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review 2019-08-13 12:06
Tasty
Ross - Lynn Raye Harris

This is book #3, in the 7 Brides For 7 Blackthornes series.  This book can be read as a standalone novel.  For reader enjoyement, and to fully understand the series, I recommend reading this series in order.

 

Ross is thrown back into the company business after an accident that almost ended in tragedy.  He is not happy to be there, until he meets his mentor.  She is fiery, sexy, and everything he never knew he needed.

 

Holly wants nothing to do with a playboy who couldn't remember he already met her!  It's a crime that he is even there in the first place.  Too much has already happened to her family, and she wants to make the most of her position, so she will teach the unteachable.

 

This story was a pleasant surprise and not at all what I thought I was going to get.  This series is already turning out to be great.  I love these characters with the heat that sizzles between them, as well as the banter that just makes me laugh out loud.  Overall a good pace and a terrific read.  I give this a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

 

 

***This ARC copy was given in exchange for an honest review.

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review 2019-08-06 18:40
Whiskey Flick
Whiskey Flick - Ryan Ringbloom
 

I Picked Up This Book Because: Continue the "series"

The Characters:

Sascha:
Jenn:
Remi, Henry, Tina

The Story:

I have to start out saying I didn’t really bond with the characters in this book. I didn’t even start to care what was happening until mutual heartbreak happened. (I know that says something about me but I do not care to explore what) It was a long slog through the first 63 pages. I read the remaining 50 pages in just one night but I had to purposely decide to buckle down and commit. There is nothing wrong with Sascha and Jenn, I just had trouble connecting. Remi brought much needed comic relief to the story and in the end, I did enjoy the book. And I really liked the multiple epilogues.


The Random Thoughts:

I'm a little upset with myself for reading out of order. This isn’t technically a series but the characters are connected from book to book and I might have enjoyed this book more had I gotten to know Sascha and Jenn in Henry’s book (Whiskey Trick)

The Score Card:

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2.5 Stars
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review 2019-07-20 03:29
I really think it was me on this one. ..
Whiskey and Moonshine - Elizabeth Noble

For some reason it just struck me as too much sunshine, lollipops and rainbows.

 

By the time I got done listening to this book...I was bored and I just felt like I wanted my life back. I've read/listened to stories that were way more over the top with the sunshine, lollipops and rainbows and enjoyed them...so, seriously I'm thinking this was as much me as anything but whatever the reason this story and me were just not a happening thing.

 

Still I appreciate the publisher giving me the opportunity to give this audio book a try and there are a lot of really good reviews out there by some pretty awesome people. So please don't just take my word for it about this one, check it out you may end up liking it a whole lot more than I did.

 

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An audio book of 'Whiskey and Moonshine' was graciously provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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review 2019-07-19 20:34
Whiskey in a Teacup - Reese Witherspoon
For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-Cycle

Okay read. Mostly I don't think it was a great fit for me. I picked up the audiobook from the library because I was looking for a short book and have a guilty pleasure for reading books written by famous people who didn't get famous by writing books.

Basically, this book covers how to do things in a vaguely "southern" way. After reading this book, I realized I have no interest in "the south" (the cooking, parties, decor, etc.), hence the not-so-great fit. While the book was well-written, it just didn't really interest me. 

Good book for those looking for some basic "southern" recipes, holiday ideas, and brief how-to for throwing various parties and such. The book also had a great upbeat feel to it with various life lessons along the way.

The audiobook also comes with a pdf on the first disc of the pictures and recipes. 
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review 2019-06-30 16:33
Whiskey Sour by J.A. Konrath
Whiskey Sour - J.A. Konrath

I really love this series!
Jack or Jackie Daniels is one bad-ass cop. She doesn't take and guff and she is not afraid to do the hard things. You have to admire her work ethic as a cop too. She just won't stop, even when she should.
Intense, page-turning for the entire story.
There was a few moments, closer to the end of the novel, where I just couldn't read it at night. It got too scary and I am home alone at night a lot. Didn't want anything have me sleeping with a light on.... LOL
That just shows how good the author writes though. 
Can't wait to read the next in the series. I have it on my Kindle.
I highly recommend this series.

 

 

 

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