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  • Posted March 20, 2013

    3 Stars Boy was I confused by this book. NOT the BOOK'S FAULT.

    3 Stars

    Boy was I confused by this book. NOT the BOOK'S FAULT. Where I get some of my early books for review this title is listed as A Father For Her Triplets and the picture showed three cute kids. The discription did not mention kids. I was waiting for the kids. So I looked others places under the title author book showed goodreads had this book under A father for her triplets including picture with kids. But it also had this book under Why Resist A Rebel same book discription.
    Needless to say their was no kids in this book.

    Why Resist a Rebel is in the new Harlequin line called Kiss

    I would have liked the story a lot better than I did because I kept expecting triplets.
    Ruby Bell loves working of movie sets. She has no home just goes from one set to another only possessions fit into a suitcase. Ruby has a lot of issues to work out.
    Devlin Cooper is now on the set replacing the actor who was going to get his break. His last job he was fired so his manager talked him into this one.
    Devlin bumped into Ruby on set and because she was a little distracted did not recogonize him till the producer followed Devlin. Devlin liked Ruby's looks but she turns him down. Ruby does not date actors.

    Devlin looks terrible their are a lot of rumors going around about him. He has lost a lot of weight. Does not show up on time to the set. So his manager got him a driver, who is supposed to get him where he needs to go. Devlin does not care for it. The only thing he has enjoyed was riling Ruby. So he decided to be a demanding actor like some others. He asks her to get him weird stuff and has her running around.

    Their a few love scenes. They both don't want a relationship for different reasons and are hiding from it. Ruby notices at last some of things wrong with Devlin but she does not ask him questions. I wish it showed a little more of them building a relationship with each other instead of the bedroom.

    I was given this ebook to read in exchange of honest review from Netgalley
    Expected publication: March 19th 2013 by Harlequin KISS 224 pages ISBN: 0373207107

    Book Discription taken off of Goodreads.

    Giving in to temptation never felt so good!Ruby Bell has put scandal and relationships behind her to forge a successful career in film. Then the talk of Hollywood himself, actor Devlin Cooper, strolls onto her Outback set—fired from his two previous movies, and looking decidedly tempting! The last thing Ruby needs is Dev making outrageous demands and causing her to question her "no romance at work" rule….

    But what's a girl to do when Dev's taking her on a lavish date one moment, then calling "cut" on their growing closeness the next? What exactly does he want with her—and what's causing the shadows behind those famous blue eyes? Now she's too intrigued to walk away….

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