Time for another look into Rebecca Berto’s world of The Rental!
Before I give you a few little teasers, I think it’s time we need to talk about Vee Wyland and Rick Delaney.
Vee is our main character in this little number, and if you haven’t figured it out already, Rick is her love interest. Now, before you all start assuming that Rick is Vee’s Christian Grey… this isn’t that kind of Erotic Romance. Vee and Rick were torn from each other once before, and after they reconnect, their worlds get turned upside down.
Due to a variety of hardships, Vee is left wondering where she belongs in this world that has been nothing but cruel to her. After some time spent in a cycle of work-eat-sleep, Vee runs into an old friend, aka Rick Delaney. This is where the adventure begins. While the story largely revolved around Vee’s journey to discovering who she is and what she wants in live, it is also about Rick’s journey.
Rick has his own set of hardships and it’s after reconnecting with Vee, he begins to rethink his own needs and desires. Together Vee and Rick come to the conclusion that they need one thing: each other. They lost each other once, could they survive a second separation?
Enough of my ramblings! Let’s take a look at the official Synopsis so you can get a real good feel of the world that is The Rental!
At first, Rick Delaney watched Vee Wyland with the hungry eyes of a fox as if she were a rabbit … his rabbit. But one day, he slunk away without notice.
Months away from graduating high school, Vee’s life is on the verge of crumbling. At home, dire finances and long hours test her family. Her boyfriend hardly pays attention to her. And she can’t shake her feelings for his older brother, Rick.
Then, all in one night, tragedy tears her teetering life into shreds.
When Rick and Vee reunite, the sparks fly. However, she unwittingly signs away a future for both of them. In his world, a place called The Rental, she becomes Victoria and Rick becomes Rhett. One part of her watches with fascination, while the other unfurls and embraces her sexual awakening. It began as a game, but the consequences are real.
Following their heart’s desire is forbidden, but walking away could strip their hope for a future.
The Rental is an erotic romance that explores how sex isn’t purely physical; sometimes, it’s a gateway to your soul.
Do I have your attention now? Good! Stay tuned for my next stop in The Rental‘s Cover Reveal Event because Rebecca has provided us with a whole chapter sneak peak to celebrate the release of the cover! How about another teaser before I go to tide you over? As is the material in the book, this teaser is intended for a mature audience:
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