My Give a Damn's Busted
"Carolyn brown has done a wonderful job of kicking up a sexy new series that will leave you boot scootin' to the store to get your hands on it!"—My Overstuffed Bookshelf He's just doing his job... If Hank Wells thinks he can dig up dirt on the new owner of the Honky Tonk beer joint for his... show more
"Carolyn brown has done a wonderful job of kicking up a sexy new series that will leave you boot scootin' to the store to get your hands on it!"—My Overstuffed Bookshelf He's just doing his job... If Hank Wells thinks he can dig up dirt on the new owner of the Honky Tonk beer joint for his employer, he's got no idea what kind of trouble he's courting... She's not going down without a fight... If any dime store cowboy think's he's going to get the best of Larissa Morley—or her Honky Tonk—then he's got another think coming... As secrets emerge, and passion vies with ulterior motives, it's winner takes all at the Honky Tonk... Praise for I Love This Bar: "Funny, witty, heartfelt and sexy...a great start to what is sure to be a sizzling series!!!!"—Book Junkie "I love this book! I brings feelings similar to riding down dirt roads, windows down and singing along with your favorite songs. I was so sad to find myself on the last page."—The Romance Studio "Sometimes humorous, sometimes touching, and Brown's fans will be pleased to reconnect with her trademark cast of quirky characters."—Booklist starred review "I just can't get enough of [Carolyn Brown's] books. This book will make you kick up your heels and holler for more!"—Cheryl's Book Nook Praise for Hell, Yeah "Fun, Sassy and fast-paced romance..."Romantic Times, 4 Stars
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 1st 2010
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Honky Tonk (#3)
This story started out slow with background description of too many characters. The plot has been used before and there was lots of exaggeration It picked up midway but I was already skimming. Hank and bar owner Larrisa get in auto accident and he has hidden agenda.
I really liked Larissa and Hank but I thought the story was too long and repetitive at times. I did like the authors use of country music songs and/or lyrics to make her point. This wasn't as good as book 2 in the series, which is the only other one I've read, but I will be reading others as I jus...