- File Size: 2171 KB
- Print Length: 94 pages
- Publisher: Kindle Worlds (February 19, 2018)
- Publication Date: February 19, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079YTM5XM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,875 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Hell Yeah!: Without You (Kindle Worlds Novella) (Letting Go Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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Hell Yeah is one of my favorite kindle worlds and Rhonda's contributions never fail to please.
In this one we meet Kiernan and her son Cullen. She has returned to Kerrville after having her shop fail in California. Being with family and friends is what she believes they both need.
Mason has always been a little in love with Kiernan, beginning with a stolen kiss behind the barn when they were kids. Now he hopes he has a chance with her.
Now you know things can't go smoothly and boy do they get out of whack fast. No one is more surprised than Kiernan when she is confronted by her ex, Cullen's father as she is cleaning stalls on her family ranch.
I loved the way Kiernan takes charge and then confronts Mason to dispel any thoughts he might have of her still being involved with her ex. These two are perfect for each other and the temperature between them rises rapidly.
Mason's interactions with Cullen are priceless. Family is well meaning but well you know how that stuff usually goes.
Plenty of things to make you laugh, sniffle and keep you on the edge of your seat as this tale unfolds.
First of all, I enjoyed reading about Kiernan. Not because she was struggling but because even though she was, she was doing everything in her power to do right by her son. I can understand the need to protect. The scene where she is dropping him off at a new school for the first day and her internal struggle is to drive away and take him away from everyone that you know will be mean to him. Yet, her son was reassuring her that he was going to be OK.
I also loved the character of Mason. In my mind, he is the perfect gentleman. He is protective, sweet, caring, understanding but yet if you cross him or hurt someone he cares about you will see a whole other side. I loved his speech to Kiernan about being her shoulder to help with the burden. Didn't hurt that he definitely knows his way around the bedroom also!!
Kiernan comes back to her hometown with her son, Cullen. Her motherly instinct to keep her son safe made me think of my own sons. Kiernan's strength as a mom and a woman made me smile.
Mason remembers Kiernan from their teen years, before Kiernan left to see what else was out there. Away from country living. Now shes back. Sexy protective cowboys are my weakness. Mason has that is spades. He will do anything he can to keep Kiernan and her son safe. He needs to find the person who is trying to scare her?
Two strong characters that kept me turning the pages until I found myself smiling again with their HEA
I highly recommend all of Rhonda's Letting Go Books.
Mason is the local dr, who is also helping where he can. While driving he comes upon a lady in trouble and as the helpful man he is pulls over to help. Mason didn’t expect to see who he did, his girl from the past was staring at him. Kiernan finds solace in Mason and with him she is able to deal with trouble head on to make sure she is in her hometown where her and her son belong!
Rhonda was able to bring to light just a few of the struggled one has to endure with genetic disease. Not only does she reflect on the patient but the caregiver. This made the characters not only more human but hopefully gives the reader an feeling for what so many have to deal with and show compassion when needed.
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Mason and Kiernan’s story was a quick read, but still so thoroughly enjoyable.Read more
Once again Rhonda has brought a story of a strong, but caring hero who meets his heroine and finds a person whom he realizes is the one for him.Read more