Hell, yeah / Carolyn Brown.

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      Summary: "When Cathy O'Dell buys the Honky Tonk, the nights of cowboys and country tunes come together to create the home she's always wanted. Then in walks a ruggedly handsome oil man who tempts her to trade in the happiness she's found at the Honky Tonk for a life on the road with him... Gorgeous and rich, Travis Henry travels the country unearthing oil wells and then moving on. Then the beautiful blue-eyed new owner of the Honky Tonk beer joint becomes his best friend and so much more. When his job is done in Texas, how is he ever going to hit the road without her?"--P. [4] of cover.
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Booklist Reviews 2010 September #1

"Brown continues her romance series featuring a string of women who take over a beer joint called the Honky Tonk in the hope of changing their lives for the better. In this installment, Cathy O'Dell is finally ready to put down roots. She has bought The Honky Tonk, and made many friends in the community. Wealthy Travis Henry goes from state to state, discovering oil. He loves his gypsy-like lifestyle: no commitments, no long-term relationships. He is, for all practical purposes, a free man. And then he falls in love with Cathy. She wants to stay put and manage the Honky Tonk, and he wants to keep moving on down the road. It looks like a deal breaker as each fights for his and her way of life. Brown's meticulous attention to detail makes this a vivid love story of two very stubborn people." Copyright 2010 Booklist Reviews.