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WHISKEY SOUR by Nazarea Andrews

A Standalone Contemporary Romance

(River Street Bar series, #4)




Calvin Landers is a mess.
He has a great job and a steady string of men and women in his bed, and has been in love with the same couple for so long he can’t remember a time when he wasn’t. Coming off fresh heartbreak, he’s ready to move on, to give up on romance and sex altogether and moves in with his best friend, Davis, while he looks for something more permanent and tries to figure out what the hell he’s doing with his life.
Ava Liu isn’t looking for anything more than something to distract her from the book she’s supposed to be translating. Something to distract her from why the hell she’s in River City in the first place. But the boys who share a fence are more than a little distracting and pushy, when they realize just how much Ava needs someone–and how much they all need each other.
Sometimes life happens just when you stop looking.


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There’s a man there, in faded jeans and a green henley and a big grin—although, that grin kind of stutters, dips into confused and speculative as he stares at me.

“Uh. This is—I’m looking for 9800 Blackmore Lane?”

I point to the side, where the old Miller house is sitting in all its innocent glory. “I’m 8900. Go bang on the right door.”

He gives me an apologetic smile and wags a coffee at me.

It’s a coffee from Cool Beans Cafe, something I only get when I can talk Kip into grabbing it before she drops in. And that’s rare enough—she has opinions about how much coffee I drink.

“Peace offering?” he says, with a hopeful little smile that shouldn’t be as charming as it is.

I huff and snatch it from him, inhaling the scent. I give a tiny noise, soft and satisfied. Then I blink, because a stranger is still standing on my porch staring at me, bemused.

“Sorry for snapping,” I mumble.

He laughs. “Sorry for being the unobservant dick who woke you up so early.” I smile at that, pleased, and he extends a hand. “Davis Emmerson. I’m moving into 9800.”

“And you don’t know what it looks like?” I say skeptically.

He laughs and blushes, rubbing the back of his neck in the most adorable display of self-conscious embarrassment I’ve ever seen. “Yeah, no. My best friend is moving in first—he came yesterday. He picked the place. I’m just here for the excellent wifi.”

Oh. Interesting.

“Well, I’m sorry, ma’am. I’ll let you get back to your morning.”

“Ava,” I offer shyly and he glances back at me. “My name. It’s Ava.”

A smile slips over his face and he nods. “You should come by tomorrow. I’m making cookies.”

Surprise flickers in his gaze, but he grins as he backs down the stairs. “I will. See you soon, Miss Ava.”

I breathe through the flush on my skin and shut the door as he hits the sidewalk. Then I sit in my favorite chair and slowly savor my coffee, letting my mind drift aimlessly while I do.

It’s only when the coffee is gone and I’ve dressed and done my makeup for the day—it’s only then that I panic.

I have no fucking clue how to make cookies.



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Nazarea Andrews (N to almost everyone) is an avid reader and tends to write the stories she wants to read. Which means she writes everything from zombies and dystopia to contemporary love stories.

When not writing, she can most often be found driving her kids to practice and burning dinner while she reads, or binge watching TV shows on Netflix. N loves chocolate, wine, and coffee almost as much as she loves books, but not quite as much as she loves her kids.

N is a self-professed geek and enjoys spending her spare time lost in her favorite fandoms and can often be found babbling about them on social media.

She lives in south Georgia with her husband, daughters, spoiled cat and overgrown dog. She is the author of World Without End series, Neverland Found, Edge of the Falls, and The University of Branton Series. Stop by her twitter (@NazareaAndrews) and tell her what fantastic book she should read next.



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4 – 4.5 we all want to be loved Stars.

Characters & Chemistry

Cal Landers is a mess. He works for River City’s fire department and has the knack for falling for the most unattainable people and this case it is no different. He was in a polyamorous relationship with Emilie and Miguel, but they sat him down and dumped him. He has daddy issues and all he wants is some to love and not be alone but not being in monogamy. He has been stuck in a rut for a long time so after talking to his best friend they decide to move into together.

Davis moves all the way across the country to move in with his best friend since college. He is running away from a stalker and on top of that he has always been in love with Cal. Although they have never crossed that line. He has always been there for Cal. He tries to let the lines blur, but it is either now or never.

Ava Liu hasn’t left her house in years. Her agoraphobia is so severe that her friend Kip brings her coffee, food and chocolate. Her self-worth is terrible, and she faces a daily battle to overcome what causes her panic. On a day like any other she is woken up by Davis and so to begin with a tentative friendship begins.

Davis & Ava soon become more but Ava also knows that Davis loves Cal and that they are a package deal if anything is ever to happen between them. She is open for this and so is Cal. I adored all three characters in this book Ava & Davis more than Cal because it took him ages to get his shite together and to stop unintentionally hurting the people around him. The chemistry is off the charts with these three. They work together, and they work well. They have a deep connection but that does take work even more so in a polyamorous relationship being romance, sexual love, commitment and transparency. Neither of the three rushed into the relationship that they have they were open and honest and talked about their fears.
Writing, Plot & Pace

I love River City, I love the setting of the small town feel but not too small. I love the characters and the trials and tribulations they have to go through to get their happily for now.

The plot and pace are spot on and the book was read in no time. I just find the books always a little too fast paced. Makes it harder to savour them.

This book skittered past the 5-star mark and to be honest I am completely bummed out about it. I love this series and Ms. Andrews truly gives it all her best but there is just that one thing that is missing and to be honest I can’t even pinpoint it. It is so small that I know that something is missing I just don’t know what.

The ending was the icing on the cake.

I love this series so nuff said, right? Okay, one more thing. Read the series, read the book. And I can’t wait for the next and final book in the series to be released. I have no idea who the characters will be though.


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