Thursday, December 12, 2013

Blog Tour: Goodbye Girl by Scarlett Metal

Rachel met Clint in a diner one night while she was on the road trying to escape her past. From the moment they lay their eyes on each other, sparks fly. He offers her a job on his ranch and even though she's a city girl, she accepts.

It's not long before they give into their attraction and settle into life together on the ranch. They find happiness in each other's arms and Clint quickly wonders if Rachel is the girl that can give him his happily ever after.

Rachel's past eventually comes back to haunt her, and threatens her happiness with Clint. Can they work through their demons of the past and find their happily ever after? Or will Rachel leave Clint just like she fled her life before?

Contains strong language and sexual situations. Intended for adults over 18.

Review:  ~by April

         I really loved this story.  I read this book in one sitting.  This is for 18+ reader as it has some pretty steamy moments.

     This is a story about Rachel who is running from an abusive drug addicted ex, Seth.  She is on the road for days after leaving New York when exhaustion finally makes her decide to stop.  She lands in Wyoming in a little town and rents a room for a couple nights.  As she is eating in the diner she spots this sexy as all can be cowboy, Clint.  He is a wonderful man.  You will have to read the story to find out why.  What a wonderful protector he is!!  Love at first sight is possible no matter how impossible Clint always thought it was.  His Ma always tried to tell him he would know.  After a while she lets him know about her past some. About Seth and also her mothers demise.

     I am giving this book 4 strong stars.  Do yourself a favor and read it. You will be glad you did. It was an enjoyable book.  This is a stand alone with a HEA.  I hope it will not be long until Scarlett’s next book comes out about Wyatt.  It will be great to read about the brother of cowboy Clint!  My favorite scene in the whole book takes place in the police station.  You have to read it to find out why.  Thank you Scarlett for this read.  I will be keeping my eye out for more.

     My favorite quote was by Clint: “Please Ma, Wyatt changes women like he does his underwear.”

Scarlett lives in the Midwest with her sexy husband, two girls, and three furbabies.  She dabbled in writing right after college but it wasn’t until she took up blogging eight years ago that she started writing seriously.  After writing a few boring service pieces for some online publications, she went back to her true passion, ficion.  When she’s not busy writing steamy stories, she can be found with her nose in a book, camping, or geocaching with her family.  She loves Diet Coke, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, and 80’s hair bands.

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