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Rhyolite Drifts

Rhyolite Drifts

by J. Hughey
Rhyolite Drifts

Rhyolite Drifts

by J. Hughey



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Abandoned by Hotness.
Held hostage by the Yellowstone eruption, I'm stuck at home instead of loving life at college.
Sanity is restored when my college roommate arrives, but I'm still trapped in my hometown with a bunch of people just trying to survive. Some of them are surprisingly interesting, like the HAM radio opera singer lady. Or the pop star who crushes on me while waiting for an air filter for his tour bus.
Unfortunately there's also my roommate's gangster little brother who pushes Grandma to her conservative edge, and the local entrepreneurs determined to capitalize on hard times. They tick me off.
Despite all this I'm determined to find a path to the fabled land of Adulthood even if my heart is broken and all the roads are ash covered.
And where the heck did that Nebraskan cattle rancher go, anyway?

Everything is changing but my heart and my hopes don't want to change with it.

Rhyolite Drifts is book two in the Yellowblown™ Series by J. Hughey. Eruption: Yellowblown™ Book One is highly recommended to be read first, and was a BTS eMag Red Carpet finalist in 2014.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940151473484
Publisher: Jill Hughey
Publication date: 05/11/2015
Series: Yellowblown™ , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 280
File size: 946 KB

About the Author

J. Hughey knows what a girl wants. Independence. One or two no-matter-what-happens friends. A smokin’ hot romance. A basic understanding of geological concepts. Huh? Okay, maybe not every girl is into geology, but J. Hughey is, and in the Yellowblown™ series she combines her passion for a timeless love story with her interest in geeky stuff to help Violet Perch get a life, despite an ongoing global catastrophe.

J. Hughey also writes historical romance as Jill Hughey.

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