Whiskey Rebellion by Liliana Hart

Whiskey Rebellion

By Liliana Hart

  • Release Date: 2011-05-11
  • Genre: Women Sleuths
Score: 4.5
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Description

My name is Addison Holmes, and I teach history at James Madison High School in Whiskey Bayou, Georgia. You might be under the assumption that my life went to the dogs when my fiancé left me at the altar for the home economics teacher, or when I got notice that my apartment building was going to be condemned, or even when I was desperate enough to strip to my unmentionables to earn some extra cash. The truth is that I'm pretty much used to disasters following me around on a daily basis, but I could have gone without finding my principal dead in the parking lot of a seedy gentlemen's club. 
 
After the initial shock of finding my first dead body, which included throwing back shots of Jack Daniels like it was water, I decided to take stock of my life. I was in a desperate situation and if the school board ever found out I'd been a stripper, even a bad stripper, I'd be jobless as well as fiancé-less and homeless. Fortunately, I had a friend who felt sorry enough for me to give me a job doing some surveillance work at her detective agency. Not to mention the fact that I was now able to stick my nose into other people's business for a good cause, find a murderer, and pick up helpful tips from an incredibly attractive detective. 
 
Come check out my story and be thankful your life is relatively normal.

Reviews

  • How much trouble ??

    3
    By Blacksorrento
    How much trouble can one female get into? It seems to find her. Both plausible and implausible at the same time. Style of writing is good, enjoyed the premise but storyline lost it along the way, perhaps too much going on with with all the PI cases, the mother coming into it didn't work for me, she didn't want to be with her Mom hence the reason she was living in a dump, a bit bah humbug and a contradiction.
  • Recommend

    3
    By LCIPAD7777
    Great read. Sexy, funny, thrilling "whodunnit" 😀
  • Enjoyable

    5
    By Crashtestwoman
    Enjoyable,light,fun read. Good humour and interesting plot.
  • Another Well Written Novel from Hart

    5
    By very cranky
    Good plot, juicy internal dialogue for the protagonist, Addison and the mother I always wanted (and hope to be to my daughter lol). I finished up reading this in public and copped many looks for my giggling like a madman. Although different pro tag’s, I put Hart’s Addison Holmes in the Rose Gardener group for wit, plot and sexy man toys. Also recommend Hart’s Dirty.. series. Loved them as well.
  • Loved it.

    5
    By Jessica & Adelaide
    I absolutely loved this book and can't wait for the second. Addison Holmes is a crack up, I love how her personality shines through- you could be talking over coffee (or ice cream) with her. The tension with Nick has left me very frustrated but in a good way :). Very clever book. Highly recommend it.
  • A very entertaining read

    5
    By Kathy228
    I highly recommend this book to everyone who appreciates quirky humour. I found myself laughing out loud on the bus many times. It is certainly not as hot as many of Liliana's previous novels, but still a real pleasure. I am very happy to see that this is the start of a series, so I can spend more time with Addison and her wonderful Mother. Hopefully she will be more lucky in love during the second book too!
  • Fun and Entertaining!

    5
    By Jsaher
    Oh my God! I don't think I have laughed so much reading a book before and this is meant to be an action novel! Liliana combines her excellent talent of writing action thrillers & hot passion with a touch of humour I was pleasantly surprised with. Loved the book as always Liliana rocks. She definitely is one of my favourite authors currently.
  • Whiskey rebellion

    4
    By Lovemynovels
    This is a light, well written, fast paced novel incorporated with quick humour. Similar to Janet evanovich's numbered novels. Goes great with a glass of wine after a long day... Or even early arvo.

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