- File Size: 424 KB
- Print Length: 246 pages
- Publisher: Unknown (October 27, 2017)
- Publication Date: October 27, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074D1J68Z
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,893 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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No this review will not deter me from her future books but this one to ME is a definite fail.
Hannah... Kudos to this fabulous heroine. She was a hardworking mama, stuck to her man's side (even when he didn't fully stick to hers) & was seriously kick-a** with her gun. I don't know how she put up with that b**** Allegra for so long or how she lived in the same house with Travis without that emotional support she deserved from him but she did it beautifully.
Travis... I liked him but not as much as I liked Hannah. Aside from the fact that he could've done more to fix his situation with Allegra & the gross detail about how he was "fascinated by her milk-filled breasts" (Allegra's) back in the day... he was a good guy. You can't fault him for wanting a relationship with his daughter, Alex, but I wish he would've taken TJ, Reggie & Hannah into consideration a bit more too.
Loved the way Wolf, Dante, Michael & others had this couple's back! Can't wait to see Dante get his happy in the future!!
Looking forward to the next book in the series, Burn in Hail. Hennessey & Tate's happily ever after should be great! :)
Fantastic #2 in the Hail Raisers series. Had a bunch of information surrounding Dante, who I am eager for his book. Travis you feel for what he is going through but sometimes you want to smack him. Hannah is wonderful but she also has a back bone and loved the bits with her brother. Another brilliant read from Lani Lynn Vale.
Go to Hail kicks off with a hero that, frankly, at first glance it’s kind of hard to sympathize with. The more I dug into his story, the clearer the picture became, and it wasn’t quite as simple as just standing up to his awful ex-wife. He was stuck in the kind of situation that any divorced couple would describe as their worse-case scenario with their former spouse. Caught between the proverbial rock and a hard place, Travis was trying to keep everyone happy but failing miserably because, in reality, no one was. I have to hand it to Hannah, though. She was a saint, and I loved her. She was strong, she was patient and caring, and when any other woman would have given up—rightfully so—she hung in there with him and held their family together the best she could have given the circumstances they were in.
I loved this couple. They had so much stacked against them, and when it would have been easier on everyone to just throw in the towel, they didn’t. When one was weak, the other was strong, and even though through the times when they weren’t together in the truest sense of the word, they were still hanging on, still a family, still loving each other. It’s a delicate balance for a romance author to portray a hero with so many flaws without making him appear to be weak – especially when said hero is actually quite the alpha male. Vale did just that with Travis, and in doing so, she was able to play up the strength of the heroine, and honestly, it was a refreshing change of pace.
Lani Lynn Vale has taken lots of risks with her writing in the past two years, and each time she steps out of that comfort zone, I’m truly impressed. Go to Hail is another example of Lani at her best – giving her readers a hot and hilarious love story with a lot of heart. Five smooches from me!