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Feisty Red, an all-new secret baby, second chance romance from USA Today bestselling author Stacey Kennedy, is available now!

Clara Carter is the brains behind Three Chicks Brewery. The oldest and most responsible of the Carter sisters, she doesnโ€™t have time for anything but taking care of her son and making sure her familyโ€™s top beer, Foxy Diva, gets into bars across North America. Which means getting the brew in front of Coloradoโ€™s biggest beer distributor. Unfortunately, that becomes tricky when the man in charge of distribution is none other than Sullivan Kenne, the cowboy who ran out on her seven years ago.

Sullivanโ€™s life has been filled with one wrong move after another. First, he tried to prove himself to his bastard father by joining a professional baseball team, a choice Sullivan still regrets. Then he bailed on Clara, the only woman heโ€™s ever loved. Seeing her again makes Sullivan determined to right his wrongs. Unfortunately, he wasnโ€™t counting on one of those wrongs being a six-year-old son he never knew aboutโ€ฆ

Reuniting with Clara and meeting his son is a shockingโ€”and amazingโ€”experience. But as much as Sullivan tries to return to his roots and be the stand-up cowboy of Claraโ€™s dreams, the reality is that sheโ€™s having trouble trusting him. Luckily, Sullivan knows the way to Claraโ€™s heart, and heโ€™ll prove to her that a second chance with a cowboy is worth the risk.

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โ€œHow long has it been since youโ€™ve done something like this?โ€ she asked.ย 

โ€œSeven years.โ€ย 

โ€œSeriously? Seven years?โ€ย 

The light from the fire was impressively bright, revealing the chiseled lines of his cheekbones. โ€œLife is different in Boston,โ€ he explained, gaze on the sky. โ€œNot so quiet. And when we travel for games, we always play in big cities. I donโ€™t get the chance to get out to places where the city lights donโ€™t hide the stars.โ€ย 

She looked to the sky herself, spotting the milky way. Over the years, many of her old high school friends had moved away with big city dreams. Sheโ€™d never had those dreams herself, loving small-town life. The old Sullivan she knew would have hated the big city too. She figured she better get to know this Sullivan. โ€œDo you like the big city?โ€ she asked.ย 

โ€œParts of it,โ€ he said. โ€œSome parts, I donโ€™t.โ€

She smiled, dropping her head to the side to watch his expression. โ€œLike the bars?โ€ย ย 

The side of his mouth curved before he glanced her way, lifting an eyebrow. โ€œYou saw the tabloid article, then?โ€ย 

She nodded. Everyone saw all the articles about him. Every week, on a new issue in the grocery store line. โ€œWhatโ€™s going on with all of that? The bar fights and stuff?โ€ And, of course, by โ€œstuff,โ€ she totally meant women.ย 

Obviously picking up on that, Sullivanโ€™s mouth quirked up at the corner again. โ€œDoes the stuff wear dresses and high heels?โ€ย 

She sent her gaze to the fire. โ€œItโ€™s none of my business. You donโ€™t have to talk about it. Itโ€™s justโ€ฆโ€ย 

โ€œJust what?โ€ย 

She felt his stare. โ€œYou were always a one-woman type of guy. What changed?โ€ย 

โ€œNothing,โ€ he said in a quiet voice. She dared to look at him then, and his jaw was clenched, tension creasing the lines around his eyes while he watched the fire burn. โ€œThe women, theyโ€™re a distraction.โ€ย 

โ€œFrom?โ€ she pressed, not even sure why she wanted to know the answer so bad.ย 

The heat from the fire became all-encompassing as he drew in the longest, deepest breath then blew it out through his nose. โ€œFrom the shit that gets heavy in my head.โ€ย 

She froze, shocked by his answer. Of all the things she had expected him to say, that certainly wasnโ€™t it. For fun. Because I donโ€™t want anything serious. Something like that, not anything deep.ย 

At the silence, he turned his head to the side, watching her closely. โ€œDistractions help me take a break from that.โ€ย 

โ€œI suppose they would,โ€ she agreed gently. She had seen the guy she loved fade when his mom passed away, but he was lost forever when his fatherโ€™s abuse started. But right here, right now, she could almost see the guy heโ€™d been when his mother was alive. The good guy, the guy who wouldnโ€™t simply vanish from someoneโ€™s life so cruelly. โ€œWhat about this bar fight that got you suspended?โ€

โ€œIt never should have happened,โ€ he said, looking back to the sky with a heavy sigh. โ€œIโ€™m careful not to drink too much, to always stay in control, but that night, my control slipped.โ€ย 

She took a guess. โ€œBecause of your dad dying?โ€

โ€œI suspect my dadโ€™s death had something to do with it, yeah.โ€ The shame on his face was more punishment than anyone should endure, and the orange hue from the fire detailed every bit of it. โ€œWe were leaving the bar, me and a bunch of teammates, and we came across an asshole fighting with his girlfriend. He was screaming at her, and then he pushed her, and she fell.โ€ He stopped to take a deep breath before continuing. โ€œI didnโ€™t know them. I had no business interfering. But something in my head snapped, and I acted before I even knew what was happening.โ€

โ€œWait,โ€ Clara said, trying to understand. โ€œWhy didnโ€™t you say that the guy was hurting his girlfriend? Iโ€™d say thatโ€™s forgivable. You were protecting her.โ€ย 

โ€œBecause Iโ€™m no better, Clara,โ€ Sullivan said, dryly. He turned his head then, revealing many years of pain in his eyes. โ€œI put my hands on someone in violence, in rage. That is unforgivable.โ€ย 

