Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Waiting on Wednesday #53: The Whiskey Prince by Toni Aleo

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jill over at Breaking the Spine. It spotlights books that have not yet been released, but ones that you should pre-order today! This week's book that I am anxiously awaiting is:

The Whiskey Prince 
by Toni Aleo


Take a risk.
Do something drastic.
Fall in love.

When Amberlyn Reilly loses her mother, her whole world comes crashing down. Having been caretaker to her for most of her teenage years, Amberlyn is inexperienced in many aspects of life. She hasn't had time to live, have fun, or enjoy even the little things. It's only when a letter from her mother, asking her to fulfill three things, sends her off to Ireland to live a life she never thought possible that she begins to heal.

Declan O'Callaghan was born and raised in Ireland and has his family's legendary whiskey in his veins. He's shy and not a fan of the pressure and spotlight that comes whit his family name, or the title he was given at birth - the Whiskey Prince. Declan knows just what he wants and that is to take over the family dynasty, but when his father gives him an ultimatum, everything he's worked for could come undone in the blink of an eye.

With six months to get married, the reclusive Declan spots Amberlyn across a lake and instantly feels the need to know her. Soon, the two find themselves traveling down a path neither expected. However like any road, there are bumps and side streeds to derail them. Can Declan find the pieces that will make Amberlyn whole again? And will Amberlyn stay or run when she learns of Declan's deadline of marriage?

Why I can't wait
This book sounds incredibly cut. Most of the time the guys in this types of books are womanizers, Declan will be someone refreshing. And I want to know what the three things Amberlyn needed to for he mom were. 

Publication date: July 10th 2014 



  1. What a great title
    And it sounds really cool too so I hope you'll enjoy it a lot :)


    1. The title is great it immediately drew my attention to the book.
      Thanks for stopping by!

  2. This sounds so good and I am in no way biased on the fact that the guy is from Ireland ;) Thanks for sharing :)

    1. I agree that the book sounds great. And if I were from Ireland this book would probably end on top of my TBR list :D
      Thanks for stopping by!

  3. Wow... this one sounds intense... something I'd like!

    Thanx for visiting my WoW!
    Naomi @ Nomi’s Paranormal Palace

  4. I haven't seem this one before and it sound really good. Thanks for sharing and for stopping by!

  5. Awesome choice. This is the first I've heard of this one but it sounds pretty good. Thanks for bringing it to my attention!
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian


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