This story is book #2, in the Ringside Romance series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. To avoid spoilers, and to better understand the series, I recommend reading this in order.
Grady has reasons for being far from home. He is helped by a stranger one night, a night he barely remembers. What does impress him, is how little the stranger cares about his celebrity status, money, or h is family.
Max has his focus on his club, his friends, and keeping Ringside open. When he meets Grady, some of that focus is off. He cannot help but be attracted and quickly smitten with someone who needs him so badly.
This couple is obviously meant to be. It is a joy to read about men who can be both strong and sensitive. This book is packed full of lots to enjoy. There is heat, heart, and some hot sexy times. I give this story a 3/5 Kitty's Paws UP!
***This copy was given in exchange for an honest review by Netgalley and its publisher.
Title: Â Spring Fling
Authors: Â S. I. Hayes & J Haney
Publisher: Â S.I.H. & J. H.
Series: Â A County Fair Romance Book 3
Reviewed By: Â Arlena Dean
"Spring Fling" By: Â S. I. Hayes & J. Haney
These authors give the readers quite another good series...'A County Fair Romance Book 3' in 'Spring Fling that will keep you turning the pages till the end. Â I liked how this story picks up from Book 2 in 'Winter Kisses' that involves Fallon, Justin and the other interesting men in her life. Â As you read through the story one will finds that there will be many issues and insecurities that will befall on Fallon as she finds out about her multiple pregnancy. Â What I really enjoyed about this series was all of the help that was their for Fallon whether she wanted it or not. Â Some of the story will have you laughing at some of the bantering that does take place, to even some moments that will leave the reader in tears with some of the family craziness to that deep love for one another in this well written dramatic romantic story. Will there be a HEA and what's Â next for Hopkins/Blackthorne family?
My TBR for the read-a-thon is very eclectic.
1. The New Neighbor by Leah Stewart (Pop Sugar challenge - book with eccentric character) (Library Love challenge)
A story about a nosy elderly lady who investigates her new neighbor and tries to uncover the neighbor's secrets. Literary fiction that I really hope doesn't suck due to having a mystery plotline.
2. Deep Deception by Cathy Pegau (Booklikes-opoly)
F/F romance set in space. New-to-me author, although I follow her on Twitter because she makes life in Alaska look like fun.
3. Forbidden (Old West #1) by Beverly Jenkins (Booklikes-opoly)
New-to-me author, and I wanted to tackle one of her latest books to see if I like her writing style before diving into her backlist.
4. A Vision of Lucy (Rocky Creek #3) by Margaret Brownley
Not in a hurry to read this book. The beginning of the book was silly, with too much damsel in distress action that made me roll my eyes. A good laundry day type of book.
Miss Lily Strathmore has made a desperate bargain. One last adventure abroad with her botanist uncle and his family, and then she will do as her parents bid and wed the proper (and boring) viscount her mother has selected as Lily's ideal husband.
James Huntington is on a mission. Retrieve his grandfather's lost journals from the wilds of Tunisia, and win the estate and fortune he so desperately needs. This quest will be the making of him--or his ruin.
Thrown together on a botanical expedition, James and Lily's attraction is immediate, and impossible. Despite every reason to keep their distance, the two find themselves inexorably drawn together as they race to reach a hidden valley before their enemies can bring all their dreams crashing down.