Truly, Madly, Whiskey (Unabridged)
A new, emotionally riveting, sexy standalone romance by New York Times best-selling author Melissa Foster. Watch mysteriously sexy Bear Whiskey claw his way to his happily-ever-after with sassy, rebellious Crystal Moon.
Eight months is a long damn time to have the hots for a woman who keeps a guy at arm's length. But Crystal Moon is no ordinary woman. She's a sinfully sexy, sass-mouthed badass, and the subject of Bear Whiskey's midnight fantasies. She's also one of his closest friends.
Just when Crystal thinks she has her life under control, scorching-hot, possessive, aggressive, and fiercely loyal Bear pushes all her sexual buttons, relentless in his pursuit to make her his.
The more Bear pushes, the hotter their passion burns, unearthing memories for Crystal that are best kept buried. But there's no stopping the collision of her past and present, catapulting the two lovers down an emotional and sexually charged road that has them questioning all they thought they knew.
Love this book!
Love, love, love everything Melissa Foster!
Bear is sexy, loyal and not afraid to show his feelings. He's flirted endlessly with Crystal for months but she's kept him at arms length. Once her walls begin to crumble, she no longer fights her attraction and they begin to build something special. The chemistry between these two is off the charts. I really enjoyed it!
My Thoughts on Truly, Madly, Whiskey
I got a little glimpse of Bear in the first book in this series, Tru Blue, and I liked him then but that didn’t nearly prepare me for what a great leading man he’d be in this story. Not only was he great with kids and an amazing brother and son, but he also was supportive and compassionate and patient with Crystal. While many men would have given up after months of flirting and waiting with no progress, Bear held on. Not because he couldn’t take no for an answer, but because the feelings were mutual, and patience was what Crystal needed. Her past and many events throughout that past made it necessary for him to be patient with her, but it more than paid off. They were great together, and I honestly really enjoyed the slow burn feel to their relationship. Once they finally came together it felt like it was the perfect moment for them. It didn’t feel rushed or too fast, it was what this couple needed. Overall, I was such a fan of this story and this couple I can’t recommend it enough.
Paul Woodson was great once again as the narrator on this. I enjoyed his tone and with the way this story was written I felt he was a good fit, and I didn’t find myself constantly wishing there had also been a female narrator.