Now Rebel, I just loved him straight away. I think because he came across as someone who had his head straight, and basically, would love someone to love him for himself, not for who he is in the adult entertainment world.
Now Troy is totally different, he doesn't reveal much about himself, and perhaps this is why I didn't warm to him initally. As you read through the book though, you find out more of who Troy actually is, and then you begin to realise why he acts like he does.
When Troy and Rebel first meet, you could say he was slighly starstuck when he sees who he has to deliver the break up song to, but from their first meeting it seems like something clicked - but was it just because Troy was starstruck or did he see something else in Rebel.
Troy and Rebel sort of begin dating, but Troy is still not sure what it is he feels for Rebel, or what Rebel wants from him. Rebel realises that he has to tread lightly with Troy, that he is actually quite fragile, but he needs to get Troy to trust him and that is going to be very hard.
Will Troy believe that Rebel actually wants a relationship with him, and is he actually what Rebel has been searching for all his life? Time will tell if Rebel can break through the barriers that Troy has put up, but with good reason when you find out more about him.
Although it took me a little while to get into this book, once I got into the story, I was hooked, and I will say that I am looking forward to reading more in this series.