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    What a great start to a 415 Ink Series

    I loved Rebel. It was a slow build and we got to meet all the brothers and learn about their history as well as Rey’s family and past. The story about Rey and Gus was so great to read, nothing was easy or perfect and it was so enjoyable to read. Even 415 Ink has a lot of character. I loved how the little boy Chris was handled and the differences that Gus experienced in foster care to what Chris is experiencing. I love the sneak peek into the next story at the end, a little promise that there’ll be more. I loved the description of the tattoos and how it felt to be on both sides (as someone who doesn’t have one, I found that very interesting). I really hope to read more about Gus and Rey in the stories to come. Definitely, I would recommend this book.
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    Hooked on the series, not so much on the couple

    Rebel is the first in Miss Ford’s newest series 415 Ink. As fans of the author should expect, the book has a plentiful amount of angst, multi-layered interesting characters, and emotional scenes. I’ve also come to expect fantastic scene building from Miss Ford, complete with colorful descriptions that make it easy to envision the action playing out and that’s definitely present in spades. Unfortunately, for me, the amount of detail drug down the pacing in this book. Because it’s the first of a series, Rebel includes extensive backstories to explain the interwoven histories of hero Gus and his family (some related by blood, some by choice). While this definitely left me intrigued about the cast of characters and series as a whole, it pushed the romance between Gus and Rey to the back burner for a good portion of the book. Once we did get to see Rey and Gus together, I had a hard time feeling anything for the couple despite liking both characters and being invested in Gus’s personal journey. I tend to love second chance romances between couples because the connection is typically deeper but much of the initial contact between Gus and Rey felt really superficial and mostly physical. Although that changed as the book progressed, the couple addressed the issues that broke them up 3 years ago, and there started to be more than just an intense physical chemistry pulling these two together, it still seemed like the romance was a bit of an afterthought. Honestly, I felt Rebel was more focused on Gus’s character development with him returning home, becoming a father, confronting his past, and rebuilding his relationships with his family as well as Rey, rather than Gus and Rey as a couple. In that way, it’s difficult to rate this book. If I’m going on romance, I was a little let down. If I’m basing my rating on characters and a series hook, Rebel definitely ensured I’ll be returning for more from the brothers of 415 Ink. *Reviewed for Alpha Book Club*
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    emotionally devastating but brilliant read

    Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I was gifted my copy of this book. 3 years after a devastating break up, Gus discovers he is a father, and returns home from his running. He can't keep running and fight for his son at the same time. But returning home means he will have to face Rey, the only man to ever hold his heart. Facing Rey means he will have to face his feelings for the man, and when things get scary, Rey is who Gus turns to. I love Rhys Ford's work, you know I do, and this, the first in a new series, is no exception! I am going to be vague about some things, here, because, spoilers and all that, so bare with me, OK?? What I particularly loved about this book was there was no break up between the guys, they had that already, devastating to them both it was. They both have painful history, and I mean painful! But they get their act together, and pull together to see through that history, the reason Rey pushed Gus away, why Gus let him, is heartbreaking to read, had me sobbing my little heart out in places! But the joy they find in each other is amazing, even though it takes them waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too long to finally, FINALLY get down n dirty. Or that's what I thought, it was too long before they get their sexy on. But now I'm typing my review up, this book is not about the sex between these two guys, it's about the LOVE. Cos these guys DO love each other, still, even after 3 years. It's about getting past the chains of your history, and releasing the pieces of those chains into the wind, so you can finally and totally, be happy with, not only your partner, but with yourself. I sat down to read a few chapters before bed, and the next thing I know, I've bawled my eyes, swore so loudly at certain characters, I disturbed not only the cat, but the child in the next room too, and its midnight, and I have no book left! So, yeah, awesome read! This book is based around the 5 brothers of 415 Ink, and I cannot wait to read the other tales these guys have to tell. I'd love to know how the name came about for the tattoo shop, too. OH!!! Smooth cameos appearances and mentions from a huge variety of Ford's characters and some nods to characters who terrorize their authors too. Smooth, really smooth! I had to double back, and reread bits where they popped up! LOVED that! When a books pulls you in, so totally, painfully and emotionally devastatingly well, it can only get... 5 full stars, tattooed with a different point for each brother.
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    We aren't our parents

    I’m always excited to get one of Rhys’ books for review. Her characters are always interesting and their stories pull the reader in. Rebel, though taking place in the same world as the majority of her series, is more of an emotional ride than an adrenaline one. No murders take place and, while I’m always a little sad when her stories don’t involve high levels of mayhem, I still love the books she does one a quieter scale. Rebel stars both Gus and Rey. Gus is the one connected by the 415-Ink brotherhood but Rey has spent so much time around them, he’s always been practically family anyway. Gus only recently learned he’s a father, something that only came about due to a bad breakup with Rey. Gus is struggling and it’s sometimes painful to follow along with him, mostly because he seems like an anxiety-driven heart attack waiting to happen. Rey, on the other hand, has to overcome his own shortsightedness where Gus is concerned and once he sees what he did wrong, he’s more than willing to go all in. The brothers are also all over the story and each one a fully fleshed character in their own rights, though Luke kind of fades into the background when he’s around (and when he’s not). Like I mentioned before, this book isn’t about murders and intrigue as many of Rhys’ books are. Rebel is about relationships and learning to overcome what others do to us, whether that’s severe negligence, the loss of a brother, or judgmental natures over a child’s past. It’s more about seeing what’s in front of us and compromising our needs and wants with those we love. Normally I comment on writing style but this is Rhys and her work is well put together. There’s no real need for that here. She doesn’t have grammar or spelling errors and the prose she uses tend to drag the reader right into the story with the characters. Nothing is easy or smooth, everything catches and pulls and that’s part of the experience. Overall, I rate this a 5 out of 5. It’s missing that excitement of her other series but it’s still a sweet story and Gus and Rey are honestly adorable. And Chris. That kid is super cute. I received this book as an ARC in return for an honest review. I appreciate the receipt of an ARC and happily add this book to my reviews.
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