Friday, 13 May 2016

Blog Tour & REVIEW***The Junkyard Boys by SH Richardson***

Title: The Junkyard Boys 
Author: SH Richardson
Genre : Contemporary Romance


Range Reardon
Filth, dirt, and hunger. That was my life before I stumbled across a junkyard with a closed sign out front when I was twelve years old. Born the son of a drunk and left to fend for myself, I was lost until I was found. Buck Calhoun was an ex-biker struggling with his own demons from his past. He didn’t want me, but I needed him. My persistence paid off and I became one of his junkyard boys. He taught me how to be a man, how to fight, how to survive. He became my mentor, my friend, and my father. He gave us all he could until he had nothing else to offer.

Clover Benjamin
A black sheep, an outcast, and a joke. I don’t fit into my perfect family. They’re a bevy of beauties with outgoing personalities and bubbly personas. I on the other hand, don’t look like them, speak like them, or act like them, but I’ll always be me. I spend my evenings watching classic television while working towards buying my own car. I’m boring. I don’t date, nor do I socialize. That all changes when a sexy Adonis saves me from certain death at the hands of a mutant insect. His masculine beauty takes my breath away, but I know I’ll bore him. The only problem is, he won’t take no for an answer.

New-found love is tested and all hell breaks loose when a stranger from Buck’s past brings danger to the junkyard, threatening the only home they’ve ever known.


Review by: Jennifer

(3.75 Stars)

This was the first in the Junkyard Boys series and I'm thinking there will be at least 2 to follow after this, but we will see what the author does.

Range had a crappy beginning, but from the age of twelve he had someone backing him; Buck the owner of a junkyard that Range ran too. From that point on, Range had a place and a purpose.   

Clover, was the odd ball of her family; she didn't look like her sisters and they never let her forget it, she just didn't seem to fit in. The day she meets Range, that all changes. 

I must say this was a different type of read for me. The characters seemed to talk like they were from a different era at times, describing Range as a suitor for instance. With some violence, drama, and a couple of nice sexy times scenes this book seemed to have it all. I felt that the issue they were dealing with... was a bit far reached but that's just IMO. I give this 3.75 stars

SH Richardson lives in Virginia Beach with her husband of twenty years and two children, ages eighteen and twenty four. She graduated from SUNY Plattsburgh with a BS in Criminal Justice with a minor in Sociology. She has five dogs and loves taking long walks on the beach, reading romance novels, and traveling.

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