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Mini-Reviews​: Whiskey Flick and Whiskey Trick

Hey everyone! I recently read two amazing books by Ryan Ringbloom and enjoyed them a lot. They were cute romances and it was fun to see the story of the characters!

Both these books can be read as standalone even though it would be better to read them all to get a better sense of the story. This series of sorts includes Whiskey Dick, Whiskey Chick, Whiskey Trick and Whiskey Flick.

I received an Advanced Readers Copy from Netgalley but that does not in any view affect my views on either of these books. 


WHISKEY FLICK 

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RATING: 4 STARS 

SYNOPSIS:

Was it the whiskey or just another bad chick flick?

Everything usually goes my way. Life’s good. But after a bad breakup, a big secret unfolds that no one can ever know.

She has a secret all right. Sure, I’ll keep it. Just because we can’t tell anyone doesn’t mean we can’t make it work.

But maybe some secrets do need to
come out?

Life is funny.
She’s not supposed to like her.
She’s not supposed to like her.
Unfortunately, hearts don’t always get a say in the matter.

Get ready to laugh, cringe and swoon as these two women get caught on film, landing them in a FLICKy situation in this lovable romantic comedy.


MY REVIEW: 

50 billion lesbians and I chose the right one.

Whiskey Flick is a light, easy read in which we get Jenn’s happy ending.
As the title suggests, there is a ‘Flick-y’ situation in which Jenn gets caught up with the wrong person who feels just right and now, as she falls for her more and more, she doesn’t know what to do.

Drama, romance and some betrayal – it has it all and the story itself is quite entertaining!
I had a lot of fun reading this book as I desperately hoped for Jenn to get her happy ever after!

Light-hearted and a little comedic, it is a nice book to read when you’re trying to wind down.


WHISKEY TRICK 

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MY RATING: 4 STARS

BLURB:

Was it the whiskey or just a TRICK of the mind?

Everything usually goes my way. Life’s good. But after a bad breakup, a few problems emerge that I need help fixing.

He has problems all right. Sure, I’ll help. Just because I’m unlucky in love doesn’t mean the next girl should be too.

But maybe those problems aren’t so bad after all?

Life is funny.
He’s not supposed to like her.
She’s not supposed to like him.
Unfortunately, hearts don’t always get a say in the matter.

Get ready to laugh, cringe and swoon as these two make a deal that lands them in a TRICKy situation in this lovable romantic comedy.


MY REVIEW: 

Whiskey Trick is a cute, fluffy contemporary which was everything I had been looking for.
Mutual pining + a lot of angst and some fake dating cliché, it was a fun book to read!

I ended up devouring this whole book in one sitting which was actually quite a surprise for me since I need to take breaks while reading a book.

Henry is still thinking of Sasha, his ex from 3 years ago and is unable to move onto second dates.
So, he decides to ask Tina, a girl who had been whining about how her ex was an asshole and how she couldn’t tell him that, to help him figure out what he has been doing wrong and in return, she can work on being assertive as she points out his mistakes.

Somewhere along the way, the lines get blurred and the story becomes fascinating and thrilling.
As the title suggests, a ‘Whiskey Trick’ is played on them and things get even more complicated.

This book was really fun to read and I had a lot of fun while reading it!


Anyways, what did you all think of my post? Are you all going to read this book? Have you already read it? what did you think about it? Tell me in the comments below.

-Jayati xx

4 thoughts on “Mini-Reviews​: Whiskey Flick and Whiskey Trick

  1. These both sound like great fluffy reads, I really hope to get around to reading these but based off covers alone I would definitely pick Whiskey Flick, omg the cover makes my heart so happy. I really liked reading your reviews ❤

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