Review: Sunshine & Whiskey

Thursday 26 March 2015
Sunshine & Whiskey Sunshine & Whiskey by R.L. Griffin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I do like it when authors change it up and write something a little different and that's exactly what Sunshine & Whiskey is for RL Griffin. From the brilliance of Razorblade Kisses she has returned with a lighthearted read which is both witty and entertaining.

After witnessing her boyfriend in a compromising position, Megan knows that she needs saving from herself and leaving town couldn't have happened at a better time. Leaving Chad, her family and her job behind, Megan heads out for a road trip of a lifetime with her BFF Laura and doesn't look back. Plotting and planning their journey to the places they have always wanted to visit, they set off with the aim of enjoying being young, free and single. Some of the scenes told throughout the story will make you laugh out loud but some will also bring a tear to yours eyes.

This was a great read which was sweet, funny and riveting. I struggled to get into it initially but once it grabbed me it wouldn't let go. I did find some of the comical scenes a bit irrelevant and didn’t really fit into the story, other than for an added bit of humour, but they didn’t detract from my enjoyment of the story. I loved that Megan found her HEA but it wasn't with the person I thought she may end up with.

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