Rebel Soul by LK Farlow

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Title: Rebel Soul
Author: LK Farlow
Genre: Contemporary Romance/Dramatic Comedy
Release Date: January 23, 2020
Blurb
West Larson comes from old money—the kind of wealth that
comes with expectations steeped in archaic traditions. So, it’s not surprising
when he learns the conditions of his trust fund: produce an heir before he
turns twenty-five.
Enter Stacia Kellan. Her lowkey personality makes her the perfect baby
mama…without the drama. And thanks to her wild-ass hair, colorful tattoos, and
smart mouth, she’s exactly the kind of girl his parents would never approve of.
Add in the fact that she’s a total smokeshow…knocking her up certainly wouldn’t
be a hardship.

Stacia lives her life fast and loud. The idea of settling down isn’t on her
radar. So, when her long-time friend asks her to have his baby, her immediate
answer is a big, fat hell-to-the-no. Seriously, is he crazy?

West pulls out all the stops in wooing her and with every heated encounter,
Stacia finds herself falling a little more for his charm and wit. Oh, and his
forearms…yum.

Obligations. Lust. Friendship. Love.

The lines begin to blur as emotions enter the equation and besides, everyone
knows you can’t deny your rebel soul.

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Excerpt
“Can I
drive?” I ask, rubbing my hands together like an evil genius who just hatched a
plan.
West
appraises me for a moment before laughing. “That’d be a hell no.”
“Why?”
“This car’s
got a lot of power.” He leans back against the passenger door smirking.
“Yup, sure
does.”
“And you
think you can handle it?”
Scoffing, I
say, “I know I can.” One of the many things AJ and I bonded over when we became
friends was our love of cars; while she prefers old, American muscle, I lust
over supercars. Either way, she and I both like to go fast—really fucking
fast.
“Don’t tell me you’re one of those misogynistic assholes that think
women can’t drive?”
“Not at
all. I’m just territorial about my car.” A calculating glint shines in his blue
eyes. “Give me one good reason I should let you behind the wheel of my baby.”
“I’ve
wanted to drive one of these ever since it completed a lap of the Nürburgring
Nordschleife track in just over seven minutes. You do realize you own the
seventh fastest street legal vehicle, right?” I step into him, pressing my
front to his, my hands roaming over the hard planes of his chest. “No lie, the
thought of handling it gets my panties…”
I trail off
and West gulps, sliding his arms around me, tugging me impossibly closer. “Gets
your panties what?” His voice is rough and gritty, rubbing over my libido the
same way a stubbled jaw would my skin.
Bring my
ears to his lips, I whisper, “Wet. It gets them wet.”
“Fuck,” he
groans, every bit of his longing plain for me to hear—and feel, judging by the
bulge pressing into my belly. “She’s all yours.”
I step back
from him, a smug, victorious smile plastered to my face. “I knew you’d come
around.”

 

Author Bio
LK Farlow (A.K.A Kate) is a small town girl with a love for
words. She’s been writing stories for as long as 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 four rambunctious children. When
she’s not writing, you can find her snuggled up on the couch watching car shows
while she crochets or with her nose in a book.  
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Rebel Soul
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Rebel Soul had many amazing qualities featured through the entirety of West and Stacia's friends to lovers romance. For starters, I love this author's writing style, it is unique and quickly drawls you in. Rebel Soul was low on the drama, and was high with the witty dialogue. One of my very favorite things about this story is the friends aspect. It was authentic and the loyalty was clearly showcased through banter, so you know it is the real deal. I feel like the story did develop in a timely manner, maybe a faster pace than I am used to, but I was thrown off by the sudden change of feelings, to me it kind of came from no where. Don't get me wrong, the chemistry was there, and I mean really there, but I feel as if it wasn't enough to justify the change in feelings. Secondly, even though the plots were not some BIG HUGE PLOTS, I feel like it was an integral part of the story. With that being said, I feel like the romance over shadowed the plots. To me, the plots is what put everything into motion, and I needed just a little more to round out the story. Other than that, Rebel Soul is a good read.

West comes from old money, but that doesn't mean he is a lazy bum. He is a broker by day, and a playboy at night. When his true colors shine, he is the brightest star. His loyalty shows no bounds, and his sweetness is something I did not expect. He is a great friend, and an even better lover.

Stacia is the pierced - tattooed makeup artist that takes no crap. This sassy woman has a backbone and is not afraid to use it. Her family is her everything, and through her determination and love it most definitely does not go unnoticed.

When the lines become blurred for West and Stacia, do they take the bull by it's horns or do the sweep it all under the rug?

* I recommend this book.

*REVIEWED FOR REVIEWS FROM THE HEART

~ Ashley

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