Fox is my favorite from this series. He just has diarrhea of the mouth. What ever he is thinking just comes out. He is so cute!!!
This book was fantastic!!! It drew me in from the start, and kept me sucked in til the very last sentence. I love the career path that the author put Melody on. Dancing isn’t a career you see many heroines in, so it was a nice change! Add in the fact she was starting her own business, it makes her kinda kick butt. I loved Fox. He was perfect for her! There weren’t headgames being played, and he never withheld how much she meant to him. The suspense in this book was perfect, and had me on the edge of my seat at times. I would definitely recommend one clicking this fantastic read!!!
This is the second book in the Collins brothers series. This is Fox’s story he is the youngest out of the three brothers but still older than the baby of the family Tabby from Montgomery Ink Series. The family is all close and loving it’s a wonderful. Even though everything is going great for Fox and his family, Fox feels like something or someone is missing. Fox can’t get a certain blonde outta his mind it was a one night stand that involved one to many shots of whiskey that night.
Melody has just moved to the small town of Whiskey to start a new life and to live with her grandma Ms. Pearl and help her anyway she can but small towns nothing stays secret for long. Melody had hoped to stay under the radar but one evening as she grabs take out from the bar owned by Fox’s brother Dare she runs into the one person she’d hoped to avoid Fox. He’s the one night stand she’d hoped to forget but after seeing him the feelings toward him blossom instead of dying off and she’ll fight her hardest to deny them and him or anything they could have.
Overall I loved Fox and Melody! Something about Fox just draws you in and can’t help but love him! This is a wonderful read and the storyline is amazing! Can’t wait to read more books in the series.
Oh my goodness what can I say about this book? Besides I absolutely loved it. Fox and melody were awesome together. Can not wait for more. I have never been disappointed with any of her books and I know I never will.
I enjoyed this book. While Fox may not have been as “alpha” as some other book heroes, he was still strong and passionate. Melody is s woman who has made some mistakes, but ready to move on with a fresh start. The two of them try to keep romance at bay and be friends, to no avail. I also enjoyed the family dynamics. Fox’s family is loyal and supportive, while Miss Pearl is a hoot. The sex scenes were hot & the romance is fulfilling. I’m looking forward to the next book.
After a night of whiskey shots and lots of chemistry Melody and Fox had the best night of their lives. Three months later they find each other but Melody doesn’t want a relationship. It’s a pretty sweet story since Fox is a sweet guy with his own sexy side. Melody is turning over a leaf and decided Whiskey would be where she put down roots. There’s a little suspense with someone stalking Melody and her own secrets from the past. Fox is a steady rock by her side though even when she sent him to the friend zone. Lovely book on the Whiskey series! I can not wait for Loch’s story...
Fox won me over from his first appearance on the page. He’s a dedicated, hard-working and extremely loyal man. He’s got those alpha tendencies that I tend to love in my heroes, but he also knows how to be a gentle, caring and extremely sensual man. I also can’t forget mention that Fox is pretty high up on my hotness scale. Fox’s personality and attitude make him a very like man.
Melody has talent, drive and a touch of sass that puts her in a class that’s all her own. She starting a new chapter of her life, in a small town while still trying to heal from the consequences of bad choices. Melody has those dreamer tendencies and a caring nature that make her the wonderful person she is.
Whiskey may have been the catalyst, but chemistry and connection always get you in the end. Fox and Melody shared night of whiskey fueled passion that left way more than a hangover the next morning. Leaving two people with a longing of something or should I say someone more in their lives. Fox and Melody dance around the feelings they share giving readers a sweet, sensual tale of love that heats up pretty quickly.
Whiskey Reveals is low on the drama and all about the feels. I really enjoyed the connection between Melody and Fox. The way that Melody revealed her secrets and the way Fox receives and reacts is worth the story alone.
Whiskey Reveals is entertaining, sweet and hot. The perfect combination in a romance.
So I have an extensive background with Carrie Ann's books. I've been working may way through her works and I've read an insane amount of her books. BUT I think, so far, this is one of my favorites yet!
Fox and Melody have such a complicated relationship that it made this book so much fun! I couldn't wait to see what was/or wasn't going to happen next! Then you bring in their families and BOOM we have MAGIC! The Collins brothers have a really close family, that alone brings drama and crazy things. Then, when we add in Melody's grandma, it just makes things even better! I love how this is a small town and really a small town romance.
