Title: The Junkyard Boys 
Author: SH Richardson
Genre : Contemporary Romance
Range Reardon
Filth, dirt, and hunger. That was my life before I stumbled across a junkyard with a closed sign out front when I was twelve years old. Born the son of a drunk and left to fend for myself, I was lost until I was found. Buck Calhoun was an ex-biker struggling with his own demons from his past. He didn’t want me, but I needed him. My persistence paid off and I became one of his junkyard boys. He taught me how to be a man, how to fight, how to survive. He became my mentor, my friend, and my father. He gave us all he could until he had nothing else to offer.

Clover Benjamin
A black sheep, an outcast, and a joke. I don’t fit into my perfect family. They’re a bevy of beauties with outgoing personalities and bubbly personas. I on the other hand, don’t look like them, speak like them, or act like them, but I’ll always be me. I spend my evenings watching classic television while working towards buying my own car. I’m boring. I don’t date, nor do I socialize. That all changes when a sexy Adonis saves me from certain death at the hands of a mutant insect. His masculine beauty takes my breath away, but I know I’ll bore him. The only problem is, he won’t take no for an answer. 

New-found love is tested and all hell breaks loose when a stranger from Buck’s past brings danger to the junkyard, threatening the only home they’ve ever known.
All I can tell anyone is READ THIS!!!  I sort of had a half-baked image in my head of Garbage Pail Kids (don’t question how my brain works, just go with it).  Range (and Max and Sebastian) are definitely NOT GPK.  
Simply put, Range is hot!  He has his quirks (who doesn’t?) but you can tell he is really interested and cares about Clover.  
And Clover is just adorable.  You want to reach through your kindle and just give her a hug!  I totally understand how she doesn’t feel like she fits in with her family and just tries to hide and not give them any more fodder to make fun of her with.  And thank goodness for her finding her backbone and saying something and learning to speak up for herself rather than just hide unless spoken to.  
I can’t wait for more of the boys!  I just know that while Sebastian seems like a marshmallow, I think Max will be the one with that makes the hardest fall when he meets the one.  
5 stars for this amazing debut author!!


SH Richardson lives in Virginia Beach with her husband of twenty years and two children, ages eighteen and twenty four. She graduated from SUNY Plattsburgh with a BS in Criminal Justice with a minor in Sociology. She has five dogs and loves taking long walks on the beach, reading romance novels, and traveling.

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