Kiss My Boots (Coming Home Series #2) – Harper Sloan 💜💜💜💜💜
When Quinn Davis hears Tate Montgomery’s voice for the first time in 9 years, this could easily have been a tale of angst, grudges and unforgivable heartbreak. Quinn didn’t leave it there. She had questions she wanted answers to, and he had a truth he wanted to give her. Once Tate got to town, he made sure his intentions could not be mistaken. He was there to get his woman back, and make things right with her very protective brothers in the process.
Quinn and Tate stole my heart. Harper Sloan told their tale with minimal drama and didn’t distract the reader with pages and pages of sub characters. It was there, but it was dealt with swiftly instead of dragging on. She simply told their story. She had them handle the pain of their past while maintaining their focus on building their future.
Another well-written, lovable, couple from Harper Sloan Five 💜💜💜💜💜
Lost Rider (Coming Home Series #1), Maverick and Leighton’s story really needs to be read first (another 5 stars), and Cowboy Up (Coming Home Series #3) releases December 19th.
Harper will keep me going with the release of the next Hope Town installment, Drunk On You (Hope Town #4), coming Sept. 2017.
About the author:
Harper Sloan is the New York Times, Wall Street Journal & USA Today Bestselling Author of the Corps Security series, the Hope Town series and the stand alone novel, Perfectly Imperfect.
Harper lives in Cumming, Georgia just a few hours north of her hometown of Peachtree City. She (and her 3 daughters) enjoy ruling the house they dubbed ‘Estrogen Ocean’, much to her husbands chagrin. Harper has a borderline unhealthy obsession with books; you can almost ALWAYS find her with her eReader attached. She enjoys bad reality TV and cheesy romantic flicks. Her favorite kind of hero–the super alpha kind!
Harper started using writing as a way to unwind when the house went to sleep at night; and with a house full of crazy, it was the perfect way to just relax. It didn’t take long before a head full of very demanding alphas would stop at nothing to have their story told.