I have to make the pain stop.
I want to feel alive, and I do when I’m drinking and partying the way I should have when I was a teen. Instead, back then, I was preparing to become the Whiskey Princess, a role assigned to me from birth.
A lady never drinks to the point of blacking out, nor does she go home with men she meets in bars. But I went home with him…Jackson.
He was more than just a one-night stand, but I learned that a wee bit late and he was gone. Or so I thought.
For when I return home, Jackson is there, and he finds out very quickly who I am.
Problem is, I’m not sure that I’ve ever known who I really am.
I can tell by looking into her blue depths that she’s absolute trouble, but I have to have her. It’s only for one night. Some fun, and I’ll be on my way. My time here is done, and I’m ready to move on to my next adventure.
What I don’t realize at the time is that she is my next adventure.
Lena excites me. She blows my mind. And her brogue? It has me in knots. I don’t even care about the rumors that surround her.
She’s hurting. I want to help her, but then my time is up.
Can I leave her?
I have to leave. I have no choice.
But I love her.
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This series has been amazing! Bringing each character to life has been such an amazing journey! I can’t wait to see what is next for the clan in Mayo!
Absolutely love anything that Toni Aleo writes, but she did amazing with this book! I love how nothing changes from book to book, but more good details. Keep writing Toni and we will keep reading.
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I just loved reading about Lena and Jackson. I read the first two books about Declan and Amberlyn and I just loved them. The first book Whiskey Prince was totally different subject then her hockey series. I wanted to try it because I have loved all her other books, I’m glad I did. It was so romantic how Declan and Amberlyn met. I loved how Toni described the place, Amberlyn’s and Declan lives, and how the whiskey was made. Toni Aleo’s books are so riveting the subjects are realistic in her books. This was about how after all the horrible things Lena’s family went through and how she dealt with all the things that happened to her. I thought I was going to reread the other two books, but Whiskey Rebellion could be read by itself. I recommend reading the other two books to get the history of Lena. Thank you, Toni for another great story. You are an amazing storyteller!!!😊