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- The Whiskey Collection, Book 2
- Narrated by: Drake Shepherd
- Length: 2 hrs and 56 mins
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The much anticipated sequel to Tennessee's Whiskey!
In the aftermath if his brother Garrison's death, Whiskey finds himself fighting demons of his own making. The pressure from his father to take his rightful place as the Prince of the Daniels Clan proves to be too much for him. Whiskey finds himself once again thrust into the darkness in which he never wanted to return.
Will Tennessee's love be enough to pull him into the light, or will darkness prevail?
Author's Note: Please listen to the Whiskey Collection of books in order to maximize your listening pleasure. Start with Tennessee's Whiskey. Then read Southern Comfort (Garrison's Story) in The Lunchtime Chronicles, and finally Whiskey Sour."
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This book shouldn't have been a standalone.
I was curious to know the exact fate of the doomed lovers Garrett and Malina from Lunchtime Chronicles, Issue 23: Southern Comfort, and found out that this book picked up from that story. This was my introduction to Pat and Weston's story, which is also the conclusion. It was mostly about Pat stewing in anger and arguing over Weston's lack of transparency with his business as a mafia prince. I was also introduced to the assassins who are in Weston's circle and the wickedly brutal torture and kills that they handle along the way. And lastly, I got to see how big of an animal their father can be. This book honestly wasn't as engaging to me as Garrett's story, even as the story wraps up in a true HEA. I did enjoy Drake Shepherd's narration more in this book than with the Lunchtime Chronicles book; it was more more suitable for him to read for the troubled and weary Weston rather than the hyper and youthful Garrett. Overall, I get the feeling that this book and the first book, Tennessee Whiskey, was better served as just one book with the Lunchtime Chronicles as a standalone story serving to show Garrett's side of his story as a man on the run with his girl.
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- Pamela Wright
The performance was much better the second go around but I still say although the narrator has a sexy voice being a black female is not it… oh girl the rose ( you ain’t neva lied)… this was a great story
No love lost or gained between family
I liked that I was able to listen to someone else reading this book because I'm still in a bit of shock and disappointment with the way Whiskey had to handle Garrison and Malina.
I just feel like there was more behind the reason their father wanted Garrison dead.