Title: Whiskey Lullaby
Author: Stevie J. Cole
Genre: Contemporary, Musicians
Publication Date: March 3, 2018
We all have guilty pleasures.
Mine was the boy my father took in. The guy everyone said I was too good for. The one I knew would ruin me.
But I couldn’t help it. The way Noah Greyson’s voice sounded when he sang whiskey lullabies to me in the dark; how perfect his arms felt wrapped around my stomach, his nose nuzzled in my hair- that’s what made me fall. That intimacy was what made me so very weak. But now millions of women drift off to sleep while Noah sings the love story we wrote, and it was never meant for the world.
The worst mistake I made wasn’t loving him, it was thinking he loved me, too.
At least, that’s what I thought until now…
Whiskey Lullaby …alright, alright, alright. Talk about a rocker romance!
I’m going to be honest here and tell you that I have been in the middle of moving homes… I was on road for over 30+ hours and I didn’t pack many books for me to read, just 4. hahaha. Whiskey Lullaby was one of them. I think it says a lot about a book if you can’t keep it down while you travel for over 1000 kilometres.
Whiskey Lullaby was surprising very sweet and the end was seriously romantic.
Hannah is a sweetheart. She is the epitome of what a good girl should be. Noah, is the quintessential bad boy, on his way to becoming a rock star. I will say that Noah is a conundrum. He is definitely a true example for the saying “Don’t judge a book by it’s cover.” He is sweet, considerate, thoughtful, hardworking and bloody hot! Hannah is a saint but with a backbone. She doesn’t mind getting a little down and dirty, she is most definitely not uptight… I love the fact that Hannah and Noah are such opposites but together, they have this ease to them, a connection that feels organic and real.
Whiskey Lullaby is a true contemporary romance and I have enjoyed reading it thoroughly.