She tried to see it his way, but failed. โ€œNo, you were giving the guy a taste of his own medicine. Seriously, Sullivan, people would have sided with you.โ€ She watched him for a moment, looking for a single flicker of agreement with her on his expression. Trying to understand, she asked, โ€œSo, instead of explaining that, you took the suspension?โ€ย 

โ€œThatโ€™s right.โ€ย 

She processed, scenting the piney aroma from the trees hugging the firepit. Nothing feltโ€ฆright. Something was missing. She sat up straight, scooting to the end of her chair to face him fully. โ€œWhy are you home, Sullivan?โ€ she asked.ย 

His brows drew together. โ€œYou already know why. To get my head right.โ€ย 

She considered all this again, but something seemed off. โ€œI know what you told me. A bar fight led to a suspension, and you came home to deal with your past because of the fight. But to avoid all of that, all you had to do was tell the truth about what happened. So, again, why are you here?โ€ย 

Their gazes held before he looked back at the fire. It seemed like he wasnโ€™t going to answer her, but then she almost wished he hadnโ€™t. โ€œWhen I sobered up that next day at the police station, I knew I was on my way to becoming him.โ€ย 

โ€œYour father?โ€ย 

โ€œYes,โ€ he said slowly.ย 

Claraโ€™s heart squeezed painfully, her breath all but gone.ย 

Before she could even think up a reply, he added, โ€œOf course, not completely. I still think the guy I hit deserved it. But I realized I became the very thing I hate. I pushed all the bad shit down deep enough that I felt nothing. Just rage. Until it all exploded.โ€ He turned his head again, torment swirling in the depths of his eyes, and said oh-so softly, โ€œMy dad did that until there was nothing left of him, until only rage lived in the spots that were once good. So, thatโ€™s why Iโ€™m here, Clara. To face the shit that makes me feel uncomfortable so that doesnโ€™t happen to me.โ€ย 

The world seemed to slow as coldness swept across her. Not knowing what to say, she looked to the fire because, just like that, the years vanished. This was the Sullivan she did know, and she, behind all the hurt and worry for Masonโ€™s well-being, loved this man. But he was drowning in the dark misery and desperately wanted a way out, but unable to find it.ย 


His soft voice pulled her focus to his warm, gentle eyes.ย 

โ€œIโ€™m sorry for leaving you the way I did.โ€ His voice blistered. โ€œIโ€™m sorry I wasnโ€™t strong enough to be what you needed.โ€ย ย 

Tears welled in her eyes, and nothing could stop them from rolling down her cheeks. For as long as she could remember, sheโ€™d wanted an explanation, an apology. Now she had those things, but only one truth remained: theyโ€™d both done their best in a terrible situation that no one deserved. As much as she wanted to blame Sullivan for leaving and breaking her heart, she couldnโ€™t. Her aching heart reached for him. โ€œIโ€™m sorry I wasnโ€™t strong enough to help you.โ€

Bettina A’s Review: 4 Stars

This is about a second chance at love. Sullivan and Clara were high school sweethearts. Due to unfortunate turn of events Sullivan left River Rock along with Clara and never looked back. Seven years later heโ€™s back to face his demons. Little did he know that going home for a month would change his life. I enjoyed this book. Even with the miscommunication and the pain they went through you can still feel the love that had for each other. Even though this is the second book in the series I liked that I didnโ€™t have to read the first book to understand whatโ€™s going on. Iโ€™ll go back and read it because I want to read about her sister. All in all I would recommend this book to others.


Feisty Red (Three Chicks Brewery, #2)Feisty Red by Stacey Kennedy
Tanya Rae’s rating: 4 of 5 stars

Feisty Red is the 2nd book in the Three Chicks Brewery Series and is the first book that I read in this series and by this author. This is Clara Carter and Sullivan Kenneโ€™s story.

Clara and her sisters own Three Chicks Brewery. They need a beer distributor. Sullivan is a pro baseballer who is on suspension. He goes home and tags along with his uncle to the brewery. He hasnโ€™t been home in 7 years and there he finds out he has a son. A 6 year old son that he knew nothing about.

This was an enjoyable second chance romance. You can read each of these books as a standalone. I look forward to reading the next book in this series. As well as the first book too.

Lita T’s Review: 3.5 Stars

Feisty Red (Three Chicks Brewery #2) by Stacey Kennedy. As the oldest Carter sister her life revolves her sisters, her son and the brewery. When Sullivan walked out on her 7 years ago he didn’t know she was pregnant with his child. Now back in his home town Sullivan knows he has some demons from his past he has to face. Seeing Clara again is something he looked forward to eventhough he knows he hurt her by leaving the way he did. When he comes face to face with Clara’s son he realizes he has a kid. This story was what I would call a small burn. Sullivan not only has to deal with the fact he has a six year old son but the pain of his past is destroying his future. Clara has not stop loving Sullivan and seeing him again has brought all the old feelings back. The journey the author took me on was sweet and the reconnecting of Clara and Sullivan shows that love can find it’s way back home. Mason is over the moon his father is a famous baseball player. A cute kid. I also enjoyed the ending of the book which set up book 3. Book 3 looks to be rather interesting 3.5 stars for me.


About Stacey Kennedy

Stacey Kennedy is a USA Today bestselling author who writes contemporary romances full of heat, heart, and happily ever afters. With over 50 titles published, her books have hit Amazon, B&N, and Apple Books bestseller lists.
Stacey lives with her husband and two children in southwestern Ontarioโ€”in a city thatโ€™s just as charming as any of the small towns she creates. Most days, youโ€™ll find her enjoying the outdoors with her family or venturing into the forest with her horse, Priya. Staceyโ€™s just as happy curled up indoors, where she writes surrounded by her lazy dogs. She believes that sexy books about hot cowboys or alpha heroes can fix any bad day. But wine and chocolate help too.


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