{Review} Angels & Whiskey (Saddles & Racks #1)

angels and whiskey

Angels & Whiskey by Kimberly Knight
Saddles & Racks #1
Read February 2016
2 stars



Whiskey, women and sleepless nights…

United States Army Captain Gabriel Hastings knew he would always follow in his grandfather’s footsteps. Serving his country was his destiny.

Until he fell in love…

When Gabe’s love affair is cut short, he turns to whiskey for comfort and swears he will never fall in love again.

Until he bumps into an unexpected angel…

By all appearances, Autumn Jones has the perfect life. Her husband, Richard, is a loving man who wants to be a father to her unborn children. But Autumn knows the truth. Richard has a controlling, dark side that leaves nothing to chance, especially Autumn. He’ll stop at nothing to make her the trophy wife he wants her to be.

When Autumn bumps into Gabe, he consumes her every thought, but she can’t act on her feelings. She’s married to a dark man she can never leave.

When he learns who Autumn’s husband really is, Gabe knows he will stop at nothing to protect her. Or is it too late for him to save his angel?

Series Reading Order

#1 Angels & Whiskey
#2 Tequila & Lace
#3 Champagne & Hangcuffs


I really thought I was going to enjoy this book more, but for some reason it just fell flat for me.

The synopsis was really promising and I couldn’t wait to find out more about these characters and while the start draw me into the story, it felt like more a chore to read it then not.

About 10% in a had a pretty good idea who Autumn’s husband was and by about 60% I was about to give up and DNF because I could pretty much see how the story was going to end.

I like Autumn and Gabe together but somethings annoyed me. While Autumn doesn’t really trust men she sure trusted Gabe pretty quick and Gabe was determined to start a relationship with Autumn even thou he prefers to take his time with getting to know people. I just seemed conflicting to the characters personalities.

While there were some parts that were entertaining, overall this story just didn’t really grab my attention like I was hoping for.

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