- File Size: 738 KB
- Print Length: 247 pages
- Publisher: Shannyn Leah (June 8, 2018)
- Publication Date: June 8, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07DPVWZBL
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #280,164 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Stone (Bad Boys of Willow Valley) Kindle Edition
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After reading Dax, I fell in love with Willow Valley and the boys of Willow Valley, so I was delighted to read Stone's story. This author did a great job with Dax's story, but Stone and Bowie’s story is phenomenal! This book is unequivocally Shannon Leah's best book yet! The writing is masterful, the characters are endlessly endearing and the storyline is captivating, compelling and thrilling. I fervidly disliked Bowie at the beginning of the book, and that was before I found out all the ways she betrayed and hurt Stone. It speaks to this author's talent that she was not only able to win me over, but she had me cheering for Bowie and Stone's happily ever after.
Not only are the main characters loveable, but the secondary characters are equally as entertaining and likeable. I can’t wait to read more from Willow Valley (give us Hawk's story already!). I’m curious to see if Bowie's brother, Reed, will get his own story, and I didn’t get nearly enough of the bickering between Stone's dad and Bowie's mother figure. I want more! The Willow Valley characters have utterly charmed and captivated me and I'll be metaphorically dogging this author's heels to get my hands on the next book in the series. If you like your romance sweet but with great chemistry as well as heartfelt with a dash of intensity, you’ll love Stone and Bowie's story. This book will lure you in, bewitch and beguile you, give you a kick of adrenaline and leave your heart in bliss by the end. Don’t miss this fantastic read!
*I reviewed this book freely and voluntarily, having made no commitment to provide a review and receiving no compensation of any kind from any source for this review.
Love & anger are two extreme emotions. Both have their own form of heat. Stone's anger at Bowie is more hurt at her betrayal than true anger. He has to learn to listen to what she says & give forgiveness or he will stay bitter & alone. Bowie has to realize there is such a thing as tough love & her brother needs that more than the pandering & spoiling. He needs to grow up & atone for his actions. Another great story!
That all turns to hell in a handbasket when Bowie, the one who walked away, walks back into his life, asking him to again risk his life in the ring, now to save her brother, who after a vehicle crash, is confined to a wheelchair. He’s prepared to turn his back on her and her self-centred brother, until, he finds out his opponent is Walker, the man who almost beat him to death last time in a one sided and cowardly attack.
It’s been a long time since I’ve hated a secondary character this much. A secondary character who is the focal point in the direction of this story. And, it’s not Walker, but Bowie’s brother. Wheelchair bound or not, I wanted to kick this selfish and destructive man in the balls because he didn’t deserve to own any – yep, seriously. Until, I got further into the book, and as the years of loss, anger and resentment unfolded between everyone, Shannyn Leah changed my mind and my outlook. This one runs high on emotions and tension, that’s for sure!
I enjoyed everything about this book, from the plot through to all of the characters, whether they be main or secondary, and to be honest, they were all entertaining in their own way, even Hawk, who seemed to live to annoy the hell out of Marnie, Dax’s office worker-slash-car restorer. The book I’m looking forward to next is theirs, and I can’t wait. 5 absolute Stars!