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Things are looking up for Addison Holmes. She's about to take her P.I. exams, she's living in sin with the man of her dreams, and she hasn't had a phone call from her mother in three whole days. But she should have known things were too good to last. When Rosemarie Valentine's fingerprints are found on the murder weapon used to kill a sex shop owner, it's up to Addison an Things are looking up for Addison Holmes. She's about to take her P.I. exams, she's living in sin with the man of her dreams, and she hasn't had a phone call from her mother in three whole days. But she should have known things were too good to last. When Rosemarie Valentine's fingerprints are found on the murder weapon used to kill a sex shop owner, it's up to Addison and the gang to clear her name before Rosemarie is thrown in the pokey with no hope of getting out again. With the help of Nick, Savage, Kate, and Addison's mom and sister, what could possibly go wrong?


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Things are looking up for Addison Holmes. She's about to take her P.I. exams, she's living in sin with the man of her dreams, and she hasn't had a phone call from her mother in three whole days. But she should have known things were too good to last. When Rosemarie Valentine's fingerprints are found on the murder weapon used to kill a sex shop owner, it's up to Addison an Things are looking up for Addison Holmes. She's about to take her P.I. exams, she's living in sin with the man of her dreams, and she hasn't had a phone call from her mother in three whole days. But she should have known things were too good to last. When Rosemarie Valentine's fingerprints are found on the murder weapon used to kill a sex shop owner, it's up to Addison and the gang to clear her name before Rosemarie is thrown in the pokey with no hope of getting out again. With the help of Nick, Savage, Kate, and Addison's mom and sister, what could possibly go wrong?

30 review for Whiskey, You're The Devil

  1. 4 out of 5

    Petra

    This was my shallow, hilariously funny listen for Sunday. Full of completely over the top characters with wonderful Southern charm, sexual innuendos and a minor mystery that is second to the characters and their relationships and dialog. I'm a fan of this series and listen to it whenever I need irreverent light entertainment. This was my shallow, hilariously funny listen for Sunday. Full of completely over the top characters with wonderful Southern charm, sexual innuendos and a minor mystery that is second to the characters and their relationships and dialog. I'm a fan of this series and listen to it whenever I need irreverent light entertainment.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kjen

    Well...hell! I still can't pick a guy. That is so unlike me...The true blue Babe side of me (from Evanovich's Plum series) wants to root for Savage, but I just can't dislike Nick the way I did Morelli. Sigh...probably I'm not supposed to mixing my triangles! I'd really like to read book 5 now...but there isn't one yet. Well...hell! I still can't pick a guy. That is so unlike me...The true blue Babe side of me (from Evanovich's Plum series) wants to root for Savage, but I just can't dislike Nick the way I did Morelli. Sigh...probably I'm not supposed to mixing my triangles! I'd really like to read book 5 now...but there isn't one yet.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mariko Tsubaki

    I am little disappointed with this book. I love this series and have been eagerly anticipating the next book, but I am not thrilled with the authors inability to bring closure. Please , Ms. Hart do not make this series into another wishy washy noncommittal type of series. This book should have been longer, the ending felt rush and I dislike the fact the murder mysteries was "solved" in the matter of paragraphs. I am little disappointed with this book. I love this series and have been eagerly anticipating the next book, but I am not thrilled with the authors inability to bring closure. Please , Ms. Hart do not make this series into another wishy washy noncommittal type of series. This book should have been longer, the ending felt rush and I dislike the fact the murder mysteries was "solved" in the matter of paragraphs.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rosie

