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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Whiskey Girl by Maggie Casper. Book two in the To Serve and Protect series. When your heart has been ripped bleeding from your chest, it leaves behind a dark hole where desire no longer resides.
At least that was what Ausha Malone thought right up until the moment Detective Doug Pennington walked into her bar. Life had dealt her a bad hand. If someone cared to look close enough, they could see exactly how bad in the gunmetal gray of her gaze. He was bound and determined to give Ausha her life back, whether he had to drag her kicking and screaming all the way or not.
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After her young daughter was killed in some horrible, unrevealed way by her ex-husband, Ausha hit the bottle and hit it hard. She morphed from a carefree, pink-sweatered mom to a leather-wearing, whiskey-slinging bar owner with a yard stare.
Ausha is, in fact, completely unable to cope with the loss of her child. She lives in a shell, in an apartment completely devoid of color, in a world almost entirely devoid of life. But of course, this i Ausha Malone likes her Jack. But of course, this is a romance, so in steps Detective Doug Pennington, to inform Ausha of her ex-husband’s suicide.
Of course that goes over like a lead balloon – Ausha couldn’t give a damn, and Doug makes it his personal crusade to take Ausha kicking and screaming back to the light of living and personal happiness. All of this takes some heavy emotional exchanges, professional therapy, and of course, sexual healing.
Doug is a tad bit dominant in the bedroom, of course, which aids in both soul-healing and soul-bonding between two people. Did I enjoy this book? However, the themes of the book – loss of a child, alcoholism, suicide, depression – were pretty intense and probably something most romance or erotica readers are not apt to enjoy.
An emotionally intense tale of loss and the power of love to heal, Maggie Casper’s Whiskey Girl had me completely riveted with its extremely emotional points of view and erotic love scenes. Be prepared for this book to capture your mind and knptty with an intensity that will not let you put it down. Doug Pennington is a small town police detective who has been assigned the unpleasant task of notifying the local bartender, Ausha Malone, Originally posted at: Doug Pennington is a small town police detective who has been assigned the unpleasant task of notifying the local bartender, Ausha Malone, that her ex-husband has committed suicide.
Doug is drawn to Ausha and wants to help her deal with her inner demons and get her to live again as a whole person not the hard girp she has become. Ausha Malone has no desire to do much more than get through each day on autopilot.
Her life was irrevocably changed two years ago due to her ex-husbands addictions and some circumstances that were beyond her control. She has become an emotionally detached woman who has basically withdrawn from life until handsome detective Doug Pennington starts hanging out in her bar.
Doug has started to push down Ausha’s self erected walls and she is not sure how to deal with all the emotions he is making her feel. Maggie Casper delivers her usual Dominant hero with the heart of gold, who wants nothing more than to take care of the hardheaded woman he has fallen for.
This story is well written with the conflict carried throughout the story, however I found it somewhat dark and heavy.
Although the story is short, the main conflict is dealt with throughout the entire story which made the impact of the story that much stronger. Pick up Maggie Casper’s Whiskey Girl when you are looking for that book with deep heartfelt emotions and a great deal of heat, this book delivers those and more. Karen rated it really liked it Jul 10, Shelley rated it liked it Jul 21, Majo rated it it was ok Mar 08, Gretchen rated it really liked it Mar 28, Donna rated it it was amazing May 27, Deanna rated it really liked it Mar 13, Amy rated it it was amazing Feb 10, Kelly rated it it was amazing Nov 23, Mimi rated it liked it Apr 16, Mary rated it really liked it Sep 01, Martinia rated it really liked it Mar 08, Jana rated it liked it May 24, Theresa added it Apr 30, Angel Starr marked it as to-read May 21, Paula marked it as to-read Jun 25, Joe marked it as to-read Jul 18, SassySami marked it as to-read May 03, Marisa Anderson marked it as to-read Oct 20, Angie marked it as to-read Nov 06, Angela marked it as to-read Nov 12, Will2pear95 marked it as to-read Dec 30, Lisa Wadsworth marked it as to-read May 08, Mena added it Jul 27, Leandra added it Jan 24, Lynna marked it as to-read Jan 29, Maria Pedersen marked it as to-read Mar 13, Carrie marked it as to-read Mar 31, Laura marked it as to-read Apr 25, Carrie Angel marked it as to-read Dec 18, Danielle marked it as to-read Feb 20, Tammy Lee marked it as to-read Apr 24, Jennifer marked it as to-read Jun 03, Wandering Reader marked it as to-read Jun 16, Eileen marked it as to-read Nov 08, Sammyd marked it as to-read Dec 11, Mariana marked it as to-read Feb 12, Loisa added it Mar 21, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Maggie Casper’s life could be called many things but boring isn’t one of them. If asked, Maggie would tell you that blessed would more aptly describe her everyday existence.
Whiskey Girl (To Serve and Protect, #2) by Maggie Casper
Being loved by four gorgeous daughters should be enough to make anybody feel blessed. Add to that a bit of challenge, a lot of fun and an undeniably close circle of friends and family and you’d be walking in her shoes.
A love of Gifl Casper’s life could be called many things but boring isn’t one of them. A love of reading was passed on by Maggie’s mother at a very early age, and so began her addiction to romance novels. Maggie admits to writing some in high school but when life got in the way, she put her pen and paper up.
Seems that things changed over the years because when caspef finally decided it was time to put her story ideas on paper, the pen was out and the computer was in.
Took her a while to catch up but she finally made it. Other books in the series.
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