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Headed for Trouble (The McKays, #1) [Reading] ➮ Headed for Trouble (The McKays, #1) ➶ Shiloh Walker – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk SHE'S A SMALL TOWN GIRL WITH BIG DREAMS Nine years ago Neve McKay fled her small Southern town and disapproving family to seek a career in the big city Now she's finally coming home and hoping for a f SHE'S A SMALL TOWN GIRL WITH BIG DREAMS Nine years ago Neve McKay fled her small Southern town and disapproving family to seek a career in the big city Now she's finally coming home and hoping for a fresh start But the relationship that shattered her world still haunts her And even among her nearest and dearest she doesn't feel safe CAN THIS BAD BOY BE THE ANSWER TO HER PRAYERS Ian Campbell is a pure Scottish muscle as hard and handsome as they Headed for PDF/EPUB or come But when Neve walks into his bar his heart meltsand he vows to have this gorgeous and somewhat vulnerable woman in his life for better or for worse What is Neve's tragic secret And how can Neve expect Ian to protect her when doing so could put his own life at risk The only thing Ian knows for sure is that he will do whatever it takes to keep her out of harm's way and in his loving armsin Headed for Trouble by Shiloh WalkerShiloh Walker's writing just gets better and betterand the sex is sizzling RT Book Reviews.


10 thoughts on “Headed for Trouble (The McKays, #1)

  1. WhiskeyintheJar WhiskeyintheJar says:

    37 starsI received this book for free in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my reviewNeve McKay is on the run and even though she hasn't been back in almost a decade home is where she is headed After her parents died in a car wreck Neve's older sister and brother were left to take care of her Her older sister barely an adult and her brother just in his teens tried to be what she needed but they were hurting too Rebelling for most of her childhood she takes off at eighteen looking for freedom but instead she meets William and finds herself caged in a way she never could have imagined Ian spots the tall red head as soon as she enters his pub and finds himself well on his way to a hot one night stand When they get interrupted though he finds out she is his bestfriend's little sister and he backs away immediately That doesn't last too long however as he finds their chemistry and attraction isn't something you just walk away fromIan is making Neve feel things she never thought she could again but with danger riding her heels and a brother and sister wanting answers she's scared to get too attached The small southern town of McKay's Treasure is about to see some hard fighting and loving  Headed For Trouble is book one in the new series by Shiloh Walker about the McKay family older sister Moira middle brother Brannon and youngest Neve When Moira was eighteen and Brannon thirteen their parents and an eight year old Neve were in a car accident Neve was trapped in the car with them for hours as they lay dying until Moira's boyfriend at the time Gideon found them Moira had the responsibility of trying to run the family business and Brannon was a teenage boy not wanting his youngest sister crawling into his bed at night to stop her nightmares Neve ended up feeling lost and alone Instead of calling this book one I would call it part one as this highlights Neve's story and romance but overall this is a story about the whole McKay family and those affected by them We get point of views from all three and from who look to be their future significant others Moira's past with Gideon is discussed childhood sweethearts who caught a rough break having to deal with adult issues too young and Brannon's repressed desire for his younger sister's friend that recently becomes than he can handle The whole first book is really of a broad ranged inclusive McKay story   She'd done nothing wrong  Neve's story highlighted here introduces us to her family the small town of McKay's Treasure and all the people and relationships that make it up The main theme of her character and what was the strongest component was her feelings as an abused woman Her insecurities that lead her to William and the insecurities he nourished in her are stated and bleed through her actions and words throughout the story It's powerful and will cut you up on the inside as the reasoning's for why some women don't just leave are examined Some of the actual things done to Neve by William felt a little rushed through but as no one probably wants to dwell on that maybe not a bad thing Following along with Neve as we see her work to rebuild her strength was a touching journey  When she was with Ian she felt likeherself She felt like herself in a way that she hadn't in far too long maybe forever  There was a lot going on in this book I feel like this could have been 600pgs and still left some things not feeling fully flushed out a conseuence of that was I felt the character of Ian and his romantic relationship with Neve was pushed to the side a lot Ian made the least impression on me even with his brogue and kilt Along with being Neve's love interest the author also managed to tie him into the suspense plot but there was simply too many other characters and relationships that made a bigger impact on me Neve and Ian are sweet together he is cognizant and thoughtful to Neve's issues but I didn't sit up and take notice the way I did when others graced the pages Neve's ex boyfriend William and the danger he posed provides the suspense plot I've mentioned but it worked better as a way to get all our characters together rather than create a sense of danger This is a story of relationships and boy do I want to read about them; Moira and Gideon with his intense longing and Brannon and Hannah with their surprise cliffhanger at the end of this one With one of the McKay siblings out of the way maybe the next books will have a stronger centralized romance There was a lot happening here and some threads left dangling it felt like I was reading a season's worth of a tv series barely condensed down With Walker's writing and the charactersrelationships that look to be the future stars of the show prepare yourself to want to binge; I'll be pre ordering the books in this series


