by Kendall Grace

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Thunderstruck by Kendall Grace

Desperate to distance herself from her previous life, and her high-powered ex, Jo Montgomery moves to a tiny slice of Georgia, an impetuous decision if ever there was one. Though not nearly as impetuous as throwing herself into an intimate relationship with her new neighbor. Hawk Stephens, a horse breeder and local celebrity, is sex personified, a man built for dark deeds in dark places. But he wants far more from Jo.

Every instinct tells Silent Hawk that Jo is The One, and despite her obvious uncertainty, his Apache beliefs give him faith. The signs are unmistakable. His skittish little filly requires a strong hand, patience...and blazing, mind-bending sex that leaves no doubt to his feelings and intentions.

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BN ID: 2940156672288
Publisher: Grace Bradley Editing, LLC
Publication date: 11/08/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 247 KB

About the Author

Kendall Grace grew up in the Deep South, where she was taught to be all things Southern and proper. She always had a love for reading, but her passion for racy romance blossomed when she snuck a copy of Forever by Judy Blume past her mother at the bookstore. She's never strayed from that path.

She now resides in a large city in the South with her husband and two kids. When not performing the tasks of a Domestic Goddess and working the day job, she loves to sit down and write about steamy Southern men and the women who get caught up in their sexy drawls and chivalrous ways. She loves to hear from readers, so please visit her at

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Thunderstruck 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Patmelo More than 1 year ago
If you're looking for a true romance with some heatedly desire, a native american really hot and a woman risking a second chance at love, this is the book for you. The author is a wonderful writer, touching our emotions with depth and true love, family and showing us what really counts to be happy in life. The book flows with grace, word after word, and one thing is certain, there should be more Silent Hawks out there. Silent Hawk is a man trust worthy and loyal to his family, loyal to his feelings and when he truly loves there's nothing he won't do to get what he wants. I'm not telling but you'll see that he's a good listener too, accepting that he is not alone anymore and changes have to be made, forgiveness is the word. Jo is a woman scarred by her ass ex-husband, believe me he is awful, but she will risk everything to be happy again, overcoming her fears and trusting her heart. I really dig her, truly. Even though "ThunderStruck" is classified as western erotica, I find myself thinking this is truly a western romance and not so much erotica. If given a chance to read or buy this book, don't think twice about it, a true romance is flowing from this pages.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This e-book was a quick and easy read for me. Classified as 'Western Erotic Romance' from Ellora's Cave, it is on the 'steamier' side of sexy - one that worked for me. I have not read any work from this particular author before or from this particular direction of sub-genre, so I was very curious to see how the book developed. Jo Montgomery is a woman with baggage. It's the kind of baggage that has caused her to move to Georgia, seeking a fresh start and a little bit of peace where she isn't forced to face her past at every turn. Hawk Stephens, (aka Silent Hawk), is the man that can make Jo stop running, if she'll only give him a chance and trust him. Their chemistry is off the charts and when they are in a room together, the tension is palpable. The sex is hot, but not enough to fix their problems. I had fun with this book. It wasn't a heavy read and it didn't require me to engage myself too much. While it was fun, some aspects of the book were a bit boring - simply because it is difficult to write a fresh scene that hasn't been done before. (My opinion at least.) However, I liked the depth of the characters and I liked how developed the cultural aspects of the story were as well.