Take Me Home

Take Me Home

Inez Kelley / Dec 11, 2019

Take Me Home Logging manager Matt Shaw is wary when Kayla Edwards the owner of Mountain Specialty Spices hires his firm to harvest timber on her Appalachian property It s a place he knows better than the back of

  • Title: Take Me Home
  • Author: Inez Kelley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 298
  • Format: ebook
  • Logging manager Matt Shaw is wary when Kayla Edwards, the owner of Mountain Specialty Spices, hires his firm to harvest timber on her Appalachian property It s a place he knows better than the back of his calloused hand it s his family s old homestead, lost years ago in a painful foreclosure He s hauled himself up from dirt floor poor since then, and resolves to stay proLogging manager Matt Shaw is wary when Kayla Edwards, the owner of Mountain Specialty Spices, hires his firm to harvest timber on her Appalachian property It s a place he knows better than the back of his calloused hand it s his family s old homestead, lost years ago in a painful foreclosure He s hauled himself up from dirt floor poor since then, and resolves to stay professional But Kayla s vivacious beauty makes it hard to focus on his job.Home That s how army brat turned foodie Kayla feels about her new mountain hideaway What s , the hottest lumberjack ever to swing an axe has agreed to manage her timber crop and get the old maple syrup operations back on tap Matt s ruggedly sexy ways and passion for the land have her falling hard.The heat between them grows wild until Kayla discovers that Matt hasn t been upfront with her She feels devastated, and worst of all, used How can Matt prove it s her he wants and not her land

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      • Inez Kelley

        INEZ KELLEY was born and bred in the mountains of West Virginia She currently resides there with her lumberjack husband, their teenage drama queen, Spawnetta, and the Demolition Duo Damien and his twin, the Omen She is a multi published author of various romance genres You can visit her at her website inezkelley Follow Inez on twitter at Inez_Kelley or on Facebook at facebook inezlley


    1. DNF'd at 30%I gave up. I'm sorry. This book just wasn't to my personal taste. The heroine totally got on my nerves. Her behavior is the complete opposite of everything I want the heroines to be. If I were a man, I would never sleep with her, not to mention dating! And the hero—nope. He’s not that bad; he’s just plain.It’s not you, it’s probably me!

    2. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 STARS⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️I truly love this author's style. Her romance stories are super sexy and evolve around a nice plot, beautiful scenery and very well built characters. There is a certain charm about her male heroes, not quite alpha, but not simply beta males either. Though they do have a subtle dominance in the bedroom.A feel good book if you will, and I for one have found my happy place within the pages of Inez Kelley's books.More reviews and bo [...]

    3. TAKE ME HOME is the first in a brand new series by Inez Kelley. What striked me as interesting when I first heard about this book was the unique setting this book is in. It revolves around a logging manager and the owner of Mountain Speciality Spices in the Appalachian Mountains. The first thing that came to mind was SEXY, BEARDED LUMBERJACKS! So I just had to read this book!And I’m glad I did because not only did I finish this book in a day, but I also got a lot of entertainment out of readin [...]

    4. Rating 3.5 starsMy first book by this author and I enjoyed it. Twenty years ago the hero lost a lot, his family home, friends, pride and that feeling has stayed with him, money remains important to him. Then he meets the heroine, she has bought his old family home and he is attracted to her and she to him but he resists because being around her home brings all his old memories back. I liked the book, the romance, when the truth comes out that his family owned the place, the heroine is beyond hur [...]

    5. EXTREMELY lumberjacky. Tons of cool info about lumber biz and maple syrup biz. Too much sex for Vanilla Penny, but a solid start to this series.For full review, go tonnyromance/2013/11/r

    6. Review posted: Happily Ever After - ReadsBlog rating: BTake Me Home is a very emotional journey for our hero Matt. It’s been years, but he still hasn’t gotten over the pain of losing his family home and land after they were evicted when he was a young boy. His father lost his job, his family was struggling and Matt had to not only deal with his family’s issues but with now being the poor kid that had his friends pulling away from him and laughing, being cruel to a young boy who had to wear [...]

    7. ARC Review: Take Me Home by Inez KelleyRating =4/5Caliber SEAL: GREAT READFinal Verdict: A deliciously sizzling testament to the old adage home is where the heart is. Review goes live at 00:00 hours MVT, November 26, 2013!

    8. Slick‘s review posted on Guilty Pleasures Book ReviewsReview copy provided for an honest review5 STARSMy heart is so damn happy right now after finishing Take Me Home by Inez Kelley. I had very high expectations for this book and worried that I was expecting too much but I am never so happy to be so wrong in all my life. This book is a wonderful feel good story filled with amazingly complex characters, a storyline with twists, turns, ups and downs, and dialog laced with humor but many heartfel [...]

    9. Review copy provided via NetGalleyWhy I Read this Book: I loved Sweet as Sin and Turn it Up by Inez Kelley so as soon as I saw that the author was writing a series about loggers, I added the books to my wishlist.What I Liked: Kayla is a woman who not only knows what she wants, she goes after it. No subtly or bashfulness here. I like a heroine who’s confident enough to pursue what she wants, not only in a man but in her livelihood as well.Matt is an all-around great guy. He’s honorable; when [...]

    10. This was hard for me to rate. It was good, but it just did not really hold my attention. I thought the hero was a little weak - not manning up when he needed to, but months later. And I had a hard time connecting with the heroine. She came on strong and her "issues" were really nothing. It moved a bit slow, even though the "sexy times" started at about 30%, and while I know many enjoyed learning the details of maple syrup making, that is not why I read romance. I thought the relationship issues [...]

