Book Review / New Release


Driving Whiskey Wild

The Whiskey’s #3

By: Melissa Foster

I have to start by saying that I was so happy to be able to spend some more time with the Whiskey Family and their friends from the Dark Knight’s Motorcycle Club.   Bullet Whiskey is ex Special Forces, he’s a member of the Dark Knights, he spends more hours running the family’s bar – Whiskey Bros which leaves him very little time for anything else in his life. He think’s it’s his life’s mission to be the protector of his family and their bar.   He met Finlay Wilson at a family wedding and found her interesting, she’s sweet, she’s innocent and absolutely nothing like him, or is she???   Bullet’s sister hires her to help expand the bar by offering food.     Bullet isn’t too impressed with the idea, not because he doesn’t want her there, not because he doesn’t think she can help improve the place, because he thinks she’s sweet and innocent and being around the rough tough Dark Knight’s can be a little intimidating.

Finlay’s life has been tough, her boyfriend died, and her father so she’s decided to move back to her hometown to be closer to other members of her family.   She wants to get her Catering business off the ground so when Dixie offers her a job at Whiskey Bros she wants to take it, even having to work and spend time with Bullet who she thinks is a big bruff arrogant bike riding man.   How will this work out????   Finlay is afraid of dogs….. Bullet has a dog called Tinkerbell, yes you read that right, the big bruff Bullet has a dog called Tinkerbell.   Passions ignite between these two. There are a few surprising aspects in this book that I didn’t see coming.   I loved spending more time with the Whiskey’s and their friends and can’t wait to spend more time with them.


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