  2. Beth Beth says:

    Neve McKay left home in search of a fresh start a new future away from her home town only to find herself running back there for safety ten years laterIan Campbell is a Scottish transplant running a bar for the McKay family One night while working Ian sees a beautiful woman oozing vulnerability that he has to knowThe attraction is instant but the damage might be wounds that run too deep for healing Headed for Trouble is a wonderfully touching romance This is a story filled with distressed family relations budding romances and tragic but very realistic circumstances I couldn’t help but find myself immediately engaged by this emotion invoking plot base Walker wove a marvelous story with extremely likeable and relatable characters that you wanted to invest time in their livesI received this ARC copy of Headed for Trouble from St Martin's Press in exchange for a honest review This book is set for publication December 29 2015My Rating 5 StarsWritten by Shiloh WalkerMass Market Paperback 400 pagesPublisher St Martin's Paperbacks Publication Date December 29 2015ISBN 10 1250067944ISBN 13 978 1250067944Genre Contemporary Romance | Romantic Suspense | Barnes NobleFor Reviews and More Check out 


  3. XxTainaxX Curvy and Nerdy XxTainaxX Curvy and Nerdy says:

    Neve is running from trouble and she seeks the support of her estranged family She hasn't had it easy and the reasons for her suffering go deeper than even she initially knew She feels and instant attraction to her brother's best friend Ian and Ian is stuck as well There's a lot of emotion in this story and the writing does it justice I enjoyed the development of the uniue characters The pacing was on point and it was entertaining while sexy ARC received in exchange for an honest review


  4. Dina Dina says:

    I really liked this book but I feel I must warn my fellow romance readers that the romance between the Hh takes a back seat to the several and I mean sometimes too many side stories that pop throughout the book That might be frustrating for some romance readers and I admit that I was scratching my head pondering where the romance was in the first chapters but once the story got its flow it was all good


  5. Darcy Darcy says:

    It didn't take long before I was sucked into this one Right from the start I was on Neve's side as she came home You knew she was hiding something that she was one the run and that if she could have she wouldn't have come home unless she was left no other choice The last I thing was a wrong decision so many things in the past were not what the seemed and Neve wouldn't have to worry about what her family thoughtMy heart broke for Neve when she told her story Gideon was a good choice as she would need the help police help yet he was a family friend so safe Worse though was when Neve told her family Bannon's reaction was crazy as was how he dealt with it I sort of laughed at his bet with Ella Sue and how she would deal this was one bet that I didn't want any one to winIan slowly won me over much like Neve I didn't expect him to after his first reaction to learning about who Neve was It helped that as Neve's story came out Ian was there and learned all the bad things He was so gentle with Neve slowing building her self confidence back up As Neve's past came back to hunt her it was nice to see everyone rally around her The big confrontation at the end had me holding my breath I hated how the girls got hurt but love that Neve managed to save them all As much fun as the romance was between Ian and Neve her siblings were just as interesting You can tell how will end up with them I look forward to reading about them to see how easy or hard their journey will be