    I just finished the much anticipated Whiskey your the devil, and let me start by saying I do love this series and this author! The series is super funny, it's about a women who is a bit insecure, but at the same time empowering in her own right. Addison Holmes is your typical women, she loves retail, she loves ice cream, and she can appreciate a good looking man, but she tends to stumble into trouble here and there. Although, I do love this series, this particular book had me asking a lot of que I just finished the much anticipated Whiskey your the devil, and let me start by saying I do love this series and this author! The series is super funny, it's about a women who is a bit insecure, but at the same time empowering in her own right. Addison Holmes is your typical women, she loves retail, she loves ice cream, and she can appreciate a good looking man, but she tends to stumble into trouble here and there. Although, I do love this series, this particular book had me asking a lot of questions at the end... I did feel a little robbed over the family dinner, Nick should have been there he always adds to the family dinner conversation and I love when him and Addison's mom go back and forth. I do hope for the best for Addison and Nick, as I think Savage is becoming dangerously bold. I was hoping Nick would punch him out because that man is still messing with his woman! Savage is your typical douche, I mean really he was trying to creep with another man's girl, not cool but typical dog and douche move! I was actually surprised Addison didn't check him, that girl is feisty when she wants to be... The author had me again, addicted to Addison Holmes! However, I do agree with the majority of the reviewers on this one, the book was too short, mystery solved too fast, and going backwards on a relationship that was already established with Nick and Addison in the prior book was just ODD.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Tracy

    I loved the first two books in the Whiskey series they were jam packed with flirtatious humour and action that kept me completely gripped but they were forming a noticeable pattern and as much as i love a easy to follow plot i felt i needed more. The third and fourth books in this series pretty much cemented my decision to not read further. I'm sorry Liliana but i found these books very similar to Janet Evanovich's Plum series and the love triangle was it for me. Again sorry, i adore all your ot I loved the first two books in the Whiskey series they were jam packed with flirtatious humour and action that kept me completely gripped but they were forming a noticeable pattern and as much as i love a easy to follow plot i felt i needed more. The third and fourth books in this series pretty much cemented my decision to not read further. I'm sorry Liliana but i found these books very similar to Janet Evanovich's Plum series and the love triangle was it for me. Again sorry, i adore all your other books but i wasn't impressed with the Whiskey series. :(

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    I was disappointed by this one, as I worry about similarities between this series and Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum. I like the snarky offbeat heroine, and have enjoyed the craziness but also her growth. This book seemed to have her take a step back, with the author undoing some previous paths in order to add unnecessary conflict. I hope Ms Hart doesn't go down the same, predictable road in the future. I was disappointed by this one, as I worry about similarities between this series and Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum. I like the snarky offbeat heroine, and have enjoyed the craziness but also her growth. This book seemed to have her take a step back, with the author undoing some previous paths in order to add unnecessary conflict. I hope Ms Hart doesn't go down the same, predictable road in the future.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jodi Pomerleau

    Another one bites the dust. If you want to know about sex toys, anal beads, and the porn industry, this is the book for you. I thought Mr. Incredible was bad enough in book 3, but now we have super duper battery operated vibrators that cause hardship and woe. Geez, these books gets stupider by the number. The same old same old rivalry between Nick and Savage...and I don't now about you, but isn't a prologue supposed to be something that happens before, not after? It's like a little trailer of wh Another one bites the dust. If you want to know about sex toys, anal beads, and the porn industry, this is the book for you. I thought Mr. Incredible was bad enough in book 3, but now we have super duper battery operated vibrators that cause hardship and woe. Geez, these books gets stupider by the number. The same old same old rivalry between Nick and Savage...and I don't now about you, but isn't a prologue supposed to be something that happens before, not after? It's like a little trailer of what is to come. The mystery in this story is really very banal, and when Rosemarie's house gets tossed, it's clear to me why. The ending, like in all the other books is abrupt and like an afterthought. It's like a train wreck though, and I have to keep reading them. I'm already halfway finished the next one, which is a very short one, and not much changes with it.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Teena in Toronto

