Wicked Whiskey Love (The Whiskeys #4) by Melissa Foster
After escaping abusive parents and, later, an abusive relationship, Sarah Beckley has spent a lifetime watching snakes shed their skin. With two small children to care for and another on the way, she’s finally found a home in Peaceful Harbor with the brother she hasn’t seen in more than a decade. She’s still searching for her sister, but life is good. If only she could stop thinking about the sinfully sexy doctor/biker who has taken to her children like a loving uncle-and to her like a hungry man.
Trust doesn’t come easily for Sarah, but Bones Whiskey is patient and protective, amazing with her children, and he looks at her like she is the only woman he could ever want-and more. With two little ones underfoot, Sarah expects him to move on quickly, yet with every tender kiss and each trying moment with the children, Bones surprises her. But will the fiercely loyal biker stick around when Sarah’s worst secret is revealed, or will he shed his skin, too?
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I love MC romance. I love slow burn romance. I love insta-love romance. I love just about any kind you can think of. This book has so many of my favorite things, that I knew it was gonna be amazing. Add in the fact that it was about one of the Whiskeys, (a family I’ve fallen in love with over the course of the previous books!) and this book was bound to be a 5+ star read!
Bones Whiskey is a good man. Dependable, loyal, and HOT! He is everything that any woman could want. He set his sights on Sarah the very first time he met her. But knowing she was skittish, he has been patient with her, slowly inserting himself into her life.
Sarah has had a really bad life. So bad, she doesn’t trust when things are going well. But she is determined to make a better life for herself and her children. She isn’t sure if Bones is good for her, or if he is going to bring more bad to her life. She tries to resist him, even though he is absolutely perfect. She keeps waiting for the other shoe to drop, knowing it’s coming.
This book has somehow combined insta-love, with the slow burn type of love that I enjoy so much. Even though the feelings were there for them both at their first meeting, Bones was patient, biding his time, waiting for Sarah to catch up, and the resulting story was perfect. There were some parts that were pretty rough, and I shed a few tears, but there was an overall good feeling to this story. Family plays a huge part in this book, and there were plenty of laughs. I love the Whiskeys, and Bones, Sarah and the little ones just added to that love!