By Kaylee Ryan
I’m over this year, and I’m over relationships. I’ve learned that the only person you can count on in life is yourself. Moving forward, I’m living for me. Working toward standing on my own two feet, that’s my goal. Funny how meeting him changed my path.
It’s been years since I’ve been back in this small town of West Virginia for more than a day or two. Spending time here brings back a lot of fond memories. When I stopped by an old friend’s bar, I was expecting to grab a drink and catch up. What I didn’t expect was her.
We share an undeniable attraction, but we continue to fight it.
Until one night in Vegas changes everything.
I have now read a few books from Kaylee Ryan and Hey, Whiskey is classic to her style of writing. This author has a way of taking two people who have very different backgrounds and helps them to find a common ground. The two main characters in this story (Saylor and Rhett) were really special.
I love the fact that Saylor is such a strong character. She could have crumbled when her ex-boyfriend turned out to be such a jerk. And when her best friend decided to be more of a mean girl than friend. But she didn’t. Saylor seems to really want to find out what makes her happy.
Who wouldn’t want Rhett in their lives. He was brought up by a great family that taught him to respect everyone around him. I love the fact that family and friends mean a lot to him.
The secondary characters in this story were so much fun. Rhett’s Grandpa was perfect. Molly and Jack were exactly the type of friends Saylor needed in her life.
I really loved these characters. Kaylee Ryan got the balance perfect between the emotional parts and playful banter. There was great chemistry between all the characters. This was a nice heartwarming story and I can’t wait for what Kaylee has in store for us next.
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