Go to Hail


Everybody has problems. But Travis? Yeah, he has so many problems that he finds it hard to breathe sometimes.
He spends five years catering to his ex-wife’s every want and need—all to make it possible to continue to see his child.
He isn’t supposed to fall in love with a woman, but he does.
He isn’t supposed to find someone that is willing to put up with his ex-wife’s crazy antics, but he has.
He isn’t supposed to be happy, but he is.
And all it takes is his ex-wife finding out about his new-found peace for things to change.
Hannah saw him and knew he was the one.
All it took was one look into that haunted man’s eyes, and she was lost, never to be found again.
She thinks she has it all. His love, a new baby made with that love, and a house to raise their blended family.
She’s wrong, and Travis’ ex-wife is out to prove it.
Travis doesn’t deserve Hannah. All he’s done is hurt her.
She’s done everything in her power to keep everyone happy, but the more she tries, the harder his ex-wife pushes. Until one day, there’s nothing left to push.
Hannah leaves, and Allegra wins.
But Travis isn’t willing to let her have her way any longer.
He fights back, and only gets a bullet to the chest to show for it.

My Review:

5 Stars

“God, I loved this man. I loved him with my whole heart and soul, but I couldn’t be with him. It was the worst kind of situation anybody could ever be in.”

I loved Travis’ story. I have been waiting for it since I got the bits of info about him and Hannah in Hail No.

Travis does not have an easy life. He as an ex-wife who runs and ruins his life. He does whatever he needs to do to keep his daughter in his life, even if that means hurting the woman he loves now.

Hannah is an incredibly strong woman. She knows that Travis is doing that he needs to do to keep his daughter in his life but she is silently hurting because she loves him and she can’t have him.

Napping together is my kind of date. – Hannah’s secret thoughts

Travis and Hannah face many obstacles. Their relationship is very complicated and it has so many different parts and people who play into it.

This book shows you so many different things.

One thing is how small towns can be great and how they can be terrible. When you make the wrong person mad in a small town, it can affect your life in more way than one.

Another is that sometimes you have to make tough decisions in order to be happy.


I think Travis and Hannah have a great story.

It’s a story about loving someone you can’t have because of something or someone you can’t control.

It’s about doing what you have to do for your children and trying to make the best out of a bad situation.

I can’t wait to really meet Casey Tate and I excited to meet Hennessy.

Then you have Baylor and Lark soon too!! (I have a feeling that her story is going to pull on some heart strings)

About the Author:

 img_1376Lani Lynn Vale is a USA Today bestselling author of Contemporary and Romantic Suspense and has a love for all things romance. Lani is married to the love of her life that she met in high school. She fell in love with him because he was wearing baseball pants. Ten years later they have three perfectly crazy children and a cat named Demon who likes to wake her up at ungodly times in the night. They live in the greatest state in the world, Texas. You can find Lani in front of her computer writing away in her fictional characters world…that is until her husband and kids demand sustenance in the form of food and drink.






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  1. I think I’m in line with Katie but then ya’ll keep posting these love stories that look good and make me think twice. I’m missing my vamps and shifters though. I have to ask what’s with the pun on “Hail”? I bet you mentioned it before in another review, but I don’t remember.


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