    11. 3.5 StarsThis was a quick, surprisingly steamy and entertaining book. My biggest complaint was the heroine chasing after the hero in the beginning, as well as some of her behavior near the end. This is a personal preference, but I like the hero to go after the h and make more of an effort in the relationship. There are reasons behind his actions, but it still bugged me. For a shorter book it was good, it didn't feel like it was lacking details.

    12. I frick fracking loved this book and I absolutely cannot wait for the 2nd book. I loved the setting of the West Virginia mountains and the logging industry and maple syrup production. Loved Matt and Kayla and well I just loved all of it. Read this book.Straight Shootin' Book Reviews

    13. The second I saw this title my head filled with John Denver's song by the same name so I checked it out and discovered that story was indeed set in West Virginia Mountains about two people to whom home is important. I've only been through West Virginia once, but it was beautiful and I was eager to read a romance against that setting.Logger Matt Shaw finds himself back in a place he had no desire to return to, but he's there for a job as a favor to a friend. The new owner of the land that used to [...]

    14. My Review:I loved, loved, loved the set-up for this story. This is my first official lumberjack read (even if Matt insists he's not a lumberjackhehe.) Knowing that Inez Kelley had some expertise on the subject (her husband does this job) really showed. I know nothing about timber management, but found all those details just as interesting as the rest of the story. And this is a good story. Matt works for a big lumber company. He's the guy that makes the plan for how to go through and work a piec [...]

    15. I gave this a B- at AAR, so 3.5 stars here As with many books I read, Take Me Home is something of a mixed bag. On the one hand, I liked the characters and the setting. However, the Big Secret in this story took way too long to get uncovered and as the book went on, my annoyance with the hero's secret keeping interfered with my enjoyment a bit.Set in West Virginia, this book revolves around some of the traditional businesses that dominate parts of the state - logging and the sale of agricultural [...]

    16. Read this review on my blog! --> Take Me Home by Inez KelleyI’ve always been such a big fan Inez Kelley’s contemporaries. They always tug at the heartstrings and they’re always steamy. I love the concept behind Take Me Home. Matt falling for the girl who lives on the land once owned for generations by his family. What a pickle!! But see, Matt is such a good guy that resentment or payback was never his game. He just plain ol’ fell for this girl from the start. His mistake was not telli [...]

    17. This is the first book in a trilogy of the Country Roads series by Inez Kelly. Matt Shaw had a rough childhood. Oh it had it's happy moments as with most kids it doesn't take a lot to make them happy but they never had much money and seem to be short on other things. Then one day it all came crashing down completely when they lost the family home and the mountain property around it to foreclosure. He was homeless. Now years later he's a grown man and back in his hometown working for a logging co [...]

    18. At first, I was not really impressed with “Take me Home”. I very much dislike women who throw themselves at guys, especially 10 minutes after meeting them. However, having read all her previous books and knowing that this author delivers powerful stories, I continued reading. Well, guess what? I was not disappointed; Kelley did it again with this contemporary romance.I loved Matt from the get go, that mysteriously wounded vibe that he gave had me hooked from page 1. I enjoyed his character a [...]

    19. First in a new series by Kelley, and one that is close to home for her as it's all about lumberjacks - sorry, foresters and logging specialists - and her home state. Really liked Kayla's personality - she's strong, independent, smart, a good businesswoman and unafraid to go after what and who she wants. Was less fond of Matt, but could understand how the devastating loss of his family property could have scarred him- but not how he wasn't able to share that with Kayla. I felt that the Big Secret [...]

    20. Matt Shaw is strong, capable, good and loyal. And when he meets Kayla Edwards, the chemistry is off-the-charts between them. But he's got long buried secrets that he can't share--and as he finds himself getting tangled in deeper and deeper with Kayla's life, he lets himself believe that maybe it doesn't matter.Oh, Matt. Even seeing the emotional trainwreck coming, I can't blame you for not sharing sooner. I want to, but Ms. Kelley has woven such an honest, believable tale of pride and desire tha [...]

    21. I've consistently enjoyed Kelley's romance novels, JINXED, SWEET AS SIN, and TURN IT UP. TAKE ME HOME was not an exception. I loved the story of the tormented Matthew and sweetly vulnerable but no pushover Kayla. They had a wonderful chemistry and made the reader care about them and their HEA. Hands down, however, the winners here are the land, the mountains, the echoes of Denver's iconic song, and the maple syrup production passages all wonderful. If you'd like to read a more detailed review, [...]

    22. I was so WORRIED about how they were going to work this out! Lovely characters, lovely writing, interesting setting.

    23. Originally published at Reading RealityThe title of the book is “Take Me Home”, the series is “Country Roads” and it takes place in West Virginia.I dare you not to think of the song. I double-dog dare you.The story is all about figuring out what is meant by that marvellously evocative word, “home”. They say that “home is where the heart is”, but this story asks the question about how the heart determines exactly where home is.Is it the place where your spirit finds itself at home [...]

    24. Originally reviewed on These Pretty Words.First and foremost – you all need to prepare yourself for the hotness that comes from Inez Kelley’s words. Having never read anything by her before, Take Me Home surprised me with its swoon, its wit and its heat.Good lord, the heat.First – Matt. Logging manager (since they’re no longer called lumberjacks…which breaks my heat a bit), responsible, strong, caring, muscles, charming, handsomeI could go on for days. The man is a fantasy in flannel. [...]

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