Audio Review: Taming My Whiskey by Melissa Foster

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Taming My Whiskey By Melissa Foster

Narrated by Devra Woodward and Aiden Snow


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This is the sixth book in The Whiskeys series by this author. It can be read as a complete standalone. Each book in this series is about a different couple but with interconnected characters. You do not need to read the other books to enjoy this one. I’ll be honest, this is probably my favorite series of this author. The characters, their issues and circumstances, seem more real. I’ve also been looking forward to getting Dixie’s story from the very beginning. She’s the only girl with three overly protective brothers and is surrounded by a whole bunch of other “brothers” and “uncles”. Even in the other books it was always a struggle for her to date. You knew the right one had to be someone special, and Jace Stone is definitely someone special. He’s a big, tough, “not looking for commitment”, just having fun and focusing on my business, alpha male. Even though he’s known Dixie for a while, the switch was finally flipped from “must stay away” to “must have”. There are so many things to love about Jace. He is sexy, sweet, protective, and caring. The chemistry between the two is hot.

I have to be honest, Dixie missed the mark a little for me. While she is sassy and strong in most areas, I think I expected more. There’s a fine line between being vulnerable and being whiny, and she fell slightly on the whiny side for me. Most may not see her this way, and my feelings may be because I had such high expectations for her in all areas. The other thing that missed the mark for me is that the rest of this series is about people with real jobs, real lives, real circumstances, but in this one we are back to the multi-millionaire alpha. I know that may be seem like a ridiculous thing to be picky about, but there are so many books out there where the money is the sign of success and is a focal point of the book. The rest of the series is more about the people and I loved that change of pace.

The narrators for this book were really good.  Their voices were the perfect fit for these characters.  In general, this was a good book. It was a good addition to this series. There are also hint of what I hope to be future books in this series. If you like this author and this series then definitely check it out.

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