Read Maybe This Time (Whiskey and Weddings, #2) Online Free - Jen Mackenzie has been knocked down more than a few times, but she always gets up and makes sure she has the last word. It’s the reason she now considers herself equal parts self-sufficient and free-spirit. But since losing her job and trying to help her mother beat cancer, real life―and her occasional careless choices―have begun to catch up with her. Her one saving grace: The Stag, a boutique distillery that has become Kansas City’s go-to wedding venue. The only catch: One of the owners, TJ Laughlin, happens to be the one man who somehow manages to make Jen feel inadequate.
TJ has secretly had a thing for Jen since high school. Now, as her new boss, it’s a daily struggle between revealing his feelings and wringing her beautiful neck. Only one thing is for certain: he can’t stand idly by and watch the woman he cares for struggle. She may be convinced that accepting TJ’s help is a weakness. But all he sees in Jen is beauty and strength, inside and out. As things finally heat up between them, can TJ find a way to convince Jen that love is about give and take―and having it all, together?
|Title||:||Maybe This Time (Whiskey and Weddings, #2)|
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||300 pages|
February 14, 2018
While I definitely liked Nicole McLaughlin’s first book in this series, ‘Maybe This Time’ was a different kettle of fish unfortunately. Perhaps what made it worse was that I’d been wanting TJ to find his HEA particularly after pining after someone who absolutely didn’t deserve him at all.
March 02, 2018
Jen MacKenzie is your typical girl from the wrong side of the tracks, living in a bad apartment, no full-time job, drowning in debt, tattoos, no college education. She was poor but happy teaching theatre in a local community college until the funding ran out, now she's juggling two part-time jobs...
February 05, 2018
TJ's woman just frustrates him at times, "he slammed his hands down to his sides, hard enough to hold the covers down tight so that she could see the bulge below his waist. “This is the result of waking up next to you. Obviously, there is nothing repulsive about that idea.” TJ is not a bashful ma...
February 26, 2018
TJ has had a crush on Jen since high school. With Jen's scrappy,resilient personality is there even a chance of a romance between her and TJ? Her mother is battling cancer, she loses her dream job and she is really struggling financially. Her life's choices are starting to catch up with her but s...
March 01, 2018
I almost did not finish this one because Jen rubbed me the wrong way. I don’t think the author planned to create a character that was so judgmental and whiney (I hope) and this could be a case of “It’s not you but me” here but she was not an heroine I could root for.
The story is about Jen and TJ....
January 27, 2018
A sweet contemporary romance. They've known each other since HS. He's always had a little crush on her. He's also now her boss.
This review is based on the ARC provided by the author and/or the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinion.
March 15, 2018
Thanks to author Nicole McLaughlin, publisher St. Martin's Press and NetGalley for an eARC of MAYBE THIS TIME ( WHISKEY AND WEDDINGS #2 ) in exchange for an honest review.
Jen tries to live as a free spirit and steer clear of close relationships. TJ, her boss has had a crush on Jen since high scho...
January 19, 2018
Physically speaking, Jen was this vibrant burst of color with her clothes and her tattoos. Yet her personality was extremely prickly-especially with TJ. I mean talk about having a chip on the shoulder! Jen had that in spades. Like massive chip. Between mommy issues and berating the one who got aw...
February 26, 2018
Wow, someone has a chip on their shoulder. I think Jen was supposed to be a sympathetic character because her mother has cancer, she lost her dream job and she’s barely scraping by financially, but that aforementioned chip ruined everything. Because Jen feels incredibly hard done by, as if the wo...
March 11, 2018
This is the second book in a series and my first time reading this author but I don’t feel like I missed anything that might’ve changed my reading experience had I read the first one. We’ll find out thought because after finishing this story, I’m definitely going back to read the first.