Book Reviews

REVIEW – Rebel Obsession by Elle Thorpe


Beaten, drugged, and tied, I sink beneath the surface.

Water invades my mouth. It seeps down my throat and fills my lungs until breathing becomes a desperate memory.

My only hope are the three men who know the evil of my attacker.

If I make it through this, we can’t fail again. A murderer needs to be found. Caleb needs to pay for what he did to me.

He has another woman held hostage, bound, and gagged.

But she’s not the only one.

There are others who will befall the same fate as me if Caleb and his friends aren’t stopped. With the police in his pocket, there’s no one to save them but us.

Drowning gives a girl a lot of time to think about her revenge.

Until it becomes obsession.

Rebel Obsession is an adult #whychoose romance, meaning the main character has more than one love interest. This book contains romantic suspense/dark themes that may trigger some readers. It contains a male/male storyline. It is the second book in an ongoing trilogy and cannot be read as a standalone. Book 1 of this series is Rebel Revenge.

“I don’t understand how some woman hasn’t already claimed your heart. Big scary biker on the outside. Sweeter than any man I’ve ever known on the inside.”


The mystery gets deeper as the story continues. There are twists and turns from start to finish. Plus, things are also heating up with Rebel and her men.

Rebel’s life was in danger at the end of book one and really she is still in danger throughout this book. More information is revealed, unexpected connections are discovered. Caleb is still a piece of trash and I truly hope he gets what he deserves and so much more, along with all of his equally horrible friends.

I love Rebel. I love her friendship with Bliss and seeing her form deeper connections with Fang, Kian, and Vaughn. I can’t wait to see how things continue for all of them throughout the next book. Plus, I can’t wait for all the questions to be answered.

If you’re looking for a why choose, suspense, stepbrother, mc, roommates romance check this one out, but must read book one first.