  6. Linda Linda says:

    Returning home after almost a decade away Neve has no idea what to expect from her brother and sister since they never responded to her letters With trouble trailing her she has no other choice than to face the music She never expected the barman in kilt though Ian left Scotland to help out a friend with his bar he didn´t think meeting the sister would be this flammable and when danger comes calling he will help Secrets and danger lurks everywhere and soon the whole family is in danger Contemporary romance suspense and smutty fluff in a great combo can´t wait to see how Moira and Brennan´s HEA will play out Disclaimer; I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review


  7. Julie Julie says:

    What a great way to end my year This book was absolutely amazing and Shiloh Walker is someone that I'll be keeping my eye on for a very long time I can't believe that it took me so long find her and I regret all of the lost time that I could have been reading her books I've added a bunch of her works to my reading list and I can't wait to get started on them Headed for Trouble seemed like a great read when I first started it and it soon became one of those books that readers always search for the kind that will suck you in and not let you go until the very end When I sat down to write this review I went to look at my notes because I always keep notes usually TONS of them and I didn't have any Not one I was so immersed in the book that I couldn't pull myself away to jot down any notes on what I liked or didn't like To be honest I can't think of a single thing that I didn't like about this book I absolutely loved every single second of my reading experience with this one I found all of the characters really believable and most of them were completely endearing Massive character building success There were a few bad dudes that I HATED with a passion but that was also a success This author made me fall in love with characters and then want to punch a couple others in the throat; to get me to have such strong emotions towards characters that I just met is amazing It's hard to find authors who so fully flesh out every single character To put that kind of depth into so many fictional characters must be incredibly difficult The kicker is that there were uite a few characters like 15 whom we the readers need to keep up with but I didn't struggle with it in the least And this was with picking the book up and then putting it down constantly because our boys are on winter breakI can't say enough about this plot The story had uite a few facets to it and while it was intricate and the plot was interwoven with a few subplots it read very easily The book didn't go too deep into descriptions but it didn't skimp on them either It was simply put a perfect mixture of every ideal book component I really couldn't have asked for a better reading experience I wish that all books had read like this one did I will definitely be reading this again and I'm absolutely going to follow this series and this author from now on Such a great ending to an awfully full reading year I received this novel in exchange for an honest review Check out of my reviews at Little Miss Bookmark


  8. Tori Tori says:

    Headed for Trouble is the beginning of a new trilogy series by Shiloh Walker Built around a trio of siblings the McKays this romance suspense blends an intense emotional romance with a nail biting suspense storyline as the youngest McKay Neve finally comes home after leaving so many years ago On the run from an abusive ex boyfriend she is forced to come clean about her ordeal and let in the family she feels abandoned her to her fate Walker does a good job of addressing domestic violence and the mindset of someone who finds themselves victimized by someone they love The main storyline is influenced heavily by the building the arc and character backgrounds though it doesn’t take away from your enjoyment of the story overall Walker drops hints as to what is in store for the other siblings while creating an action packed finale to this installment Fans of Walker’s will be left both satisfied by the ending but than ready for the next installment The Trouble With Temptation which is set to release May 3 2016


