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Driving Whiskey Wild

Narrated by: Paul Woodson
Length: 8 hrs and 38 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (85 ratings)

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A captivating new sexy stand-alone romance by New York Times best-selling author Melissa Foster.

Special Forces veteran and Dark Knights Motorcycle Club member Bullet Whiskey lives to protect his family, their bar, and the residents of his small hometown. He's rough, unapologetic, and haunted by a secret, painful past. He's also a master at keeping people away, and when his sister hires gorgeous and sweet Finlay Wilson to help expand their biker bar, he knows just how to get rid of her.

After losing her boyfriend and her father, Finlay moves back to her hometown to be closer to the little family she has left. She needs her temporary job at Whiskey Bro's to get her catering business off the ground, and she's determined not to let the gruff, arrogant mountain of a man Bullet Whiskey scare her off.

Finlay is everything Bullet has never wanted. She's afraid of his dog, afraid of motorcycles, and sweet enough to give him cavities, but as she weaves her way into the hearts of everyone around him, he's powerless to resist her charms. Passion ignites, but trust doesn't come easily, and when their pasts collide, Bullet finds out the true meaning of protecting those he loves.

Other Whiskey Books:
Tru Blue (Truman Gritt)
Truly, Madly, Whiskey (Bear Whiskey)

Melissa Foster is a New York Times and USA Today best-selling and award-winning author. She writes sexy and heartwarming contemporary romance and new adult romance with emotionally compelling characters that stay with you long after you hear the last minute. Melissa's emotional journeys are lovingly erotic and always family oriented - perfect beach listens for contemporary romance lovers who enjoy loyal heroes and smart, sassy heroines with complex and relatable issues. Melissa also writes sweet romance under the pen name Addison Cole.

©2018 Melissa Foster (P)2018 Melissa Foster

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sweet

I thought this was a sweet story of a family that takes care of each other and their town. I loved the chemistry between the main characters and loved seeing into Whiskey and all his layers. He was damaged but not broken. Great characters!

Narration was great- very nice to listen to and fine production.

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Really enjoyed the narrator he brought it to life

I read this book a few months ago when it was released as an eBook and really enjoyed it so when I was given the opportunity to get an advanced copy of the audiobook I jumped on it. Not only did I enjoy the narrator (Paul Woodson) but listening to the book come alive lead to me to taking my four star review and making it five! Being able to listen to the book added a new dimension to the story which I absolutely loved.

While Driving Whiskey Wild is the third book in The Whiskeys Series it can be read as a standalone which is exactly how I read it. Did I feel lost at all because I hadn't read the previous books? Not at all. This is one of the things I like most about Melissa Fosters books, you can read any of them in any order and never feel lost, but honestly her books are so enjoyable you'll want to read them all.

Bullet and Finlay have this opposites attract, bad boy / good girl, chemistry that was so hot I wondered if my kindle would melt. My heart broke for this tough, motorcycle club leather wearing, badass biker. He went through so much in his life always the protector of others even when it took the ultimate toll on him leaving him with a sever case of PTSD after being medically discharged from the military. Tinkerbell, Bullet's rottweiler, seemed to be the only thing that helped him with his flashbacks, well that was until Finlay came into his life.

I love this cute little chef, Finlay was dedicated to starting up her own catering business but I'm pretty sure she didn't expect the changes that would come to her life when she agrees to help Dixie with the expansion of Whiskeys Bro's. I enjoyed watching Finlay overcome some of her fears with the guidance of Bullet, this big strong man had a tender heart and an even more tender hand when it came to Finlay, something neither of them were use to.

This was a sweet and sexy read that had me tearing up a few times so you may want to keep tissues handy just in case.

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love the whiskey's all day long

Getting to hear the story instead of reading it allowed for another level of falling in love with the Whiskeys clan+. Paul Woodson does a fab job. He gives us a full on male in its various stages and pitches. I could just close my eyes and feel each word spoken. Melissa Foster did a fab job with writing and choosing the narrator.

When I read this book I was having a little trouble trying to figure out where to start with my review. Let me just jump right in with the sweetness of Finlay and the rough, gruff, alpha of Bullet, the Dark Knights club and the Whiskey family. We find a chance to see all our previous couples Gemma and Tru, Bear and Crystaland now Finlay and Bullet are being added to couple status.

An addition to the series that just enhances the love you feel with each new couple added. Family. Friends. Love. Connections. Bonds.

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Take a ride on the Bulllet Train

Melissa Foster takes you on a wild ride with Bullet and Finley. Finley has been hired to help with the kitchen and food at Whiskey Bros. bar. While Bullet is all bad boy biker wearing leather and tats, Finley is all girly girl. She loves wearing pretty dresses and high heels. That is part of what Bullet loves about her. Bullet is all about family and protecting them at all cost. He considers Finley as part of that family to. He will do anything to keep her safe.

Bullet has been through a lot and seen a lot but refuses to talk about it until Finley gets him to break down his walls and open up to her. For Finley there is nothing that she wouldn't do for Bullet or his family. Bullet calls her his Lollipop because she is so sugary sweet and a lollipop is the best kind of sugar rush there is. Because of things that Bullet has been through he seeks comfort from his rescue dog Tinkerbell. Tinkerbell helps keep him calm and helps him sleep at night. However, Finley has a fear of dogs stemming from an attack when she was younger. Bullet helps her get over her fear of dogs knowing that he needs and wants both in his life.

