- File Size: 2500 KB
- Print Length: 130 pages
- Publisher: Kindle Worlds (November 6, 2016)
- Publication Date: November 6, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N8WMVO2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #89,728 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Hell Yeah!: Letting Go (Kindle Worlds Novella) Kindle Edition
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Brooke is dealing with scars that she can't seem to move past. A call from an attorney changes the course of her life and brings her to the one man who could help her move on.
Tuff is just trying to make ends meets. Being the caretaker to his younger brother and sister while working the land is all he has time for. Finding out that he might have to leave the home he has made for his family has him worried.
However when these two meet, there is chemistry they can't deny. Brooke just has to let down her walls and let Tuff chase away the demons.
I truly love seeing Sable Hunter's McCoy family through the eyes of different authors.
In this book we meet a distant relative of the McCoy's, Tuff (Ted) who works on Tebow Ranch but lives in the guest house on the Winslow farm. Together with his brother Danny and sister Chelsea they all helped out the owner Miss Beatrice when they could. Now she is gone and the fate of the farm and their home lies in the hands of her granddaughter.
Brooke survived an accident in which the person at fault and her daughter died. She has scars both inside and out most from the accident and one from after. Although she is in a better place now, she is still hiding from others and herself. She needs a change, even her doctor sees that.
That change comes in an unexpected way. Her grandmother Beatrice died leaving her the farm she has only childhood memories of. She always wondered why her grandmother never reached out to her. Now she was going back there but she is determined not to stay. She's going to fix up what needs to be fixed and sell the place.
There is an instant attraction between Brooke and Tuff but true to form Brooke fights it. She doesn't want to get close to anyone, doesn't want to reveal anything about herself. It's a good thing Tuff is the persistent type.
Rhonda hits some sensitive issues in this one and handles them very well. The budding romance, her attitude toward owning the farm, and her interactions with Tuff's siblings all become milestones.
A perfect example of why I absolutely love the McCoy's and everything I read of Rhonda's.
You let a McCoy slay your demons and heal your heart. That's what!!
Brooke ends up in Kerrville, Texas, home of all those hot McCoy brothers of Sable Hunter's Hell Yeah series. Tuff McCoy, one of their distant cousins, along with his younger brother and sister, is living in the guest house of the ranch left to Brooke by her deceased grandmother. Tuff breaks through her barriers, slays her demons and heals her heart. Was it easy and quick? No it wasn't. It took time and patience on Tuff's part, to show Brooke that she was worth something, to herself and him, and that she deserved to be loved.
So much compassion and love between these 2 ends up with a very sexy and steamy game of pool and some very hot sex scenes.
I love this addition to the Hell Yeah kindle world family.
I was able to get an arc of this book and this is my honest review!!
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