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    Awesome addition to this great series!

    **Advanced copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** Whiskey Rebellion is the third book in Toni Aleo's Taking Risks series and it is just as engaging as the first two books in this. While this is part of a series, it can easily be read as a standalone. Lena O'Callaghan was raised to be a lady, but recently, all she's wanted is to feel alive and to figure out who she really is. Things that have happened to her in the past have sent her into a bit of a tailspin and the only way she feels alive is by drinking, partying and sleeping with different men - all things she wouldn't have done in the past. When she meets a man at a bar one night, the connection is immediate and stronger than anything she's ever felt, but she knows she'll never see him again, so she writes off the feelings. When she is summoned home, she goes, however very reluctantly, and she's met with several surprises. Jackson Tremblay doesn't like to be tied down. He's currently on holiday and traveling to different parts of Europe seeing all of the locations he wants to see, with no end in sight. The catch is, he never stays longer than three months. When Jackson encounters Lena in the bar and spends the night with her, she tells him about her homeland of Mayo, Ireland and how peaceful and beautiful it is. It plants a seed that he should visit, so he does just that. Little does he know that the woman who he had such a connection to that one night is going to turn his world upside down. When Jackson comes face to face with Lena and learns what she and her family mean to Mayo, he is not sure he can live up to what Lena needs, but he knows that the draw to her is stronger than anything he's ever felt. As the two grow closer, circumstances, things from the past and misunderstandings continue to create issues for them. Will they be able to overcome all of the forces working against them and figure out a way to be together? I am so glad that Toni Aleo decided to write this book. Lena and Jackson were wonderful characters with real life issues and feelings that I, as a reader, could identify with. Most of the time the things that end up meaning the most in life take the most effort to make them work and this relationship was no exception. I really enjoyed the first two books in this series and it was wonderful to also be able to visit with some of our favorites from those books as well. Kudos to Toni Aleo for another strong addition to this great series!
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    Sexy, warm & humorous story

    Lena & Jackson's story is so unconventional, but somehow, their relationship works. She's feeling tied down in her world of rules, obligations and keeping up appearances. He loves the freedom he gets from constantly travelling from country to country, never feeling tied down. They're two different people who feel a spark that feels right, even when there's so much baggage in both their pasts. After the first chapter, I was unsure of whether I'd like Lena for the duration of the book, but I worried in vain. By the end of the book, she had matured into a woman who realised her happiness came from her actively looking for it, and not depending on anyone else to make it happen. Jackson's maturity is slower, but by the end of the story, you truly believe they'll make it. I recommend this book, as I enjoyed this crazy, sexy, warm, and at times - humorous - story.
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