Monday, January 14, 2019

Whiskey and Moonshine by Elizabeth Noble

Title: Whiskey and Moonshine
Series: Dreamspun Desires Book 74
Author:  Elizabeth Noble
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages: 228
Genre: MM, Contemporary
Reviewer Name: Redz

Publisher’s Blurb

Drunk on love.

Like a well-aged whiskey, master distiller and old-money entrepreneur Malone Kensington is elegant and refined. Unfortunately he’s also a perfectionist who is more dedicated to the success of his generations-old company than his own love life.

That company needs a public spokesman.

What Colton Hale lacks in sophistication, he more than makes up for with the charisma that’s allowed him to survive on the street from a young age and charm his way into the lucrative—if overwhelming—public position at the Kensington Distillery. When Mal takes Colt under his wing, hoping to polish off his rough edges, opposites attract and a passionate romance blossoms despite the differences in age and background. But can it survive a Kensington Board of Directors who believe Colt is nothing but a gold digger and a kidnapper determined to profit from the love of Mal’s life—dead or alive?

Whiskey and Moonshine by author Elizabeth Noble is a fun quick read that I could not put down. I really love how Ms. Noble makes me fall in love with her characters and cheer for them and their happily ever after.    I was really surprised at how much I loved this story, I am not usually a fan of distillery type stories for lack of a better description.   But this one is amazing and well done. Serious must read.
Mal: He owns Kensington distillery. He is super nice, very kind, and a very down to Earth character. I would like him as a friend he is the one you could count on always.
Colton is more of a drifter looking for his own way in the world. He has had a rough past, but he also is a go getter. What I very much enjoyed about him is he makes his own luck. He sees something goes for it with all he has. Very brave man.
I loved the flow of this story, felt very organic. The story itself is really a read I felt very connected too.  Highly recommend this one when you want to believe in true love. 

                             Five Shooting Stars 

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