Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Review for Covered in Coal By Silla Webb

Covered in Coal
By Silla Webb
**This book is intended for a mature reading audience and isn't suitable for readers under the age of 18.**

Carly Jo Simon believed that Colton Weston was her future, but he shattered her heart into tiny pieces. Just like any little girl would, she assumed her daddy would always be by her side. Unbelievably, he turned his back on her when she needed him most, leaving her with no one in her life to turn to for support. Without options, Carly runs away from the only home she's ever known, leaving behind her heartache and the betrayal of the two men she loved most.

Seven years later, Carly reluctantly returns to Kentucky. Her daddy is dying of cancer and Colton is nothing like the boy she once loved and left. After her daddy passes, Carly must uproot her life in South Carolina and take control of Simon Coal Company, where she has no choice but face the pain of her past.

Can Carly keep her secrets buried deep beneath the black Kentucky coal and her heart safe from the fiery Colton Weston?
My 5 star review
Carly Jo Simon is a spit fire! She is fierce, strong, stubborn, and her mouth is something else. She sure was a daddy’s girl growing up. She is a very lovable character and when she goes through hell all you will want to do is pull her out and save her.
Colton is lovely manly man! He can yell and shout at me any day. Some may think that he is a bad guy for what he has done, but I disagree. In my opinion he has come a very long way. Yes, I do have a mini crush on this character and you will too.
Big John Simon you are something else mister and my god you remind me of my grandfather. You will definitely love to hate this character for sure. I have no more words for this character and you will see why!
Savannah’s is the sweetest sister ever and my heart broke for her too.  I just want to slap her husband, just because. She missed out so much of her baby sister’s life and now she is so happy to have her back. Hell I wouldn’t mind having a sister like her.
Luke use to go to school with Carly and Colton and he is a nice tall glass of water. I mean I want to move to Kentucky now. They way he is described in this book is so very nice. He is a very broken soul and I just want to hold him and give him anything and everything to make him happy.
There are so many secrets in this book and there is always a price to pay when it comes to secrets. Secrets can rip families apart with a blink of an eye. Sometimes we think that we should keep our secrets to ourselves so others don’t get hurt or sometimes those secrets end up blowing up in our faces. This book will keep you on the edge of your seat. This book is full of everything to love, romance, lies, secrets, betrayals and more. I want to go on and on about this book but I don’t want to give anything way.
But I guarantee you this book will leave you feeling all of the characters emotions. While reading this book it felt like I was watching an awesome lifetime movie. I was laying in bed hiding under the covers reading this book, because I couldn’t put it down. Let’s just say a certain someone took my electronic devices away for a day, yes I was and am addicted to this book.
All I can say is that I can’t wait for book 2 to come out!!!
About the Author
Silla Webb is a Kentucky native, raised in the heart of the coal fields. A coal truck driver's daughter, and a railroader's wife, the coal fields own a special place in her heart.
She is a work at home, Super Momma to three rowdy boys, who keep her on her feet from daylight to sunset. As a pass time from her everyday life, Silla started a blog-Momma's Secret Book Obsession, for reviewing romance novels. From there, she realized that not only did she have a natural love for reading and reviewing, but she found that lost love of writing that she once had as a young girl.
When she isn't conquering the world as a wife, momma and Super Woman, Silla loves to lay on the front porch swing and read while sipping sweet tea, just passin' the day away.


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