- File Size: 3996 KB
- Print Length: 206 pages
- Publisher: Show n'ot Tell Publishing (May 16, 2017)
- Publication Date: May 16, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0722J1V9R
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #175,972 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Rebel Cause (Boys of Fallout Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Reese endeared herself to me immediately. She's completely into the music scene (on the sly) and a bit of a nerd too. She's reluctant to embrace a style, something that expresses who she really is. She needs motivation and she finds that in Kellin, her best friends brother and a best friend in his own right. Ree harbors some deep feelings for Kellin. She tries to suppress what she feels and she goes all out trying to be invisible. But circumstances are such that they are now in close proximity and faced with coming to terms with how they really feel about it other.
There's nothing quite like thinking your harboring feelings for someone your sure doesn't feel the same way about you. The angst of crushing on your best friend is intense. But Kellin is worthy, and we learn that pretty early on with a gesture that just stole my breath and inspired a Pinterest board
The story is told from Ree's point of view so we have a very positive image of Kellin - she does hold him in high regard, as she should. He's genuine and considerate but feels like he has to hide a part of himself. He's adored by all so it's a bit baffling but Cassandra shows us the family dynamics that might make you see where he's coming from.
Cassandra's characters experience a wonderful period of growth and seeing how they develop as individuals and in their relationships is uplifting. This story is a beautiful journey, one of conquering fear and making some pretty bold and brave steps. I've really enjoyed every book in the Boys of Fallout series and hope that we have another chance to catch up with them. 5 Stars and my recommendation!
by Cassandra Giovanni
I'm a huge fan of Cassandra's stories, and Rebel Cause definately delivered. She has a unique way of bringing us back to our youth, when discovering what you want and who you are personally, is what it's all about.
This series is special to me on a musical level also. Being a huge metal/hard rock fan, I'm in love with the way the music is incorporated into each story. The music is the center of it all, and each character has their own personal outlet for their passion, even if a few of them tend to hide their true selves at first.
Reese has always had her own style , kind of nerdy, hiding her true self. She wants so badly to be completely free. With the help of her best friend's brother, Kellin, she may just get her wish.
Kellin is, quite frankly, amazing! Totally crushing on him, and his sweet ways with Reese. He makes her feel safe and loved, like no one ever has. There's a specific part in the tattoo shop that had me swooning big time, and it's the ultimate show of respect and admiration in my eyes.
A definite fan of the Boys of Fallout series, and if you like sweet, light hearted romance, with a touch of rock and roll, you won't be disappointed!
Cassandra Giovanni has that talent of taking "ordinary" characters (I mean that in a good way, because I could totally identify with them), and transport the reader into their world. Rebel Cause is impossible to put down once you've started reading it.
It's a wonderful love story, but not only... it's also a story about young adults discovering who they really are, what they want to do with their life, and asserting themselves.