When these two really come together you can't help but fall in love with them. Bullet is the perfect mix of bad boy biker and cuddly teddy bear. He is hard and soft in all the right places. While Finley is all girly girl wearing dresses and heels she also knows how to put on jeans and boots and be a bad bitch and ride. These two look like opposites on the outside but are a perfect match for each other.

Paul Woodson narrates again and I feel like he is the perfect narrator for the Whiskey series. He has a somewhat gruff, calm and sexy voice which is perfect for a biker especially Bullet. I can't wait to listen to him do Bones in Wicked Whiskey Love.

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I love the Whiskey family

Diving Whiskey Wild is a fun, sweet romance that tugs at your emotions. Bullet a whiskey has demons that he’s been carrying around for years. He a definite alpha male, with a heart of gold. He’s immediately captivated by Finlay from the first time he saw her. Finlay has moved back to Peaceful Harbor to start over and to be closer to her sister. Finlay is strong independent woman who will not leave Bullet run over her. She’s a perfect match for Bullet and goes head to head with him on several occasions. I love how Finlay is able to get Bullet to open up and free his demons and that she’s able to see through his tough guy exterior to see the sweet man his is. Bullet and Finlay are great supports for each other. What an excellent book, I immediately fell in love with Bullet and I’m glad he found the happiness he deserves.
Paul Woodson is an excellent narrator and brings Driving Whiskey Wild to life. I enjoy listening to him and get lost in the story.

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Beauty tamed the beast ...

Beauty tamed the beast or perhaps it's the other way around. Bullet and Finlay are reminder that true beauty comes from within. The gentle giant becomes the avenging angel for a wounded heart. Driving Whiskey Wild tends to be rough around the edges, but that proves to be it's most captivating asset.

 

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4.5 Bullet Train Stars!

Oh Bullet, I love you so much! Bullet is ex military, mc member. He runs the family business and no matter how gruff and surly he appears, he has a heart of gold and will risk his own life to save others. When Fallon, who is all flowers and sunshine, walks into his bar, Bullet is not happy. She doesn't belong there, no matter how fiesty, and determined she is to help them expand their kitchen. Fallon has moved back to town to start her catering business. She needs the money she'll earn from this job to do that. She easily wins over the Bullets patrons with her delicious cookies and appetizers, much to Bullets dismay. Bullet doesn't want others flirting with her because he wants this sweet, sexy woman, but isn't sure she can handle his demons. They may look like total opposites on the outside, but Fallon and Bullet are so much alike with their matching scars, inside and out. They are so good together, not wanting to change the other, but love them as they are, and whew, their chemistry is explosive! I love how Foster covered some sensitive topics with such empathy and honesty, she had me in tears at times.
This emotional, and steamy romance was made even better by the rich, deep voice of narrator, Paul Woodson. He did a great job bringing out the complex emotions Bullet and Fallon struggled with. His inflections were spot on and his intonations help to make this romance even more captivating!
This family saga has really captured my heart, and I can't wait for more from the Whiskey's!

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Love some Whiskey

Read this book when it was first released. Love it then and love it now. Loved getting to revisit Bulliet and Finley in Audio form.

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Do you want to ride the Bullet train?

This book in the Whiskey brothers series is about Bullet Whiskey...ex military and bad@$$ biker who runs his family’s biker bar. Bullet is attracted to baker Finlay, whom his sister has hired to help design the renovations of the bar’s kitchen. There is some chemistry between the pair but not as palpable as with the other couples. The book was enjoyable.

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Good book

This is another great read from Ms. Foster that I enjoyed from the start. Bullet and Finlay were well written characters that had issues that were relatable to the reader. I enjoyed watching each characters work through their issues as they found their HEA. I continue to like how the characters have a strong sense of family as the characters do in all of her books. The plot of their story moved along well and kept me interested in their story from the beginning. The narration by Mr. Woodson continues to be enjoyable as he brings the story to life enthusiastically. I would recommend this book to others.

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  • Lisa Dryden
  • 03-01-19

AMAZING!!!

Let me ask you all a question. Have you ever listened/read a book and afterwards just sat and cried due to the sheer emotion that was put into the book?

Melissa did this and the emotion in her writing ensures the listener is feeling the emotions the characters are and for me this shows how amazing an author is.

I have loved, laughed and cried at all of her audiobooks but Truly, Madly, Whiskey went beyond that, the emotions you experience in this audiobook is raw. This audiobook deals with a storyline that is outside the norm of HEA but that makes them all the more real.

Some readers will relate to this audiobook due to Bullet's background and what he has been through but there is a line in this audiobook that stood out for me.....

"Broken is the wrong word for people like us, we are affected and hurt, but not broken. Broken implies that we need to be fixed."

I agree with this what you experience through life can change you and can also make you stronger so for anyone to think they aren't good enough or need to be fixed because of what they have went through is wrong and this book and that line sends that message clearly. A message that will hopefully strike a chord as it did with me.

The Whiskeys are family, a family who protect their own and love with their whole hearts. Bullet and Finlay may be opposites but they are perfect for each other, they compliment each other and Finlay is exactly what Bullet needs.

I hope you enjoy this audiobook as much as I did, when I finished listening I wanted to go back and listen to it again, amazing!!!