    Addison is working part-time at her friend, Kate's detective agency, and studying and training to become a full-time PI. Kate said, against her better judgement, that if Addison finishes in the top of her class, she'll hire her on full-time. The case she is working on involves the theft of a replica of the Star Trek Enterprise. Kate suspects the owner, Spock, who is Addison's former neighbour and friend, is trying to scam for the insurance money. Spock asks Addison to find the replica and points Addison is working part-time at her friend, Kate's detective agency, and studying and training to become a full-time PI. Kate said, against her better judgement, that if Addison finishes in the top of her class, she'll hire her on full-time. The case she is working on involves the theft of a replica of the Star Trek Enterprise. Kate suspects the owner, Spock, who is Addison's former neighbour and friend, is trying to scam for the insurance money. Spock asks Addison to find the replica and points her in the direction of who he is sure stole it. Nick, a police officer, and Addison have been dating on and off and are now living together. But that doesn't stop FBI Agent Savage, who is attracted to her, from trying to entice her away. Rosemarie, Addison's friend, has been arrested for the murder of a former porn star and now owner of an sex shop. As crazy as Rosemarie is, Addison doesn't think her friend is capable of murder and tries to find out who did it. This mystery wraps up very quickly at the end. I was buying the whodunnit but it didn't make sense why the victim had involved Rosemarie in the first place. This is the fourth book I've read by this author and I liked it. Though it is the fourth in the Addison Holmes series, it works as a stand alone. It was a light fun book to read. It is written in first person perspective from Addison's point of view. I liked the writing style ... it was amusing. There have been typos and lazy grammar in the previous books but this one was really bad ... the editing could have been a lot tighter. As a head's up, there is swearing and adult activity. I look forward to reading the rest in this series in addition to other books by this author. Blog review post: http://www.teenaintoronto.com/2017/03...

  9. 5 out of 5

    Dayna Hauschild

    Love this series because of the humor set in the midst of a mystery. Truly entertaining!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Bette Stanek

    4 Reluctant stars. I love this series, but this one just didn't quite live up to the previous books. It hooked me from the beginning, as all of Hart's books do. There were laugh out loud moments. But, this one just didn't have the spark that the others have had. I was also disappointed in the ending. Talk about bad timing! I'm a little afraid that Ms. Hart is going to turn this into a Stephanie Plum-like series where things keep stringing along and every book becomes the same 'ole same 'ole. I c 4 Reluctant stars. I love this series, but this one just didn't quite live up to the previous books. It hooked me from the beginning, as all of Hart's books do. There were laugh out loud moments. But, this one just didn't have the spark that the others have had. I was also disappointed in the ending. Talk about bad timing! I'm a little afraid that Ms. Hart is going to turn this into a Stephanie Plum-like series where things keep stringing along and every book becomes the same 'ole same 'ole. I certainly hope not! Addison Holmes has so much more potential. Indecision isn't always what keeps the reader interested.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Gayla Glass

    I love the Addison Holmes series, but this one fell a bit short for me (pun intended). It was a bit short and just not up to Liliana's usual. There are laugh out loud moments and as usual, Addison gets herself in a jam a time or two, but there just wasn't as much going on as usual. Also, the ending fell a bit short for me, well the part where they caught the bad guys. It was kind of like they started investigating, then bam, there they are it's over. I am still a bit torn between the two men in I love the Addison Holmes series, but this one fell a bit short for me (pun intended). It was a bit short and just not up to Liliana's usual. There are laugh out loud moments and as usual, Addison gets herself in a jam a time or two, but there just wasn't as much going on as usual. Also, the ending fell a bit short for me, well the part where they caught the bad guys. It was kind of like they started investigating, then bam, there they are it's over. I am still a bit torn between the two men in Addison's life.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Judy

