- Mass Market Paperback: 366 pages
- Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (1 Jan. 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1402239270
- ISBN-13: 978-1402239274
- Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 10.8 x 17.1 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,906,757 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Hell, Yeah (Honky Tonk) Mass Market Paperback – 1 Jan 2011
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"Carolyn Brown does for the book world...what wrangler jeans does for cowboys...they are both a perfect fit! " - Cheryl's Book Nook
"City and country gals alike will enjoy this fun, sassy and fast-paced romance... Brown does an amazing job. " - RT Book Reviews
"HELL, YEAH is a fast, fun read that will make you want to listen to country music, drink beer from a mason jar, and find a good-lookin' cowboy to dance with on a hot summer night." - The Book Girl
"There's sexy cowboys, independent women, references to great old country songs with a storyline that will have you laughing, crying, and saying 'oh, my!' as your pulse races and your go weak in the knees." - Thoughts in Progress
"Carolyn Brown brings sexy back with wrangler butts that will drive you nuts!" - My Overstuffed Bookshelf
"A rowdy Texas ride for the romantic in all of us." - Best Romance Stories
"Hell Yeah, you will love this book!" - Fresh Fiction
"Combine good looking people, country music (which I love!) and whiskey and beer drinking, well... You can't really go wrong. " - Red Headed Book Child
""Hell, Yeah" is sure to make you put on your best dancing cowboy boots and take your sweetie for a swing on the dance floor." - The Romance Dish
"*Hat tip* to Carolyn Brown for this awesome country romance!" - The Cajun Book Lady
""Hell, Yeah" lives up to it's name. It's a whole lot of fun. Ms. Brown's characters are real and engaging." - The Long and Short of It
About the Author
Carolyn Brown is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of contemporary, historical, and western romance and a RITA Award finalist. The Lullaby Sky is her eightieth published novel. She and her husband live in the small town of Davis, Oklahoma, where everyone knows everyone else, as well as what they re doing and when and they read the local newspaper on Wednesdays to see who got caught. Carolyn and her husband have three grown children and enough grandchildren to keep them young. When she s not writing, she likes to sit in her gorgeous backyard with her two tomcats, Chester Fat Boy and Boots Randolph Terminator Outlaw, and watch them protect the yard from all kinds of wicked varmints like crickets, locusts, and spiders.
Top Customer Reviews
This one is part of the Honky Tonk series, but they can be read as stand alone novels. So fear not people with OCD reading out of order issues. I did fine it was a new couple, a new start, but the same bar. But this is book 2, and there is a new owner of the Honky Tonk bar.
Cathy is running the place when handsome Travis Henry walks in. Sparks fly, but he is only there for a short period of time before moving on. She is not ready to fall for a guy, but who can say no to the electricity in the air.
Cathy was strong, and she had no trouble speaking her mind. She was a redneck woman and proud of it, and she loved her bar. She had also been hurt bad by a guy, and has trust issues. But she does lust after Travis. Oh yes Travis, handsome as the devil, but a total nerd who loves rock and wears glasses, oh and he is a cowboy too of course. Be still my heart. He wanted her, and he kept coming back.
This was a sweet romance book with a passion building up between these two. They didn't jump right on it, but it took some time. First they become friends, then something more. There is also a bunch of other characters, all with charm, and the next heroine is being introduced, and I am sure she is gonna have one good book too.
I may not have known any of the songs mentioned, or anything about oil, or line dancing, but who cares, cos this book was sweet, and it made me want to walk into a western bar and have a look for myself what the deal was.