she’s not interested. She doesn’t tell him her name or phone. Two years pass, and Dex becomes a mega star. They accidentally meet again and are drawn to each other, but again she leaves him. Sydney is a hopeful country singer/song writer. She sings in local bars while working for a caterer to pay her bills. After two years she’s still doing the same thing, with no luck in getting her big break. A contest is being held for new singers. She plans to enter.

    REVIEWER’S OPINION:
    I read 68% of the book, and I couldn’t finish it. It was insulting. I was angry with the methods of conflict which were (1) her not acting in accordance with her feelings and motivations and (2) inaccurate assumptions. For example, when they first meet they immediately fall for each other and have sex. He wants to continue the relationship, but she blows him off. She acts like she’s not interested. He’s hurt as he watches her drive away. She pines for him for the next two years. Then they accidentally meet and again can’t resist each other. They have amazing sex. He has to leave for a short while and asks her to wait for him. She says yes, but changes her mind. She decides that she would be just another bimbo in his life and leaves. Her assumption about bimbos is not true. She’s crazy about him, but she doesn’t follow her feelings. He repeatedly shows her that he cares, but she never believes it. She uses stupid and unreasonable excuses not to be with him, which for me is poor writing. Couldn’t the author come up with something interesting or reasonable to create conflict?

    Another stupid conflict: as Dex’s housekeeper is leaving for the day, she asks if she should close and lock the gate. He says no, leave it open, I’ll close it later. There was no reason for this. Of course, he forgets. Then the paparazzi show up and cause a problem by taking a picture of Sydney. Again, can’t the author come up with something more believable as a way for the paparazzi to get her picture?

    DATA:
    Kindle count story length: 2508. Swearing language: moderate. Sexual language: strong. Setting: current day Nashville, Tennessee. Copyright: 2009. Genre: contemporary romance.

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  5. eBook Addict
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Predictable, but fun., September 25, 2011
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    This review is from: Nashville Heat (Paperback)
    Whilst there’s nothing new in this story – boy meets girl, boy wants girl, girl hesitates, boy gets girl and its happy-ever-after – it’s a story with nicely defined characters (who are likeable) and some well-written steamy scenes. I really enjoyed the way the author developed her main characters and allowed for minor characters to have some profile. Unlike another reviewer, I felt the heroine did act in accordance with her character. She was conflicted in that she had met someone she was irresistibly attracted to, but not at a time in her life that felt right. Very happy to read more from this author, if this is the general calibre of her writing.

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  6. Noreen Kellner
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Too much sex and too little story., November 2, 2013
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    This book actually had a sweet story line but was filled in with so much sex it never really got off the ground. Felt like the story line was given second place to the sex scenes. Characters were likeable but never really fleshed out enough to get you involved with them.

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