Review Cash – A Heaven Hill Novel by Laramie Briscoe, Kari Ayasha, Lindsay Hopper

Formally – The Red Bird Trail Trilogy!!!

Fast Cars
Broken homes
Vulnerable hearts

Cash Montgomery likes fast cars, fast women, and living his life only as far as he can see with his own two eyes. There are very few people in his life who he answers to. One of them being his little brother Remington (Remy).

When Cash and Remy are forced to make a life-changing decision they no longer have a place to live, no idea where their next meal is going to come from, or any prospects as to how they will make it. They need help.
That help comes in the form of the Heaven Hill MC and Harper Stillwell.

Harper Stillwell comes with her own set of problems, but when she and Cash Montgomery meet, sparks fly.

None of them know what they’re doing, where they will end up, or how they’ll get there. The only thing they know is that the race for their lives is only beginning—the flag is waving—and they have to hang on for the ride.

Cash - A Heaven Hill Novel by [Briscoe, Laramie]


Top customer reviews

Ellen Baird
The Heaven Hill series I have read three times. threae 11 books in all of this series. It starts out makin g you angry but the men in it slowly makes you just want to et them up, they are manly and kind and all sexy. They truly know to love their women and respect them too. This is a definite read for every woman and man over 21 thats why I gave it a 5 stare=s. I would have actually given it more if I could.
Reads a Book
Visiting a new area with old friends made for a fantastic story. I am awaiting not so patiently for the next.
I enjoyed Cash’s story. As with the rest of the books I’ve read by Laramie I felt all the emotions.
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Angie Paul
Tiffany Remy
“Love isn’t about the easy parts. It’s about opening up the parts that hurt and allowing the person who loves you to heal them.”
If only this was how everyone thought. This book was absolutely amazing! Once I started, I couldn’t stop. It showed the struggles that most of today’s society face. The author nailed it. She made you feel like you was living the same life and that’s hard to do! I would highly suggest this trilogy.


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