I fell madly in love with Tru Blue. Honestly, Truman's story is one of my top 10 books and from there I was hooked on the Whiskey series. But from that first book, I have wanted Quincy's story.

I felt like I knew most of Quincy's story, but I knew it from Truman's point of view and I KNEW it would be an emotional ride. Everything he came through to get to this point made him someone so genuine and human. He had walked through fire and come out of it surrounded by the love and support of the Whiskey clan. I really loved him and his commitment to being the best version of himself he could be.

I don't really remember Roni but she was a great compliment for Quincy. She had walked through her own fire and come out solid. As beautiful inside as she was out. I loved how perfectly she fit in with everyone and how supportive she was of everything Quincy was going through.

This series is awesome. I love that they can be read in order, to give you this great family connection or as a complete standalone. And since I've read them as a series getting a little more of each couple with every book has been as great as watching the guys and girls on the outskirts take their turn at centre stage.

I'm not going to lie this was a lot less devastating than I was expecting. Which may have something to do with the fact I was expecting complete devastation. But I felt more uplifted by the fact they were both so solid. In their recoveries and in each other. And now I am dying to get Running on Diesel. He has been teasing me from the background and I can't wait to get to know him better.




1 comment:

  1. I can feel just how much you love the series! I love that you've been waiting for Quincy's book. Thank you for sharing your amazing review! OXOX


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