Whiskey Lies (Falling For Whiskey Book 1) by Brittanee Nicole

This is the first book in the Falling For Whiskey Duet.

He says I’m his soulmate. But I’m also another man’s wife.

It was supposed to be a simple weekend away to forget the heartache caused by my cheating husband. But the man sitting next to me in 1B has different plans. Cash’s whiskey-colored eyes and easy smile beg me to dance beneath the stars, kiss in the moonlight, and walk hand in hand down the streets of Boston. Unfortunately, life has other plans because I’m still married, and Cash James is the billionaire playboy standing between me and my dream promotion.

My job is simple—find Mr. James a wife. But nothing is easy when simply walking into his office and inhaling his woodsy scent makes me feel a buzz like I’ve just sipped straight from the whiskey bottle. He makes me tipsy with emotion. Breathless, fearless, and stupid.

Because no matter how good it feels in the moment, our love burns on the way down.

I absolutely love this book. The characters are fantastic and the story is great.

I absolutely love Cash. God, he is such a romantic, but he also knows how to take charge. I loved how he met Grace and I loved how persistent he was towards her. Spark flew instantly and the spice was hot. I loved seeing them fall in love.

Grace was a good character. She’s going through a lot and you have to feel sorry for her. I do think that she made things harder for herself though by not being honest from the start. Cash would have supported and helped her if he had known. When he did find out the truth, he was there for her.

The story was great. They are both being with their problems but can’t help falling for on another. The ending made me mad. Grace should have known better and said no and Cash should have known that her words were twisted. I really hope that he sees some sense and calms down enough to talk it through.

Overall, this book was fantastic and I would definitely recommend it. I can’t wait to read the next book.

My rating: 5/5*

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