Thursday, May 14, 2015

Heath (Roughneck #2) by Chelsea Camaron

Published April 18, 2015

“One day, I will be more than an item to be bought or sold, won or lost.”

At fifteen, she was helpless. At eighteen, she was ruined. LoraLeigh Riffel fights every day to hold on to herself as she is tossed from the loser to the next winner, time and again.
Heath ‘Hitman’ Thomas works hard and plays even harder. From tripping pipes to winning fights, his world is in his hands. 

When a battered and unstable woman is left at his doorstep for payment on a fight, every-thing changes in an instant. 

She is the prize, but is he willing to accept the payment? 

My Thoughts….

This is a short story, 52 pages.    I have grown to love a short story, when written correctly.   It has to be difficult as an author to get enough of a story into such few pages.   Chelsea Camaron is an expert at making the story fit into the pages.    There is enough background to understand what is going on in the story without adding all the extra fluff and there is enough of the story to get to know the characters and feel connected to them.  

This is a series, yet you could pick up each book on its own and not feel like you are missing something.  I love when a series is like this.   It is fun when past characters pop into the story, yet this story is truly about LoreLeigh (love the name) and Heath.  

LoreLeigh and Heath’s story is not easy.  Chelsea covers a tough and real subject.  It is not a subject for those under 18 and it is not even for all adults.   Yet, it is handled with grace and respect.  
I highly recommend this entire series.    Start with book 1, Maverick, (See my review HERE) and continue with Heath’s story.   

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