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Hell, Yeah (Honky Tonk) by Carolyn Brown - Romance>Contemporary
Are sparks gonna fly when he shows up?
Praise for Carolyn Brown:
"Carolyn Brown takes her audience by storm...I was mesmerized."
—The Romance Studio
"Carolyn Brown creates a bevy of delightful and believable characters."
—The Long and Short of It Reviews
She's finally found a place that feels like home...
When Cathy O'Dell buys the Honky Tonk, the nights of cowboys and country tunes come together to create the home she's always wanted. Then in walks a ruggedly handsome oil man who tempts her to trade in the happiness she's found at the Honky Tonk for a life on the road with him...
He lives the good life...
Gorgeous and rich, Travis Henry travels the country unearthing oil wells and then moving on. Then the beautiful blue-eyed new owner of the Honky Tonk beer joint becomes his best friend and so much more. When his job is done in Texas, how is he ever going to hit the road without her?
Praise for One Lucky Cowboy:
"This is not your mother's western romance! Brown's plot-driven cowboy romance will earn a spot on your keeper shelf."
"Sheer fun... pure romance."
–Romance Reader at Heart
Reader Rating: 5.0 (1 Ratings)
Reader Reviews (1)
Submitted By: DrJ on Feb 28, 2012I love Carolyn Brown's work and this is no exception. A fun read with all the character and mayhem of cowboys and relationships with them. The characters are strong and real, the action fun and engaging. Just a wonderful, delightful novel that is really a keeper!
Hell, YeahBy: Carolyn Brown