Thursday, September 29, 2016

Blog tour & giveaway for "Unstable" by S.E Hall

Title: Unstable
Author: S.E. Hall
Genre: Contemporary Romance

You can put up a front… but destiny already has your back

After eight years, Henley Calvert is headed home. Back to the family farm and small town she left behind, never to be thought of again.
Too much regret and shame to bear.
But she’s the only one left to see to her family’s legacy, so she must return to Ashfall and face all the ghosts that haunt her.
Gatlin Holt, the family farmhand, awaits her arrival, and lends a hand—in more ways than one. He reacquaints Henley with the lay of the land while helping her heal her soul with a new outlook on life.
Yet every time she thinks some peace may be within reach, Henley hits another roadblock. The biggest of which is Keaton Cash—her childhood nemesis who owns the farm next door.
And no, it’s not a love triangle. That’s impossible when Henley’s heart is closed, incapable of love.

“No, Keaton. I was bored and thought I’d come play ‘tag’ with ‘em for a little while.”
“Then you’re doing a helluva job, ‘cause they’re fixin’ to tag ya back.”
What’s he blathering about now? I turn and look…but refuse to sigh or show any sign of defeat…that some of the cows, are in fact, wandering back into the field I just shooed them out of.
Really? I seem to remember—open the gate to where the food is—they’ll go. So why they’re not cooperating now, in what has to be the first time since Noah let two of them on the Arc, has to be some weird conspiracy just to embarrass me in front of Keaton.
“Let me help you,” he says too kindly, moving to do so before I can refuse.
He uses his hat to swipe at the few remaining anarchist cows, sending them on their way. And Lord knows why, but I take a moment to peruse him…see just exactly how he turned out, physically anyway.
Hair still as black as the Stetson in his hand, jeans still as tight as he’s always played his cards to his chest. Every movement precise and purposeful, nothing wasted, just like he’s always been: good at everything.
Except recognizing value in the most valuable.
Back in the day, he’d been the boy to watch. A football star, a rodeo champ…and watch them they did—every girl in town.

So, um yeah, I when I got done with reading “Unstable” by the lovely SE Hall I didn’t know whether I should hug her or kick butt because she made me cry while loving every single one of her words that she put on paper. I am very nervous and emotional while I am writing this review because I understood what Henley was going through. The guilt that she felt when she found her mother passed away and she never got to mend those fences that was broken while she was still alive, not only that she was also trying to live with another guilt the guilt that sent her running when she was only eighteen years old. She had to live with that for a while and it was something very traumatic to deal with, she was able to build not only a friendship but a relationship with a man who she thought never liked her. She was so blinded by so many things when she was younger, she never realizes a lot that was going on around because she never took the time to stop and look. It was faith that brought her back to her hometown, she was meant to come back so that she could try to figure herself out. She was so unstable but Keaton was her saving grace, when I reached the end of the book and saw what he did for her I broke down crying. He showed her so much love and devotion and it made me broke down man, this book is by far one of my favorite books for 2016. SE Hall did her thing, it was pure literature epicness and I cannot wait to find out what’s next from her.

S.E. Hall, lover of all things anticipation and romance, is the author of The Evolve Series: Emerge, Embrace, Entangled, Entice, Endure and companion novellas Baby Mama Drama and Guide for Tools Looking to Date My Daughter by character Sawyer Beckett. S.E. also wrote the stand-alone Finally Found novels Pretty Instinct and Pretty Remedy. Her co-written works include The Provocative Professions Collection: Stirred Up, Packaged and Handled 1&2, One Naughty Night and full-length, standalone novels Matched and Filthy Foreign Exchange with Angela Graham as well as Conspire, a romantic suspense, written with Erin Noelle.
S.E. resides in Arkansas with her husband of 18 years and 3 daughters of the home. When not writing or reading, she can be found “enthusiastically cheering” on one of her girls’ softball games.

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