Have you met Janie Gentry? She’s a character who was initially introduced in Ashkettle Crazy as the narrator of the prologue, and if you’ve made it as far as the third book in the series, you’ve gotten to know her a bit better.
Janie has a big heart and a sharp mind. She’s studying to become a teacher, and she’s the Bella to Bo’s Edward, the Ana to his Christian, the yang to his yin.
They’re friends with benefits, y’all.
No, not really.
In the Ashkettle world, slow romance is still a thing. It might be the 1980s, but these kids have more on their minds than just big hair and parachute pants.
Unlike myself back in the day.
Sonny and Dack love Janie like a sister, but Bo feels a bit differently …
“Sometimes I had a hard time breathin’ when she was in the room.”
Janie wears Bo’s promise ring on her third finger, but she still lives back home where she attends college and helps care for her father who suffers from dementia.
Because Janie’s got it going on.
This explains Bo’s fury when someone or something threatens the woman he’s loved since he was old enough to walk upright.
In fact, Janie’s psychotic stalker has all three brothers blisterin’ mad.
And three angry Ashkettles are never a good thing.
Unless you’re the young woman being terrorized.
Then the odds are definitely in your favor.
If you haven’t yet picked up your copy of Ashkettle Fierce, now is your chance because:
IN THE NAME OF YOUNG LOVE
the Kindle version of
ASHKETTLE FIERCE will be FREE on February 14, 15, and 16.
You can claim your free copy here on those days.
Happy early Valentine’s Day!
And would it be obnoxious of me to ask for a review if you enjoy the story?
Because I hate obnoxious people.
But I LOVE reviews.
I’m gonna do it.
Please review? Pretty Please? And if you’ve read other books in the series and didn’t hate them, reviews of those would be lovely as well.
And if you read them and DID hate them, email me. We’ll chat. We don’t even have to chat about books. We can talk about other things. Not to brag, but I speak a mean beagle.
(P.S. I love comments nearly as much as reviews. Join the conversation!)