Review: Whiskey Lullaby by Dawn Martens & Emily Minton

18192905Title: Whiskey Lullaby (Love Songs #1)

Author: Dawn Martens & Emily Minton

Genre:  Contemporary Romance

Publication Date:  September 30, 2013

Description: Julie Walker thought she found true love with Jase. Until he betrayed her in the worst way, with one of her best friends. Devastated and heartbroken she runs away, leaving behind her family and friends. She starts a new life filled with secrets.

When Julie meets Dean, she thinks he is the answer to all her prayers, but Dean isn’t who she thinks he is.

Jase Gibson is a player. Even when he had the girl of his dreams, he still played. When he lost Julie, his life fell apart. He turned to whiskey and women to fill the void. But only Julie will ever make him whole.

Nine years later, Julie’s back home, but she’s not alone. What will happen when all of Julie’s secrets are uncovered?
Jase vowed that if he ever got her back, he would do right by her and never let her go. Will he let Julie’s secret keep them apart?

When Julie’s ex-husband refuses to be her ex, Jase must choose to help her or hang on to his anger.

Jase and Julie have to find a way to give their whiskey lullaby a happy ending.

Review:

I read this book as a beta reader.  

I enjoyed the story of Jase and Julie which is a story of first love, passionate love, love lost, and second chances. It grabs you from the beginning with Jase breaking Julie’s heart and Julie, understandably, leaving town.

You end up feeling sorry for Jase even though he’s the one who screwed up. He falls apart when Julie leaves and spends the next 9 years at the bottom of a bottle. When Julie comes back, he becomes a different man, a good man, one most of us only dream of having around. He proves that people can change if they truly love someone. This is a refreshing love story with a little suspense and a lot of passion.

I highly recommend Whiskey Lullaby if you like a good love story.  Available on Amazon.

Warning: some foul language, 

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