  9. Hannah Hannah says:

    ARC REVIEW Shiloh Walker's newest series The McKays starts off with a bang This was a great read Shiloh Walker does it again she creates a small town of gossipy bizzy bodies a heroine with a dark past and a strong sexy Scottish hero Neve is a poor little rich girl but it's a deserved title She was eight when her parents died and her two older siblings and the housekeeper were left to raise her Neve was desperate for attention and she learned early on that if she behaved badly she got the attention of her family Moira was eighteen and was left to go to college and run the corporation her parents ran and Brannon only thirteen Neve then started the domino effect of her bad behaviour that lead to the nickname Trouble It wasn't until a bad experience in highschool that she was doing it all wrong She tried to change her ways but everybody would not let her past mistakes go This is Neve's story but it also teases a little bit about Moira and Brannon stories tooNeve left home after high school because she wanted to prove to her family that she could make it on her own if she tried She did she became a model but her job was getting in the way of her school and then she was swept of her feet by the a rich british man For ten years she has been gone and for the last six she has been on the run hiding from William Clyde With no place left to go to hide she returns home hoping that her family can offer her the safety she needs Being back home Neve still feels like an outsider the letters she wrote when she was gone all came back return to sender She doesn't know how her family will react to seeing her again Especially after the last time she saw Brannon she threw a classic Neve temper tantrum and left it was also the last time William beat her Ian is the sexy Scot that manages the pub in town Neve's first night back Ian was enchanted with her beauty and it would have lead to a very very satisfying night if they hadn't been interrupted And when Ian finds out she is his best friends little sister he gets that sinking aww shit feeling in his gut After talking to to Brannon Ian decides he's going to go after Neve either way Neve isn't looking for a relationship with her past experience only being a sociopath who almost killed her and has been stalking her for six years Neve is understandable hesitant But Ian does his best to woo her and become the kind of friend she needs right now; if that leads to all the better Ian is successful just by being their for her and understanding her and most important to her he believes her story about William Moira and Brannon welcome back their little sister with open arms and finally begin to mend the broken ties between them It's a lot easier now that they know the full truth about what happened in the time she was gone Let us not forget to mention Gideon bad boy turned town Sheriff ex boyfriend of Moira who's still in love with her Gideon is as much a brother to Neve as Brannon he has always been their for her and never believed the gossip about her This book teases us with the history of Moira and Gideon and some unanswered uestion about some of the stuff that has happened It also introduces us to Hannah another one of Neve's only true friends in school; and it leaves us off with the start of Brannon and Hannah's story Overall this is a great read I love the characters and the story line it's funny and suspenseful all the while Ian is the sweetest hottest book boyfriend since Mrs Walker's Decker I love me a ginger


  10. Sunny Sunny says:

    ARC Review Headed for Trouble is book one in the McKay’s series Neve McKay comes home after a decade away Not sure what kind of reception she will receive from her brother and sister she comes home to recuperate and reconnect On her first night in town she meets the local pub manager Ian Campbell They are overwhelmed by their attraction but things get complicated by his friendship with Neve’s brother Brannon and the circumstances of her return Shiloh Walker’s characters tap into deep emotional reservoirs in this story about surviving abuse coming home and forgiving yourself and your family Having read several of this authors other series including the Ash Trilogy Rafferty and Secrets and Shadows there one thing I know for sure Shiloh Walker knows how to write about the emotional cost of survival Neve returns to confront her past and find strength to address her present situation She has to learn to forgive herself and grow from her past She learns how guilt can be debilitating This growth takes place in the context of coming home and a new relationship I really enjoyed the relationship between Neve and Ian I was a little worried at first that this was too much insta love as their first encounter was incendiary but I really liked how the relationship evolved The way Ian behaves toward Neve is so tender He knows when to handle Neve with kid gloves knows when she needs space and knows when do give her a hug His emotional awareness makes him one of my favorite heroes I also appreciate that Ms Walker refrains from making this relationship overdramatic Neve’s character is already dealing with multiple issues and this connection is a safe harbor As the first book of the McKay’s we are also introduced to the characters that will populate the series including Neve’s sister Moira and her former boyfriend and current police chief Gideon; and Neve’s brother Brannon and his neighbor and friend to Neve Hannah I really enjoy these personalities and Ms Walker gives us just enough to hook us for the forthcoming stories I’m particularly looking forward to Moira and Gideon’s story because I’m a sucker for second chance themes and this one promises to be a doozy In A Nutshell Headed for Trouble is an irresistible start to a new series Filled with colorful characters emotional drama and suspense I’m looking forward to reading


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