Book 10, Whiskey Creek
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Can she ever trust another "bad boy"?
India Sommers once had the perfect family—until an ex-boyfriend broke in and shot her husband. Not only did that cost her the man she loved, a respected heart surgeon and the father of her child, but she also feels responsible. Charlie died because of the people she hung out with before she had the strength to change her life.
Just after moving to Whiskey Creek with her little girl, Cassia, to start over, she's learned that her ex-boyfriend's trial ended in a hung jury. He's getting out of jail; he could try to find her again. And that's not all that scares her. She's extremely attracted to her next-door neighbor, but Rod Amos is the handsome "bad boy" type that's given her so much trouble in the past. If she got involved with him, her in-laws would sue for custody of Cassia.
India has to keep her distance from Rod—but the more she gets to know him, the more difficult that becomes.
Whiskey Creek at it’s finest!
Every new book in the Whiskey Creek series just gets better and better. I love the progressions that have taken place through all of the books in this series.
This book takes us into the life of another Amos brother. I absolutely love the Amos family. They have so many facets. The sons have faced so many struggles and have pulled themselves through and really come a long way to making a good life for themselves. Dylan was our first intro to this family and now it's followed up with Rod. Rod is just as strong and damaged as Dylan, he's faced so many struggles and yet he, like Dylan, isn't so damaged that he can't recognize love when he see's it. India and Rod share an amazing connection from the moment they see each other on that rainy night all the way through the terror and pain they struggle through. These two incredibly strong people find each other and compliment one another on a level that makes them strong enough to handle anything thrown in their way and boy do they have struggles to face. I can't say enough about how much I love this book, it's a great compliment to an amazing series.
Amazing romantic suspense!
This is book 10 of the fantastic Whiskey Creek series and it's about Rod Amos, one of those amazing Amos brothers, and India Sommers, a new resident of Whiskey Creek. While she's escaping a tragic past by buying a house in the small town of Whiskey Creek, she's also hoping the man that killed her husband won't find her there. In the strange circumstance in which they met, India and Rod were immediately attracted to each other. Will her fear of the past prevent her from reaching for a brighter future? Will his abandonment issues get in the way of a future that he desperately wants or will he decide that he's not good enough for the former doctor's wife?
Brenda Novak does it again! A great romantic suspense! No stone left unturned. The story and its characters developed steadily throughout the book. And the background story? AMAZING! I can't wait to see what happens with Mack! It's always great coming back to Whiskey Creek.
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A Thrilling Suspense
What a make-your-heart-race story for Rod Amos and India Sommers! The murderer of India's husband of six years wants her back or, in the alternative, revenge. Sebastian was her bad-boy boyfriend before she met and married Charlie, a heart surgeon from a well-to-do family. Within a year of Charlie's death, India moves to Whiskey Creek to start over. She meets Rod Amos, who has the reputation of a bad boy and lives next door with two of his brothers, their dad, his wife Anya, and Anya's daughter, Natasha. Her daughter, Cassia, is staying with Charlie's parents for a month in San Francisco while India gets settled in Whiskey Creek. The story explodes with danger when Sebastian is set free until more evidence is found to try him again. This was a suspenseful and dramatic addition to this series. The protection shown by the Amos brothers, especially Dylan, who took over their care when he was 18, is ever present. Rod has learned so much from him. I really liked how the author focused on the Amos family. Three out of five have had their story, and I look forward to Mack and Grady's adventures. This can be read as a stand alone book, although I hope you will want to read more. [I received an early copy of this book from the author for an honest review.]