Praise for Carolyn Brown:
"Carolyn Brown takes her audience by storm...I was mesmerized."
-The Romance Studio
"Carolyn Brown creates a bevy of delightful and believable characters."
-The Long and Short of It Reviews
She's finally found a place that feels like home...
When Cathy O'Dell buys the Honky Tonk, the nights of cowboys and country tunes come together to...more
Both were deeply affected by the kiss, but Cathy tended to fight it more than Travis. She tended to be more rude and harsh toward Travis as a way to fight her growing feelings for him. Hell, Yeah felt like a re-hash of I Love This Bar. It was pretty much the same premise with just a changing of the ...more
This one is part of the Honky Tonk series, but they can be read as stand alone novels. So fear not people with OCD reading out of order issues. I did fine it was a new couple, a new start, but the same bar. But this is book 2, and there is a new owner of the Honky Tonk bar.
Cathy is running the place when handsome Travis Henry walks in. Sparks fly, but he is only there for a short period of time ...more
Cathy O'Dell inherited the Honky Tonk bar from her sister Daisy in I LOVE THIS BAR (Book 1 in the series). Now, she's enjoying her life, working the bar. But when a tall handsome stranger struts into the bar on New Year's Eve and kisses her at midnight, the sparks fly.
Travis Henry is rich and good looking. He travels all over unearthing oil wells, then once the job is completed, he moves on. What he didn't ...more
Too much Gretchen Peters, y'all, Arkansas and redneck for me.
What is it about the Honky Tonk that have women wanting to stay there until they die? That is until the right man comes walking in the door. Cathy wants a new start. Travis is helping a friend before he moves to Alaska. What happens when they meet very unexpectedly? It's another one gone from the Honky Tonk.
I love these books! Carolyn Brown's characters come alive in her stories. I love her references to country songs that I known and love! They are funny and well written. I love that the characters carry over to her other books. Really a good read!
It’s New Year’s Eve and the countdown is on as the book opens. Travis is in town to work on the local oil rigging crew for the next couple of months. He’s just come into the bar and has spotted a very long-legged and sexy woman, whom he can’t help but lock lips with, especially since he has the excuse of approaching midnight. So he does just that. Right ...more
Although Hell, Yeah is the second book in Carolyn Brown's "Honky Tonk" series, this fun, sassy, fast-paced romance novel stands strongly on its own without needing to read its predecessor, I Love This Bar.
Cathy O'Dell is the most recent owner of the Honky Tonk country bar and absolutely loves her lifestyle. When handsome, sexy, rugged and smart oil-rigger Travis Henry comes to town for a temporary project, Cathy must ...more
Brown's descriptive ability is again striking and leaves you feeling like you’ve saddled up to ...more
Cathy's dreams of Travis are interrupted by earth movers outside her back door. An easy investigation leads her to finding out Travis is ...more
Travis Henry is in town temporary for a few months. He is helping out working at the oil rig site. Travis kicks the New Year off with a bang, when he kisses Cathy. Travis thinking that Cathy was just a waitress at the bar, gets a big surprise when he discovers that Cathy is the owner.
At first Cathy wants ...more
In the latest installment, we get to meet Travis and Cathy. Travis is the down and dirty cowboy that you instantly picture in your head. I loved how the author brought him to life on the pages and made him fumble his way ...more
Like the previous ...more
Travis Henry doesn't know what possessed him, but the stunning beauty with no one to share the New Year's with has him captivated, until she starts yelling at him. No matter how hard he tries after he seems to be the target of her poisonious barbs, that is until they reach an impasse.
I think I waited to long ...more
The sexual tension, the double entendres, the snappy repartee all make for a rip roaring good time. And we mustn't forget all the country music references that for a country music ...more
Cathy's story was great and just what I expected from Ms. Brown's writing. She can really make up some ...more
I know that things move slower in the south but this book moved at a turtle pace. nothing happened in the first 200 pages & i was about to put it down, then it got interesting.
(view spoiler)[ although, i would have expected the kidnapping ordeal to last longer or at least have some impact on the book.
& i really didn't like how cathy ended up leaving her home & selling the Honky Tonk at the end of the book. Travis should've sacrificed something! (hide spoiler)]