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Publisher's Summary

One whiskey-saturated night turns into something far more in the second standalone installment of the bestselling Whiskey and Lies series from New York Times best-selling author Carrie Ann Ryan. 

Fox Collins likes his life just the way it is. His siblings are falling in love all around him, but he’d much rather focus on his next story than on a serious relationship. However, when his latest one-night stand returns to Whiskey - this time for good - he’ll need to learn to trust his instincts to figure out if he can live without her in his life. 

Former dancer Melody Waters is finally ready to settle down in her grandmother’s small Pennsylvania hometown. Bad decisions and fateful nights have changed her path more than once, but now she’s focused on one thing: opening her own dance studio. But fate is a funny thing, and once again, she’ll be forced to learn that actions have consequences and some repercussions can not only change your life forever, they can also come back to haunt you...one broken promise at a time.  

©2018 Carrie Ann Ryan (P)2018 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Quiet as a Fox...and the ballerina

Yesss! Another winner from this author! This book is the story of the youngest Collins’ brother, Fox. Fox had a one nighter with a mystery woman named Melody, thinking that she was only in town temporarily. Imagine his surprise when a couple of months later, Melody shows up as the new owner of a ballet studio and the grand daughter of a town legend. The two agree to be friends but circumstances quickly change with a series of events, including a stalker threatening Melody. We also get caught up with the rest of the Collins clan and a hint at the chemistry between Loch and Ainsley and what’s to come in book 3.

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Whiskey Reveals

Whiskey Reveals is the 2nd book in the Whiskey & Lies series (Spin-off from Montgomery Ink). Fox is the youngest brother in the Collins family and he's closest in age to their little sister Tabby (Ink Exposed). Fox is also the least athletic of the bunch and more inclined to be reading or writing. Thankfully he's never been criticized from him family for being more creative than the rest. Fox himself admits that even for being a writer he doesn't quite fit in to that typeset either, but he's just gruff enough to fit right in with his brothers. He's not quite as ruff as Loch, and I don't think the town of Whiskey would be able to handle it if he was (one is enough lol). Melody is trying to find her way, and is trying to find new start in Whiskey. It doesn't start off quite as smoothly as she hoped, her first night in her new town she meets Fox at his brother's bar and ends up with an awkward one night stand. As they bump into each other in the small tourist town often she realizes that its best to become friends if she wants the awkward to go away, but it quickly turns into more than friends. I loved these characters. They are so great together, her nervous rambling is so cute, and he just jumps on the train and joins her in his own little rants. I love that hes different from his brothers but embraces it, other times when you see that in a character it leads to that character being very uncomfortable in their own skin, but Fox just doesn't really let it get to him. Yes he feel a bit self conscious as the reader knows because its brought up once or twice but he doesn't let it become a chip on his shoulder . He does what he can to keep up with the rest of the family but doesn't try to over compensate. As far as Melody you can see where she gets her grit and spitfire personality from. Her grandmother has such a strong personality it would have been easy to drown in that, instead she shines just as bright. Love, Love, Love, can't wait for Book 3.

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So much better.

After the less successful editing of previous novels on this series I was pleased with this. i very much enjoyed Ms. Mitchell's reading and Ms. Ryan's story. I liked Foxx and Ms. Pearl especially. well done.

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good addition to this series

The second book in this series had me hooked from the beginning for Fox and Melody's story. We say the start of their story begin at the end of book 1 and then with this edition, their story unfolds. Fox and Melody were a well written pair that had amazing chemistry together. The plot of this story moved along well with some twists as well as some suspense/drama that kept me interested throughout the story. The audio version of this book was performed by Maxine Mitchell and was performed well. Ms. Mitchell did well differentiating between the different characters while enthusiastically telling the story. Ms. Mitchell did well bringing life to this story and making it an enjoyable listening experience. I would recommend this book to others.

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Captivating

Carrie Ann Ryan is becoming one of my favorite authors. Whiskey Reveal is so much better than I anticipated that it would be. I love it when a book blows you you away and this book did just that.

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Fox and Melody

Who finds their soulmate during a night of drinking whiskey? Well Fox Collins does! I loved Fox's and Melody's story. Both had not set out to find their HEA but in the end they did. At the beginning Fox was trying to run his newspaper in small town PA, while trying to forget the beautiful woman he had a one night hookup with. All while Melody was in the same small town PA living with her grandmother shifting her dreams of becoming a renowned ballerina to opening her own dance studio. The story takes you through how Fox and Melody met all the way to how they get their HEA with some suspense thrown in as well.

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Great!!

So much fun! Lots of surprises. Could stop till the secrets came out. Love the family and their closeness.