- File Size: 300 KB
- Print Length: 128 pages
- Publisher: Kindle Worlds (February 13, 2017)
- Publication Date: February 13, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06WLKZVCW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #223,949 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Hell Yeah!: Off the Grid (Kindle Worlds Novella) Kindle Edition
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I received a complimentary advanced copy of this book.
Off the Grid is a story that will make your heart flutter and give you the warmest tingles. I swear this book totally made me so happy that I was simply swept away by the magic of the story. It was a simple and cute romance but it still packed a punch on the emotions. I was a mess while reading this book. It was not overly cheesy but it held such light undertones that got through my skin. I fell in love with the story so much. Off the Grid was a story about young woman trying to find her meaning in life. As humans we go through that a lot. We all want to find our selves and how we fit in life. We all struggle day by day to find who we are. I felt that this story I could totally relate to a lot. Off the Grid is totally a light and addictive read that wraps you up and just make you feel good. It made me feel good.
In Off the Grid, we are introduced to two characters from two different worlds. Nikola, a rich girl and Colton an energy farmer who definitely put the word that opposites do attract. They had that real and honest chemistry that I could not get enough. It was so infectious that I found myself smiling from ear to ear. Nikola was a funny, beautiful, caring and spunky girl. I totally related to her and she made me smile. At first I did not like Colton because he was an a** but he later grew on me when he started to care, I loved that.
Off the Grid was certainly an amazing book to read. I was so floored by the book. I cannot wait what Kelly Collins writes next.
>I am an independent reviewer. This is the first book in the Hell Yea series and ends in an HEA. Nikola is the daughter of rich, but absent parents. She is cut off by them in an effort of tough love and told to find her purpose in order to gain control of her inheritance. She is 25 years old. Her parents took a very long time to try and “fix” the monster they created. She decides to live in a self-sustaining cabin in order to think and reassess her life.
>Colton is the landlord of the cabin in the middle of nowhere, Texas. He is a little hard on Nik, at first. He doesn’t realize she is famous. There was a lot of humor, Green Acres-style, watching Nik read books to try and plant a garden and live without internet. When her hair extensions started to fall out and Colton thought she was molting, I laughed aloud.
>The relationship with Colton and Nik happened quickly. I guess living so close and being the only company could cause the attraction. Nik was a lot less helpless than she could have been. She was a good cook and was willing to listen to advice on the garden in order to succeed. Her friend, Max, was a fairly useless side character. The only purpose he had was as a sounding board for Nik and a source of jealousy for Colton.
>This book is appropriate for an adult audience. I am giving the book 4 stars. The story was quirky and cute.
Nikola should be someone you don’t like, she’s a rich pampered princess, her parents give her 3 months to find some meaning to her life, she thinks she can do this by proving to them she can live off the grid and taking care of herself, little does she imagine what will happen next.
Colton Becket is trying to make his green life work, he plans to work hard to make it all work, and hard he does. Barter hard that is.
This is an over 18’s novel, so it is hot and heavy, but there is also a side we don’t see in this genre of books, and that’s green living. Kelly Collins has brought a different side of life alive to a different audience.