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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

A SWEET COUNTRY COMTEMPORARY ROMANCE!

HELL YEAH by Carolyn Brown is a contemporary romance set in today's time in Mingus, Texas. It is the second in the Honky Tonk series but can be read as a stand alone. It is well written with details and depth, although, it starts out a little slow it picks up quickly. T...
HELL YEAH by Carolyn Brown is a contemporary romance set in today's time in Mingus, Texas. It is the second in the Honky Tonk series but can be read as a stand alone. It is well written with details and depth, although, it starts out a little slow it picks up quickly. The plot and characters are easy to follow and just as easy to fall in love with. It has romance, country music, line dancing, passion, sweet sensuality, danger, friends, finding your true love, adventure, ending your past and starting a new future with love and passion. The hero, Travis, is handsome, tall, sexy, tough, rich, wears glasses, is a petroleum engineer, a cowboy, enjoys country music and lusts after our heroine, Cathy. The heroine, Cathy, is tall, sexy, strong, owns the Honky Tonk, is a bartender, a accountant, smart, speaks her mind, tough, and has trust issues. She is Daisy from I Love This Bar's cousin. She had a bad experience with her ex, so comes to Mingus to begin over. Meets Travis, on New Year Eve, by him walking in and kissing her. Sparks fly between the two of them. Cathy is kidnapped by her ex, Travis goes to find her, together they go to settle problem with Cathy's ex. They are falling in love but each thinks the other would not give up their careers, or would become resentful of the other if they did. So Travis heads to Alaska while Cathy stays at the Honky Tonk, but all will not be lost......This is a sweet story with romance, coming together of two hearts and making their dreams come true together. The secondary characters are just as interesting and I am sure we will meet them again in the next installment of the Honky Tonk series. We also meet a newcomer to the bar, Larissa, who I hope will hear more of in the future. I would recommend this book and also if you have not read I Love This Bar pick it up also, you will not regret it, I don't think. This book was received for review and details can be found at Sourcebooks and My Book Addiction and More.

posted by AAR on August 23, 2010

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Only So-So

The blurb made this book sound really good -- but I found the author spent to much time trying to show off her country music knowledge and forcing in characters that didn't advance the plot.

Also, the "crime" and subsequent rescue/resolution was very forced.

The m...
The blurb made this book sound really good -- but I found the author spent to much time trying to show off her country music knowledge and forcing in characters that didn't advance the plot.

Also, the "crime" and subsequent rescue/resolution was very forced.

The many characters had some witty exchanges and if you can overlook the above it is a quick read and probably better than a lot of the current offerings on tv.

posted by 9281774 on October 7, 2011

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