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Whiskey Dick and Whiskey Chick (Whiskey Dick #1-2) by Ryan Ringbloom [arc review]

These two short books were a perfect combination of romance and humour. 
The perfect companions for a late night in with a book :) 
RomCom at its best!

Whiskey Dick and Whiskey Chick by Ryan Ringbloom
The Blurbs:

Whiskey Dick
WHISKEY DICK
A NIGHT WITH NO HARD FEELINGS

Nothing like this has ever happened to me before. It's a fluke. Too much whiskey. Believe me when I say, it will NEVER happen again.

I’m trying not to take it personally. Sh*t happens. It’s not a reflection on me. He claims it was too much whiskey. A one time occurrence. And I believe him.

But then why the hell does it happen a second time?

Fate’s a funny thing.
He likes her.
She likes him.
They say the third time's a charm…
 

Whiskey Chick
WHISKEY CHICK
A NIGHT FULL OF HARD FEELINGS

Nothing like this has ever happened to me before. It's a fluke. Too much whiskey. Believe me when I say, it will NEVER happen again.

I’m trying not to take it personally. Sh*t happens. It was a blind date. She drank too much whiskey. I hope it wasn’t a reflection on me.

Okay, so the first date didn't work out. But what happens when the second one doesn’t either?

Fate’s a funny thing.
She likes him.
He likes her.
They say the third time’s a charm….

Get ready to laugh, cringe, and swoon as fate blindly intervenes in this lovable Romantic Comedy.

This is a standalone book intended for mature readers.
 


4.5 and 5 Stars

I laughed a lot on both books. They were short but witty and so very entertaining.

Whiskey Dick (4.5/5 stars) focuses on Paisley and Jax. They are both terrified of flying and when their flight gets delayed they end up getting a hotel room together and driving home together the next day too. Everything that could possibly go wrong does and you will find yourself laughing at them constantly. 
Their interactions at first were awkward and that made it all even more amusing to read, it is a miracle they ended up together after everything.

Whiskey Chick (5/5 stars) focuses on Jax's sister. She had me laughing on the first book already so I am not surprised I liked it. There was one particular incident where I almost freaking pee out of laughter. It was a hilarious and very well written short romcom. I LOVED it!
And I love Remi! I want a real life friend like her please. Thanks :) hehe
She had wit, charisma, and plenty of heart. Her love interest was adorable too. Adam was pure perfection and I loved how taken he was to a girl that in everyone else's eyes is a walking disaster.

I wish I could say more about these books, but I feel like if I do I will end up spoiling it for you all. Give it a try sunnies :) I guarantee you will have a good laugh.


Find the books at: Amazon WD - Amazon WC - Ryan Ringbloom Page - GoodReads

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