Teagan Cross, college senior, rebel, and wiseass extraordinaire, goes from princess to pauper in a single phone call. Overnight, her life of privilege becomes one of survival, and no matter where she turns, it seems like the world is out to get her. She's not going to fall apart, though. She's a rebel and she's strong … determined to live life on her own terms … and nothing's going to stop her from getting things done and making things right. But when a twist of fate brings her to the doorstep of a different kind of Rebel, she's forced to figure out when something's worth fighting for and when something's worth letting go.
Rebel begins with Teagan's life changing with one phone call. She's a twenty-two year old college student who is about to graduate and now she has nothing. She is at her lowest point now with no home, and no money. So Teagan does her best to find a job, while doing that she meets Rebel. A man she knows is trouble to her but she can't seem to stay away from. And after forcing his hand on giving her a job, she knows it is a bad idea to have the hots for your boss, but that doesn't stop her either.
I really liked this book, but I felt like it could have been a lot better. I loved the humor in it though. That is what really made the book good, was the humor. I did however feel like we didn't really learn anything about the hero Rebel, or about the little issue with Olga was. And the ending just sort of left us wondering whats going to happen without ending with cliffhanger. So this was only okay to me. The main thing was the plot was pretty interesting, but the humor kept me going. But it really felt like it was completely unfinished, yet the next book is technically suppose to be about two other characters. So that is a little bit frustrating. I probably won't read the next one, but I did enjoy this one with a whole lot of laughs.