She wants to see him get wild and he thinks she needs Jesus.
When AJ Adams is coerced into tutoring Brock Larson, she can’t help but wonder what she’s done to deserve such an epic punishment. He’s the very definition of an All-American good boy—and a total kiss ass. He’s the perfect son, the perfect student, and according to rumor, by far the best golfer the university has ever seen. Puh-lease. If he’s so perfect, why does he need tutoring?
With his British Literature grade circling the drain, Brock knows he needs help. But when he meets his tutor, he can’t believe his friggin’ luck. Abby Jane no longer resembles the childhood best friend he used to play hide and seek with. No, she’s all attitude and pink hair and tattoos. Oh, and she hates him, so that’s a plus.
Brock and AJ couldn’t clash more and antagonizing one another is just too easy. But, as they spend more time together, the lines begin to blur, leading them to realize they have more in common than what meets the eye.
Hate. Lust. Love. They all look the same when you’re in denial, and everyone knows you can’t control your rebel heart.
Rebel Heart really surprised me with how much I really liked it. I sort of figured it was going to end up being your typical ex-friends to lovers type of romance and while it was that, it was also much more. There is angst, regret, eye opening moments as well as funny and sexy ones. It also reminds us not to judge a person on their looks alone, because you never know their truths or the real them when you do.
AJ or Abby Jane is a strong willed character who has to stand on her own two feet after not measuring up to her parents expectations. Brock is on the golf team and is trying to live up to high expectations as well. Now let me state something for a moment. I never found golf to be sexy in any way shape or form but if all golfers were like Brock well then my Happy Gilmore while playing putt putt ass would appreciate the sport a whole lot more. Okay back to my review. The push and pull, the banter between Brock and AJ just add to the tension between them. The former friends know what buttons to push to get under each other’s collars and that just adds to their chemistry.
I liked that once each other looked beyond the outside appearance and into who they are as a person. I hated certain characters and while I wish we didn’t have to have the drama they caused it only added to the story. I can easily say that LK Farlow has a new fan in this book whore and I am curious to see if we will get a book for Brock’s cousin and AJ’s friend.
LK Farlow (A.K.A Kate) is a small town girl with a love for words. She’s been writing stories and poems for as long she can remember. A Southern girl through and through, Kate resides in beautiful, sunny LA—that’s Lower Alabama, y’all—with her amazing husband and three wonderful children. When she’s not writing, you can find her snuggled up on the couch watching nature documentaries while she crochets or with her nose in a book. All Kate really wants in this life is her family happy, strong coffee, a good book and more Happily Ever After’s.