HellKat

HellKat

by Robyn Roze

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Overview

Money can bury a lot of secrets.

Until it can't . . .

After uncovering shocking family secrets, Kat James discovers her life has been a lie. Even worse, her own family is responsible for the heinous deception.

Tucker Williams knows all about the damage caused by family secrets. He's been fighting the fallout from them since he was a kid. And he knows his battles are still far from over.

When Kat and Tucker meet, sparks fly. But their relationship will foster the meeting of two dangerous minds from within their own families; a merger of madness Kat and Tucker could not have anticipated. Because family is supposed to watch your back.

But sometimes they stab you in it instead.

(Standalone novel. No cliffhanger.)

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152838510
Publisher: Robyn Roze
Publication date: 06/18/2015
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 517 KB

About the Author

Robyn is an accountant by day, a writer by night. Her heroines are women she’d want as friends. Her heroes are men she’d never share, except with readers.

And when she’s not playing god in her fictional world, Robyn enjoys quality time with her high school sweetheart, their two eye-rolling teenagers, and the pampered rescue mutt who runs the show.

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HellKat 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
singneon More than 1 year ago
Wow!!! I am truly shocked, this book totally caught me off guard. Talk about family drama, this is like a scandalous TV show. The romance is intense and off the chain, love Tucker, he is so straight forward and determined, he accepts Kat as is, no he doesn't sugar coat, he just keeps it real and knows that whatever happens they are stronger together. Kat is smart and driven, she refuses to get caught up in her family name & money, she very independent like that. This apple fell far from the tree, the similarities in family drama only brings them closer. When the can of worms is opened there is Hell to pay and only the strong will survive. Very gripping, entertaining story that reveals that not so pleasant side of being privileged, very shocking turn of events. I was provided a copy of the ebook by Candid Book Reviews.
hmg_vermont More than 1 year ago
Robyn Roze is a new author for me and her writing is great. HellKat has flow and the opening scenes draw the reader in. The only thing I really didn’t like about the story is how long it took to get into the plot. I read half the book before I knew what the suspenseful plot was. I just wish the plot had been developed and shared sooner. I did, however, love Tucker! He was so passionate about what he believed in, about his feelings for Kat, he was persistent, sweet, and super sexy! I also liked Kat’s character. I love independent female characters that are willing to show a bit of their soft side to the man they fall in love with. Oh my and what about Kat and Tucker’s families? Can families really be that manipulative and hate each other that much? Life is hard enough without your family trying to cut you down at every turn. I did like the parallel between Kat’s life and Tucker’s life. Even though they grew up very differently they learn that they are not all that different. By far my favorite scene was Kat showing up in the board room unannounced and uninvited. I would have loved to be in that room and see her in action! Two of my favorite Tucker lines – it’s easy to see how you could fall in love with this man! “It’s okay to need people, Kat. It doesn’t’ make you weak. It makes you stronger. It makes us stronger – together.” “I knew I needed you before I even knew why.”
Book_Bling_Reviews More than 1 year ago
Yes! A heroine I can actually like. Kat is strong, independent and unwilling to lower her standards for anyone! That includes her drama-ridden family and any of a long list of just-not-the-one men. The hero, Tucker, is a cowboy with spurs who thinks Kat's wild side is right up his Stetson. All he has to do is convince Kat that he's the one for her, and that might prove twitchier than a bull in a hen house. Sparks fly, problems get solved, and lovers love, but not without some intelligent and suspenseful plot twists, crazy complications and satisfying character development. Move over milksops, HellKat's a keeper!
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Natasha Jackson for Readers' Favorite In HellKat we meet Kat, a woman of privilege who has turned her back on the family business. But instead of floundering because of her refusal to use her family, she finds her own success. Kat is great at being a business partner, but as a romantic partner…not so much. She goes through men, well, boys, in the words of Robyn Roze, “like haute couture on clearance.” That in a nutshell sums up Kat. At least it was until she met the sexy cowboy Tucker. He’s as tough, if not tougher, than Kat and he’s hellbent on being more than a night between the sheets. The chemistry between Kat and Tucker is off the charts and their initial witty banter makes their growing relationship believable. What I enjoyed most about HellKat is how genuine Tucker was. He wasn’t a player and although he was charming, he wasn’t slick and smarmy about it. Kat definitely has her walls up and it takes him some time to get her to warm to him, but when she does she’s all in before she even realizes it. Robyn Roze has written a wonderful story full of romance, suspense and mystery. I loved the way Kat's no holds barred personality easily translates from the boys in her life to the storm brewing within her own corrupt family. It was the strength of Kat and the way she came into herself as a full woman instead of a daughter, a businesswoman and a lover. She was determined, she grew, and she did what had to be done without taking any prisoners. It was a great story! Unexpectedly deep and very compelling!