Thank you Karly for sending a copy of this book for an honest review.
Who doesn’t love books about bad boys in motorcycle clubs? Well, I do and love it! I love unconventional stories that don’t involve a typical suburban family. Whisky “Sky” McKenna is the daughter of the president of the Motorcycle Club, Black Mustangs. She’s been estranged from her father for years and forced to live with her controlling grandparents. She was sent away to live with them, after her father was sent to prison and he had his reasons for keeping her there even after his release. Sky felt abandoned, alone and held a grudge against her father and his Club for years.
Then 10 years later, after she finally breaks free and living her own life, her past comes walking back in–bringing out old feelings and reconnecting with others from her childhood at the Club. Particularly, a now hot, bad boy club member from her past, Sawyer Riley. Sawyer wants to bring back Sky to the Club to reunite her with her father, for reasons you’ll find out later….but Sky thinks her father didn’t want her after all these years and can not seem to forgive and forget. And of course sparks fly between Sawyer and Sky after spending time with each other (well…more like Sawyer following/showing up where Sky is), but it’s not easy for the two. There are club rivals, danger, love triangles and family drama that gets in the way.
Whisky State of Mind is a great, short read that ends with a HEA! And I would love to have the “mystery guy” get a spinoff book too! Not going to spoil who the “mystery guy” is for those who haven’t read this yet 🙂
I was slightly skeptical before reading this book as I was concerned there wouldn’t be a HEA, but on the advice of Asian Chick (Karmen) I read it. I am so happy I did!! Whisky “Sky” McKenna is the daughter of the president of the Motorcycle Club, Black Mustangs and Sawyer Riley (don’t you just love that name) a member of the Black Mustangs.
When Sky was young she became estranged from her father and now many years later he is back as is Sawyer. Not going to lie at all there were a few tear jerk worthy moments in this book and a little love triangle. I really did enjoy this book and it has a nice HEA.