The Hell Yeah! Sweeter Version Series Begins with Cowboy Heat (Hell Yeah! Sweeter Version: Book 1)
Aron McCoy has sworn off women, he has been burnt once and doesn't intend to fall back into the matrimonial trap again. When Libby Fontaine arrives at Aron's Tebow Ranch, she is determined to cram a lifetime of living into a few short months. The doctor has told her she can't count on her remission from leukemia being a permanent one. Their attraction to one another is instantaneous and overwhelming. But when Aron finds out that Libby is innocent - he backs off. He has nothing to offer a girl who deserves white lace and promises. Then Aron catches Libby skinny-dipping in his stock tank and hears her cry out his name in pleasure - and the heat is on.
**Content Warning: This version of the Hell Yeah! Series is LESS Explicit than the Erotic Version that is also available. If you'd like more explicit version look for the Hell Yeah! Series. Same book but with the graphic sexual content.
©2013, 2014 Sable Hunter (P)2014 Sable Hunter
I am a lover of books. I enjoy losing myself in a fabulous romance and great story plot.
Wow, this is one power-punched audiobook! Let's start with the dreamy narrator----OMG! Where the heck did he come from???? What a gorgeous, masculine voice of perfection with a nice, smooth Texan accent! I'm serious, Reid Kerr's voice is just delicious and natural. He does great things for this book---An already sumptuous, sweet, sexy, erotic read enhanced by Mr. Kerr.
This book was a great treat. No unnecessary drama, only a hot band of cowboy brothers who get introduced though out this book, and an incredibly hot chemical romance between Aaron and Libby. Libby, as a heroine, was sweetness personified and the reader is beckoned to root for her HEA every step of the way. You come to appreciate her love of life, as she was determined to be happy and not get burdened with small issues. It was interesting to read about a cancer patient on remission. I think that especially gave LIbby a wonderful, very grown-up character for her age. Aaron, the hero, and eldest of the brothers was a nice piece of Alpha-Male, cowboy fantasy..LOL. I appreciated how became more and more tangled in his love affair with LIbby. His growing nicknames were so sweet and endearing. Both Aaron and Libby enjoy a heated, but sweet romance that lights up as quick as wildfire with a widespread impact. But, you won't find a better pair of leads who deserve their HEA as this pair.
I enjoyed the writing as it was interlaced with fun sayings and cute metaphors. This read/listen is pretty smooth sailing. There are struggles and barriers, but they're very minimal. The focus is on the developing romance between Libby and Aaron along with the character development of the brothers.
WHEN LIBBY TOLD JOSEPH OR NOAH ABOUT HER CANCER
THE FIRST THEY WERE TOGETHER
YES, THE NARRATOR WAS ABSOLUTELY AWESOME, I TEND TO LIKE MEN NARRATOR BETTER THAN I DO WOMEN
I read this book and loved it. Sable Hunter makes you truly love the characters and keeps you wanting to know what happens next. It is the great beginning to an excellent series. The icing on the cake is Reid Kerr and his truly gifted voice. He has the perfect voice for a sexy Texas man. He could probably read me the phonebook and I'd listen.
I can't wait for all the rest of the Hell Yeah series to be released on audio.
I read the reviews before purchasing, and I must have listen to a different book than other 2 reviewers. It was childish, completely predictible, and had zero memorable moments or believable characters! Sorry to say.. is the honest truth! Don't waist your credit on this one.....
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