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Hellion

Rebel Wheels, Book 2
Narrated by: Fray Maxwell
Series: Rebel Wheels, Book 2
Length: 7 hrs and 53 mins
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Publisher's Summary

New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Elle Casey brings listeners Hellion, book two of three in the new adult romance series, Rebel Wheels.

Quinlan Torres has responsibilities - one more year of college, a brother who needs a lot of extra supervision, and a best friend in the middle of a hostile takeover of her late father's company. The best thing for her to do would be to keep her head down, her eye on the ball, and her mind clear of any distractions. Problem is, her best friend's boyfriend has this brother....

Content warning: Contains sexy adult situations, creative foul language, and some mild violence. May not be appropriate for younger listeners.

©2013 Elle Casey (P)2017 Elle Casey

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  • Cas
  • 26-08-2018

Wow

This was an interesting read. Loved the quirky family and the dynamics. Liked that all the previous characters were on this book. Narration was awesome too.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 20-07-2020

It was okay

*Spoilers* Normally I try not to give any spoilers in my reviews but in this case I can't do it properly without them. I've enjoyed Casey's other books and I loved the first book in this series and was really looking forward to Mick and Quinn's story and I'm sad to say I've been a bit disappointed. First Quinn: While often hilarious just because of the sheer ridiculousness that comes out of her mouth, Quinn's overall personality is shallow, self centered, and immature. She acts more like someone who is still in high school vs someone almost ready to graduate from college and has been helping to take care of a disabled little brother. Additionally, she shows no real capacity to actually be able to take care of him but she seems to feel that not only should he stay completely dependent but she acts like her parents aren't able or willing to take care of him which is not the case at all. Throw in that she goes from wanting to help Alissa to treating her like an annoying inconvenience makes it hard to actually like her at times. Mick: Casey really seems to miss the mark with developing Mick's character and it's hard to understand why when there is so much there to work with. In fact I feel like I got to know Colin better than Mick in this book that's supposed to be Mick's story. He's supposed to be a Hellion but his character comes through as grounded and responsible. He's continually the one staying sober while others are drinking. Additionally, we still don't know why he and Colin aren't getting along. And he is apparently a very fast healer because he was able to have all night athletic sex with Quinn less then a week after having his spleen removed, a surgery that takes 4-6 weeks to fully heal from. He and Quinn have maybe 2-3 incredibly brief conversations about anything real throughout the entire book, she treats him like crap half the time and she proves that she doesn't trust him yet he still asks her to move in with him and she accepts! This being while her mom and brother are still in the hospital, her family has lost their house, and she just thought he was cheating on her less then a minute before. Overall, the book was worth listening to for a few laughs and because it moved Rebel and Teagan's story forward and set things up for Colin and Alissa. Hopefully, Trouble will be better, but that will depend on if Colin can get over whatever his weirdness is about her being pregnant.

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  • moxysmith
  • 17-11-2018

okay story, missed the first narrator

this book was okay. it kept my interest. I like the characters. it really feel just like a story no climax. felt like just like a bridge from the first book to the third book to build on character personalities. I enjoy this series because they make me laugh. I really really missed the first narrator. I almost did not finish the book because I did not like the narrator as much as the 1st book.

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  • Laura Pierce
  • 23-04-2018

Good story - Overdubbing is awful

I really like this series, but have got to say that the audio quality is not great. The narrator was fine, but you can tell when sound clips were made because the sound changes perceptibly; making it sound like the narrator is in a closet. This happened several times and it was annoying. However, it’s not going to keep me from getting the next book.