Sunday KU Spotlight by KUBR + OCA

Hey, KUbbies and Addicts! Welcome back to the KU Sunday Spotlight by KUBR + One-Click Addict!  Here are two new great books to add to your TBR today!



Oh, KUbbies & Addicts, buckle up for this one.

I went in blind to A Love Letter to Whiskey. I’ve watched Kandi Steiner’s career since Weightless and I’ve loved hearing about this book over the past few months, but I never read an excerpt or a blurb. Teasers were as far as I’d gone. If I had to do it all over again, I’d do it exactly the same way. Which is why this is all I will say:

Read this book. Do yourself a favor and carve out the time to allow yourself to read it front to back without stopping. Grab a drink, get cozy and dive in. Be prepared to feel it all – hope, love, sadness, despair, anger and joy. The wind blowing through your hair as you drive with the windows down and the aching pain in your heart when you lose someone you love. Knowing what should happen, knowing what you want to happen, anger at the choices made by those we’re reading about. The feelings of fate and destiny and desire and heat.

A Love Letter to Whiskey is by far one of my favorite reads of 2016, even if I still feel that ache in my chest hours {days!} later. Maybe even because of it.


RATING: READ IT {Robyn} – May I make a confession? I’m not a lady with a large number of friends. I’ve always believed in quality over quantity. I’m incredibly grateful for the men and women closest to me though. We’re an extremely diverse group, each with different life experiences and perspectives. I guess you can say we’re compatible in our friendship because opposites attract. It’s this very idea Staci Hart uses in her fun and witty, Tonic.

The story of Joel + Annika, two people almost as different as different can be. Joel, a bearded, tatted, laid back fella not looking for a long-term relationship is instantly attracted to Annika, a clean cut, career-driven, family-orientated gal seeking a long-term relationship with someone just like her. As luck would have it, Joel + Annika are more alike than they realize. It’s only after making a pact to enjoy each other, temporarily, that they learn the truth, and the love that’s between them. But keeping that truth to themselves, along with other secrets, threatens to destroy the possibilities.

I so enjoyed Tonic, especially Joel’s brother, Shep, and Annika’s cousin, Roxy. As I often find, the supporting characters not only provide the wise words of wisdom, but comic relief as needed. Shep and Roxy did not disappoint

As of 10.16.16, A Love Letter to Whiskey and Tonic are both available on Kindle Unlimited.

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