22 September 2016

# blog tour # release

Blog Tour with Review:: 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.
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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.
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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.

Review


After a tragedy at home, Henley flees. She is sent away and then just never comes back home. When her mother passes, she is forced to come home to settle the farm. She goes home feeling unnerved. She doesn’t how to face these demons that she believes follows her based on her sister’s death.  
She has a past here, a former boyfriend that didn’t fight for her, a childhood friend who has been waiting on her return, and the little town. She is scared to face those talking about her past and her family. SE does a wonderful job describing her feelings, describing the emotions that are going through her.
Henley finds Gatlin at the farm waiting for her. He helps her get through her guilt of not returning home for years, he helps her justify that she now owes her mother the respect to continue farming. He is right there by her side through the big events.
Keaton is waiting on her. He has loved Henley since he was 10 years old. She wont got there because she believes her sister had claim on him. Keaton has to beat it in her head that he has always loved her.
This is a beautifully written story showing you that sometimes you just need a little help. Sometimes you find love in the last place you look. Sometimes you need to work through it your own way, whether Henley’s way is the right way or not, I am not sure but it worked for her.
The epilogue in Keaton’s point of view nailed this whole book. You read about his love, how proud he is of Henley, and their life together.  





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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