Whiskey by Molly McAdams _ Book Review

Whiskey

A stand-alone romance novel in the Brewed series

I’m the Dixon who left.

Through the good, bad, and worst imaginable, I stayed gone.

When I return home after a decade, I’m not surprised by the cold reception from my family . . . or my brother’s best friend.

Emberly Olsen.

I spent my childhood tormenting her.

Now these days with her feel like the cruelest sort of unintended revenge.

We’ve changed.

She’s changed.

Pure confidence and sensuality, but her pouty lips and heavy-lidded eyes scream contempt. And word around town? She’s untouchable.

But after sharing a few drinks, her snide comments turn teasing.

Sneers become smiles.

Huffs change to laughs.

Laughs to moans, sweeter than any sound.

Years of animosity ignite into carnal need and passion.

We can blame it on the whiskey.

I have a feeling we’ll try.

But we aren’t that drunk.

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Molly grew up in California but now lives in the oh-so-amazing state of Texas with her husband, daughter, and fur babies. When she’s not diving into the world of her characters, some of her hobbies include hiking, snowboarding, traveling, and long walks on the beach . . . which roughly translates to beinga homebody and dishing out movie quotes with her hubby. She has a weakness forcrude-humored movies and loves curling up in a fluffy blanket during a thunderstorm . . . or under one in a bathtub if there are tornados. That way she can pretend they aren’t really happening.

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review

[I received a digital arc for an honest review]

Whiskey is the second book in Molly McAdam’s brewed series. If you love contemporary romance and haven’t read anything by McAdams you should fix that because her writing is wonderful, and she knows how to tug on the heart strings.

Cayson Dixon left home 9 years ago to escape his hometown and make the best of himself. He’s now come home and faced with a family who blames him for their fathers death, the girl he gave his young heart to who doesn’t want him back, and a childhood reputation he can’t seem to shake. No matter how much Cayson teased and tortured Emberly as kids she couldn’t stop herself from seeing behind his walls. She is torn in a million direction with his return, anger, happiness and fear that he’ll disappear again.

Then he was moving, closing the distance between us so my entire world was bourbon and sandalwood and Cayson f*cking Dixon.”

Whiskey took me through an array of emotions. I was frustrated at the people around Cayson, and I was angry on his behalf. It might be because I’m a mother but Cayson’s treatment especially as a young boy just devastated me.{{Full blown tears more than once while reading}} There wasn’t a stage in his life, from the young boy struggling to the grown man just wanting to be seen, that I didn’t want to wrap Cayson up in the biggest hug and never let him go. I understood Emberly’s hesitation and resistance towards him. Her side of the equation was a whole sea of complicated that she had to swim through, but she kept trying to accept the real Cayson. When they weren’t fighting against their past and her fear of the future, they were really great together – fun and passionate.

But her touch, that girl, could have me doing anything. Shifting the world. Staying here forever. Falling to my goddamn knees.”

Whiskey was a fantastic addition to the Brewed series, and I am dying for the next book after that prologue !!!!

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