Review: Whiskey Bottle Lover by Robin Leigh Miller

Whiskey Bottle Lover by Robin Leigh Miller
Release Date:  April 26, 2013
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave Publishing
Pages: 198
Source: book provided by the publisher for review

When Chance purchases an antique whiskey bottle, she doesn’t expect a “genie” in the form of a rugged, sexy cowboy to come with it. Hayes claims he can grant her every desire. Her yearnings don’t require wishes or magic, only his body. Hayes’ enchanted touch sparks pleasures Chance never imagined. Unable to ignore the strange, familiar draw between them or deny the erotic needs he fulfills, Chance sets out to keep him in her life forever. All she has to do is figure out the rules before her sexy lover disappears for good.

Too bad the rules are as ironclad as the shackles on his wrists and the hold he has on her heart. Before the clock runs out, Chance has to make a serious decision—give up the man she desperately wants or sacrifice an innocent soul. In the end, someone has to return to the bottle.

 

Review: I have always loved stories about genies and when they fall in loved all the better.  When I saw this up for review I could not wait to get a chance, it read it.  I have also read several books my Ms. Miller and have loved them all.

Chance is a strong woman.  She is also very realistic about what she needs and does not dream about what she wants.  She is content to live as she is.  She likes to be independent.  She is also such a good person.  Chance is totally thrown for a loop when a genie appears to grant her three wishes.

Hayes has been a genie for a long time; so long, he has forgotten life before becoming one.  Hayes has a tough time not participating when he let out of his bottle.  He wants to go the right thing when he is not supposed to interact with life but stand neutral.

The chemistry between Hayes and Chance is sizzling.  The sex is hot and steamy.  These two are a great match in and out of the bedroom.  Hayes helps Chance to learn that she can rely on some people.

I loved that Chance used her wishes not really on herself.  While this book is not part of a series, I would love to see this turn into a series.  There is nothing I would have changed about this book.  Overall, I loved this book.  Ms. Miller did it again.

 

Melissa sig