Monday, October 28, 2013

Redneck Romance by Madison Johns!!!!



Today I want to share with you Madison Johns new book Redneck Romance. I just finished reading this adorable book and I loved it!!!

Twenty-year-old Kelly Gray arrives in the mountainous area of North Carolina, deep in Redneck land, intent on journeying into the Joyce Kilmer Wilderness to take fall pictures, which she hopes to sell to National Geographic. That is until she runs out of gas and needs to enlist the help of Jimmy Bob Willows, a redneck with sexy blue eyes. While he filled her tank with gas, she threw caution to the wind and hired him as a guide, ignoring the fact of how dangerous it may be. Hiring a man whom she doesn't even know, a man who insists on calling her, City. 
Experienced mountain man Jimmy Bob Willows leads the inexperienced Kelly into the mountains, teaching her how to survive in the wilderness. This is a new experience for Kelly as she has never been out from under her mother’s thumb before, but she embraces what Jimmy Bob is teaching her, and for once in her life, she’s on a real adventure, one that results in Jimmy Bob saving Kelly from a copperhead snake and moonshiners! 

Kelly fights the growing attraction between them, but will it be a losing battle?

My review
This story was such a sweet joyful read. I loved the author's sharp humor. This book had so much personality. I enjoyed the adventure that was Redneck Romance. This was such a fun escape and done in such a clever way. Sometimes we just need a laugh and this one does not disappoint. Madison Johns has a gift of telling a story that is not only entertaining but one that feels natural. It makes me want to be her friend because you know she is a barrel of laughs and then some.

This book is adorable and you don't even have to love a redneck to appreciate it, although it wouldn't hurt!

"I felt something cold and wet press against my face. When I opened my eyes, it was a hound dog. Its brown and black fur was matted past belief, and wrinkles and excess skin hung down. Poor thing was panting like he had run a long distance. What this ole dog needed was a bath. I petted him, but he just looked at me with his huge sad eyes. Why, I could even see red behind where the skin surrounding his eyes sagged down. I pouted for a moment, and face him a hug. "Good ole boy."


Madison Johns burst onto the writing scene in 2012 and writes quirky books featuring a zany cast of characters, writing in both the mystery and romance genres.
She's best known for her Agnes Barton senior sleuth mystery series featuring Agnes' larger than life sidekick, Eleanor Mason. The series depicts two elderly ladies digging up clues with enough laugh aloud antics to make James Bond blush.
Madison Johns is a member of Sisters in Crime.
Agnes Barton mysteries in order: (1) Armed and Outrageous, (2) Grannies, Guns and Ghosts, (3) Senior Snoops.

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