Rossi sister. Rossi princess. Rossi girl.
Believe me, I’ve heard them all. And it’s getting really old.
The problem is, my brothers don’t think I should be a part of the family business. They want me to stay in the background. Keep my nose clean. Study international relations.
I think they’re wrong. I want to be involved, and when I come up with a plan that works, I dive in with both feet. The target: Dax Romano, head of one of the wealthiest families in New York. The mission: Meet with him and charm him into an alliance with the Rossi family. The goal: Use his wealth and power to help my family win this war against the Massimos.
The thing I don’t see coming?
Dax Romano. He’s gorgeous and intense and seductive, and before I know what’s happening, I’m swept up by him and thrown into more danger than I could ever imagine. And Dax might be the only man who can save me.
Another day. Another boring schedule.
Until Dante Rossi barges into my life and changes everything.
She’s spoiled and obnoxious, and beautiful enough that I can forget both of those things. She’s also half my age.
In short, she’s trouble, and I shouldn’t want anything to do with her. I don’t want the new allies she’s promising. I certainly don’t want to get involved in the war the Rossis have brewing.
But I’m finding it awfully hard to say no to her.
Especially when I find out that the family the Rossis and Brennans are fighting is the same family that killed my brother.
Now they’re after Dante. They’ve kidnapped her and tried to kill her, and though I know I shouldn’t care for her—I know I’m far too old to want anything with her—I can’t seem to stop trying to protect her.
From the Massimos. From herself. And even from me.
But now that I’ve found her, I’m not willing to let her go.
And not even the Massimos are going to change that.
Her Rebellion is the first book in the Dante and Dax duo of the New York Rogues: Rossi series. This book promises enemies to lovers, age gap, grumpy sunshine, forbidden love, mafia war, and brother’s enemy, and will have you craving a Dax Romano of your very own.