Release Date: January 9, 2018
learned that the only person you can count on in life is yourself. Moving
forward, I’m living for me. Working toward standing on my own two feet,
that’s my goal. Funny how meeting him changed my path.
West Virginia for more than a day or two. Spending time here brings back
a lot of fond memories. When I stopped by an old friend’s bar, I was
expecting to grab a drink and catch up. What I didn’t expect was her.
Kaylee Ryan, for me, is one of those authors that is absolutely fail safe. She has never (in my oh so important opinion) written a less than fantastic chapter never mind book. I need to know no more than she has written the book and that alone will ensure that I read it. Reading it always leads to loving it. Always.
Hey, Whiskey was no different. Not even a little bit. It was amazing. I was actually in a reading slump before I began to read it. I fell in love with the characters immediately. I got immersed in their world, could feel the atmosphere in the books and left reality behind
It can be hard to come across characters or plot lines that haven’t been done before. In general, as long as the author puts their spin on it, I don’t really mind. Saylor and Rhett though were refreshing. I didn’t feel like I had read them before. They were a fantastic pair and I really enjoyed them. They both made me laugh and by God my eyes were leaking – again. I am not sure if Kaylee Ryan has written a book that hasn’t caused a tear or two.
Rhett is handsome, charming and really lovable. I mean who isn’t a sucker for a man who loves his grandpa! Saylor is smart, strong, funny, confident and a real spitfire. Their chemistry together was just perfect. Such an easy read as always. My only complaint is that it ended!
author. When she’s not spinning tales of happily ever after, she’s
reading or spending time with family. Born and raised an Ohio girl,
Kaylee resides in Cincinnati with her husband and their son.