Skye Blue

Skye Blue

by Sable Hunter


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781534908383
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/24/2016
Pages: 236
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Sable Hunter is a New York Times, USA Today bestselling author of nearly 50 books in 7 series. She writes sexy contemporary stories full of emotion and suspense. Her focus is mainly cowboy and novels set in Louisiana with a hint of the supernatural. Sable writes what she likes to read and enjoys putting her fantasies on paper. Her books are emotional tales where the heroine is faced with challenges. Her aim is to write a story that will make you laugh, cry and swoon. If she can wring those emotions from a reader, she has done her job. Sable resides in Austin, Texas with her two dogs. Passionate about all animals, she has been known to charm creatures from a one ton bull to a family of raccoons. For fun, Sable haunts cemeteries and battlefields armed with night-vision cameras and digital recorders hunting proof that love survives beyond the grave. Welcome to her world of magic, alpha heroes, sexy cowboys and hot, steamy to-die-for sex. Step into the shoes of her heroines and escape to places where right prevails, love conquers all and holding out for a hero is not an impossible dream.

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Skye Blue 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
DBTan More than 1 year ago
Oh, Noah!!! His good intentions are almost always misunderstood by others. . . I am so glad that we finally get to see his redemption. Noah and Skye are like 2 halves of one. They complement each other. They heal each other's hurt. They are so meant to be with each other. Another touching and heartwarming book in the Hell, Yeah! series that is guaranteed to be one of your favorites!
emilyk52281 More than 1 year ago
I loved "Skye Blue". I've been a fan of Sable's work since I happened upon the first book in the Hell Yeah Series "Cowboy Heat". I fell in love with the McCoy family. In "Skye Blue" we get Noah's story, as well as catching up with the rest of the family. I'm looking forward to read what happens in the next book in the series "I'll Remember You" coming out at Christmas! I highly recommend all of Sable's work!
Gina_M More than 1 year ago
One thing I love about the Hell Yeah Series is that Sable writes about strong women and each of their stories are very different. They are perfect matches for the McCoy men who love unconditionally and with their whole heart! Faced with the uncertainty of his true identity and without Aron there to lean on, Noah struggles with where he fits within the McCoy family. He falls in love with Skye who hasn’t had an easy life. She has had to endure abuse, rape and a false imprisonment. But even with the raw deal she was handed and the prejudices she’s had to endure, she is not bitter and may be the one person who can help Noah accept his situation. “There’s a rhythm, a natural order of things, a perfect energy which empowers all aspects of life. When one becomes aware of this energy, it doesn’t make you special or unique, it reminds us that life goes on. We can make the most out of what we’re given, or throw up our hands and quit. There isn’t some grand scheme. What we make of our life is up to us, it’s our choice.” The love and respect that the McCoy parents instilled in their boys are always prevalent and it makes each of their love stories more romantic (in their own way) than the brother before. The drama, suspense, romance and HOT sex will captivate you and you won’t be able to put this book down!
Tina-Brimlow More than 1 year ago
Every book Sable Hunter has me entranced in her stories. She makes me fall more in love with each McCoy. Sky Blue-She is a woman I could admire. She is strong willed and beautiful. For all the crap she went through with the rape, prison, and her new tormentor, she always found a way to care for others. I loved Skye because what she went through so many people go through still. This culture should be admired and disrespected on. I love that her spirit animal is an Owl for they are beautiful Creatures. Sable did a good job on choosing that for her. I loved the stories Skye told Noah about her culture. They were very inspiring. I loved how she stood up to Langley to keep him from shooting Noah. Noah McCoy what can I say about this McCoy? Let see, oh I wish he was real. I love how smart he is and how much he cared for his family. My heart dropped for him when he found his mom diary. But when he left with Skye he as well found his spirit animal. His was the wolf and I couldn't picture a better animal that would be suited for him. I loved how strong he was and how he accepted Skye and her family's history. And of course excepting her past. I loved how he defended her again Langley. I also want to mention that when he opened up to BDSM I smiled. Cause now he understands Issac a little more. I just want to point out that I as well would like to meet a man who will leave pebbles by my bed, beside my keurig, and in the middle of the night stand outside my window with a barrel full of pebbles and tossing them at my window. Read the book and you will know what I mean. This is an amazing read. I highly recommend it to everyone. It made me laugh and it made me cry but its all worth it.
cdlacombe2 More than 1 year ago
First let me say, I love Sable Hunter's books. I will read anything she writes. This book is Noah's story. Wow, I did not see that one coming. The revelation about Noah just literally blew me away. And Skye, just how much she had to endure in her life all because she was part Indian, that was just a travesty. And Noah steps up to the plate and is her salvation. How do you say? Read the book to find out. The sex scenes were really erotic, graphic and hot!! And of course, we get a little more teaser about Aron, where he is possibly at. Jacob and Jessie have the baby in this one and there is drama surrounding this event too. I absolutely loved this book. If you are keeping up with the Hell Yeah series, then this is a must read, but you need to start at the beginning and read them in order. Now I can't wait for the next one. Hell Yeah, bring it on!!!
Arch_Angel More than 1 year ago
Powerful, heart wrenching and passionate! Skye Blue pulls the reader deeper into the emotional turmoil surrounding the McCoys of Tebow and the ever-present threat that a devastating loss is just around the corner.  If the previous story and the revelation that Aron McCoy was alive but clearly suffering amnesia, left you heart-broken and crushed, then this latest story will rock the very foundation of your soul. Fighting despair and the too real possibility that the eldest McCoy may be lost to them forever, the fragile bindings holding the McCoys together are continually tested and in no need of further strain. But fate is a cruel taskmaster; so while a long awaited birth brings joy and sorrow, a mystery illness will threaten the life of another and her unborn twins; and the always, reliable, solid and no nonsense Noah will discover a long hidden secret that is destined to shatter his belief in himself and the trust in his family.   In the midst of insurmountable change Noah will be forced to look beyond the black and white; and through the eyes of an incredibly pure and gentle soul, discover the man he is meant to be and the strength that abounds from unconditional love. Thank you Sable Hunter for beauty amongst the tragedy, and hope amid despair; a little of my heart will always belong to the McCoys.