Title: Sunshine & Whiskey
Author: R.L. Griffin
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Cover Designer: Silver Plum Creations
Release Date: April 21st, 2015
Sometimes the best things in life come from the unexpected. So if you lower your expectations, then you’ll never be disappointed. Sound cheesy? It is, but it's also true. Clichés come from a grain of truth…like a man with a Porsche is compensating for something, or once a cheater always a cheater—you get the idea. Sorry, I digress. I'm supposed to be telling you what this book is about.
I'm Megan Walker, a lawyer at one of the hottest boutique law firms in Atlanta. I'm on the fast track to making partner and have my entire life planned out...or I did.
We all know how that goes, right? Best laid plans and all that.
Life just threw me a couple curveballs, so I've set out to take things into my own hands. By throwing caution to the wind and getting out of my A-type personality bubble, I'm learning more about myself than I have in my twenty-seven years.
Sound like a chick flick, doesn't it?
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What would you do if you walked in and caught your boyfriend with the secretary? On your bed? Would you wallow in self pity or would you buy a lottery ticket and tie on a good one? I think so. Then what would you do if you happened to win 2 million dollars with said lottery ticket? I’ll tell you what Megan does. She leaves her life behind and begins a cross country road trip filled with red whore boots, alcohol, meat, and magic. You’ll understand completely when you read the book because this is a MUST READ.
Megan catches her boyfriend in a compromising situation with the secretary from their office. She doesn’t cry, she doesn’t throw herself into hysterics. Nope, she kicks them out, goes to a meeting and knocks it out of the park, then she binges with her sister. She did happen to pick up a lottery ticket while buying the booze and well, she wins. She and her best friend, Lo, head out on a hell of a memorable road trip to find themselves and their new beginning.
They meet many new people and make new friends on their adventures. They’re the modern day version of Thelma and Louise without the suicide. They have fun together, cuss each other out, and can speak with just their eyes. They’re the epitome of “The Person”; if you don’t have one, you need to get one. Everyone deserves their person.
Megan doesn’t want to just blow all of her money so Lo does some very smart investing and creating a company for the both of them and sets them on their way for life. They travel from Georgia to Nashville, down to New Orleans, over to Texas and on to Las Vegas with a final stop in California. There they decide to settle down and open up shop. With new acquaintances and possible lovers these girls are actually viewing the world as their oyster. It’s theirs for the taking.
I absolutely loved this book. I can’t wait for book 2. This is the friendship that every girl needs and deserves in life. It shows you how important friendship is and how no matter what men may walk in and out of your life, your friends will always be there.
Reviewed for Stories and Swag! Book Blog
R.L. Griffin published her first book in 2004. After that she focused on practicing law. A few years ago she began writing the By A Thread series, which is out now. Her goal is to keep readers on their toes, whether it's the plot twist or the book itself, her books are outside any box. There is a little bit of grit in most of her books and a ton of cussing. Most books are enjoyed better with a glass of wine, or whiskey, whatever your poison may be.
She lives in Atlanta with her husband, kid and dogs. She loves to travel and meet readers.
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