A part from Fox and Melody's families, I think a lot of the reason I loved this so much was their individual characters. Fox being a writer, of course, makes him so interesting to me as a blogger and avid reader. I think his character has such a finesse about him, much like Griffin did in Written in Ink, because he's a writer. It's almost as if his thoughts describe more, but that could just be Carrie Ann being super creative! But along those same likes I love Melody. I love how skittish she is, but determined to live her life. Really I just love these two!
With the addition of some CRAZY twists and turns this was such an awesome read. I truly loved every second. There wasn't a point where I thought I needed to get past this part, or thinking it needed to move along. The pace was great, the story line was great and the character development was amazing. After reading this, I CANNOT wait for Loch's book!!!
Whiskey Reveals is Fox and Melody’s story. Melody is granddaughter of the mysterious Ms Pearl. She and Fox meet at Dare’s bar and have a one time fling. Fast Forward 3
months, Fox is writing an editorial on the infamous Ms Pearl and runs into Melody again. The two try to be just friends, but with these two, there’s too much steam to be friends. I enjoyed this story, but I think I still like Dare/Kenzie’s better.
Have you ever had a group of friends that you love hanging out with? No matter what they're always up for a good time. Well, Carrie Ann Ryan delivers new friends mixed with old friends in her newest book Whiskey Reveals. This is the 2nd book in her Whiskey & Lies series (and if you haven't read the 1st book Whiskey Secrest...get that puppy NOW!) about the 2nd Collins brother Fox. Fox Collins is the laid-back brother. The one that goes with the flow, that always has a ready laugh but he's more interested in writing stories for his newspaper than dating or falling in love like his siblings. Melody Waters moves to Whiskey to get a fresh start. Most of her life has centered around dancing and she is now making her dream of opening her own dance studio a reality. She doesn't have time for romance. But a night of whiskey with a stranger may have both Fox and Melody changing their tune. Carrie Ann Ryan wows us again with her witty writing and fun loving characters. The small town of Whiskey is nothing short of endearing. The story does have a touch of mystery/suspense which will keep you turning page after page. Carrie Ann does an amazing job of intertwining everyday problems with her fabulous characters that make them all the more real. This book was entertaining, heartfelt and a joy to read. I look forward to the next book about the last Collins brother!
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader’s Copy of this book.
We are back in Whiskey with the Collins’, this time it’s youngest of the brothers turn.
Fox Collins, hot owner and editor of the town newspaper the Whiskey Chronicles. Ladies this man is the total package; smart, funny, a business owner, and did I mention he is hot!!!
Melody Waters Whiskey’s is newest resident and she may have met Fox a few months before moving to town and they shared one hot night together. She has moved to town for two reasons, to help her aging grandmother and to start a new chapter in her life by becoming a business and owner herself.
I love being back with the Colllins clan, seeing the family is great. Fox really is into Melody and she is into him, but all she thinks she can afford to be right now is friends. She also doesn’t think she deserves more because of her past, a past that she really doesn’t want to explain just yet.
Seeing these two characters building their relationship is so sweet. I adore Melody’s grandmother, with whom Fox is interviews for a article in the paper. She has done so much in her life and is one of the town’s most notorious residents. LOL!!!
Of course it wouldn’t be a Carrie Ann Ryan story if she didn’t give us a little mystery and boy does she give us a big one in the form of a stalker, someone from her past is out to get Melody.
Ryan has done it once again writing a witty, heartwarming love story full of family, fun, a strong woman and man, with a dash of mystery.
I can’t wait for more from the Collins family!!!
I loved this story! It was great to get Fox's story! He loves his family but he feels a little bit like the odd one out for multiple reasons. Melody has just moved to town to open up a dance studio and to try and start her life. She has had a hard few years and is taking the opportunity to move in with her Grandma to help her out and find her place. Fox and Melody had a one night stand a few months prior, before she moved back for good. Neither one was expecting what they found. Fox hasn't been able to stop thinking about her but when they reconnect she isn't looking for something serious, or at all. I loved how the story flowed through the book and we get to see them build a relationship and friendship. They get thrown a few curve balls that have to be dealt with but it also pushes them in the right direction. There's some intrigue in this story. The sex is explicit but not very frequent. It fits both the story and the characters. While there isn't a lot of action, this story does pull in you and hold your attention from beginning to end. Once I started reading it, I didn't want to put it down.
I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.