Image of Driving Whiskey Wild


Image of Driving Whiskey Wild

Welcome to the Whiskeys series, where all the men are larger than life and sexy as sin! One of the most successful elements of this third, standalone book is the opposites-attract trope as it gives so many opportunities for Bullet and Finlay to clash even while feeling the physical pull of lust. They almost have no control throughout many of their heated exchanges, but Finlay does not allow Bullet to hide behind his tough guy image. The club versus gang parts of the story explain a lot about the Whiskey family in general while the inclusion of Bullet’s PTSD gave insights into his gruff attitude. Finlay helps smooth his rough edges and helps him see that it’s okay to want something for himself.

Caterer Finlay Wilson has agreed to help launch a lunch menu at Whiskey Bros. bar in Peaceful Harbor, Maryland, where Bullet Whiskey manages the day-to-day operations at the family bar. He’s resistant towards the idea of hiring outside the family, but it is Finlay’s frills and sweet demeanor that really gets under his skin. (WORLD LITERARY PRESS, Feb., 310 pp., $12.99)

Reviewed by: 
Anna Dougherty