by Karlene Blakemore-Mowle
The complete Whisky Shots series; book one and book two in one big book bundle
Whisky State of Mind
Whisky “Sky” McKenna, daughter of a once notorious motorcycle club president, just wants to live her own life, without her father’s baggage, without her grandparents’ controlling rules, and preferably without stabbing her obnoxious employer with a fork.
For months, the only thing that kept Sky dragging herself out of bed and off to her job was the brief few moments she got to stand behind her mystery guy at the coffee shop. She didn’t know his name—she didn’t care, all she knew was that those precious few moments each day she spent fantasizing about having his babies was the highlight of her pathetically, mundane life.
Then he walked back into her life. Sawyer Riley; six feet of broody denim and leather with a demand that would turn her life upside down.
Suddenly mundane was beginning to look pretty darn good.
Holding onto her newly found freedom was proving difficult when everyone seemed hell bent on taking it away. How was she supposed to have a future when her past kept getting in the way?
Whisky On My Mind
Life for Whisky McKenna is no longer hanging in limbo. She’s now part owner of her father’s Bar and Grill and back in college finishing her degree. With Sawyer Riley; all six feet of brooding denim and leather at her side, life should be getting easier…but loving Sawyer was never going to be an easy choice; not when he came with a motorcycle club as a third wheel in their relationship.
Added to that, a new threat has emerged bringing with it a complication in the form of her old lover, Caleb Santiago.
Past secrets and old hurts are forced to the surface as Whisky struggles to adjust to her life as Sawyer’s old lady while trying not to lose everything she’s worked so hard for in the process.
Can she love Sawyer and accept his life without letting go of everything that was once important to her? Or will sharing him with the club be too big a sacrifice?
““A short life, lived to its fullest is worth a hundred long lives filled with mediocre. You need the hard times so you can appreciate the good. And you need a few struggles to value the things you’ve earned along the way.” ”
“ “You’re only young. There’s no such thing as failure if you’re still dreaming.””
“ “It proved that no matter how tough a man thought he was—when a five-year-old hands you an empty teacup—you pretended to drink!” ”
“ “The cop and the biker’s daughter...it had Greek tragedy written all over it.” ”
“ “I think I better clear up that little misconception right here and now…playin’ big brother is the last thing I got in mind when it comes to you darlin’. So don’t ever confuse my motives for being brotherly. Got it?” ”