    It's hard to review this book. I LOVE Liliana Hart, she's one of my favorite authors! This was an amazing book!! However, it was just too short! Just when the story got going good it was over. Plus the cliffhanger had me slapping my head saying "are you kidding me"!? I would rather have a book that's longer than a short book with cliffhangers at the end of each! I forget what the book was about by the time the next one comes out. It's hard to review this book. I LOVE Liliana Hart, she's one of my favorite authors! This was an amazing book!! However, it was just too short! Just when the story got going good it was over. Plus the cliffhanger had me slapping my head saying "are you kidding me"!? I would rather have a book that's longer than a short book with cliffhangers at the end of each! I forget what the book was about by the time the next one comes out.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    Lilliana Hart is one of my favorite authors! She can draw me In from the first sentence and keep me hooked throughout the entire book. I was a little underwhelmed with this particular book but know that she will deliver a home run hit with the next book! Keep going with her series and read the other books that she has! You will. To be disappointed!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne Cotton

    OMG I LMAO OMG I LMAO omg, I love this series, Addison is a riot and Nick is just sexy as hell. this book and the rest of the series is laugh out loud funny. you gotta read them. I am hoping for more of Addison, Nick , Rosemarie and Savage. buy it, read it and enjoy

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jo Ann Reinhold

    Oh Addison, how do you get into these messes? Cute, funny and quirky! Fun books to read and you know these characters are great! Thanks Ms Hart for another fun read!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Fay

    I laughed like a loon listening to the audible of this while I was shopping. I am sure the people around me thought I was nuts. Good read that will put you in an excellent mood.

  17. 5 out of 5

    JMV

    Again love Addison.... Little shorter than the others but we are left hanging in the end. So glad we get more from Whiskey bayou.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Christina Johns

    These books are adorable. Witty and fun! Loved them!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Noodle The Naughty Night Owl

    7/10: Good solid read, something to get your teeth into. Shorter & more expensive. That really doesn't make sense. Still a fun read, but I'll admit, I'm nervous about the next book(s) from reading reviews. Plus the description for the following novella and next full book are identical so I'm confused. BUT I'm getting ahead of myself because this one was still good. The good news about having a homicide detective for a boyfriend is that I can call him whenever I stumble over a dead body. Again...love 7/10: Good solid read, something to get your teeth into. Shorter & more expensive. That really doesn't make sense. Still a fun read, but I'll admit, I'm nervous about the next book(s) from reading reviews. Plus the description for the following novella and next full book are identical so I'm confused. BUT I'm getting ahead of myself because this one was still good. The good news about having a homicide detective for a boyfriend is that I can call him whenever I stumble over a dead body. Again...loved Nick. “I don’t know when I’ll be home. Call me if you need bail money.” He disconnected and I figured that was just as good as saying I love you. But Savage is still hanging around and generally disregarding relationship boundaries. Rosemarie is a laugh, though. “I dated a man once who couldn’t find the beat if you hit him upside the head with it. Made me seasick, stopping and starting like that. It was like his penis had a stutter. Couldn’t decide whether it was coming or going.” And I loved Phoebe, Addison's sister. “I’m not dressing up as a nun again,” Phoebe said. “That turned out to be more trouble than it was worth. You’d think all those people would’ve noticed the beer in my hand while they asked me to pray for them.” The mystery was good but resolved in the end a little too abruptly. Savage needs to go, now, too. Coupled with the shorter length & more expensive price, this one lost a star and its Top Reads status. But still fun. And Nick wins the day. But do I dare chance the novella and next full length book? Those reviews! And what's with the numbering and descriptions? Identical! WTF?

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sabine

    The fourth book fell back into the boring category and I cannot tell you how annoyed I was with Agent Savage who seems to be deaf and doesn't accept a "no" and I was equally annoyed with Addison whose "no" seems more like a question than a statement. This is probably why the series reminds me more and more of the Stephanie Plum series although here the love triangle is more implied than confirmed as Addison never really cheats on Nick but she can't seem to stay away from Savage who lives just ac The fourth book fell back into the boring category and I cannot tell you how annoyed I was with Agent Savage who seems to be deaf and doesn't accept a "no" and I was equally annoyed with Addison whose "no" seems more like a question than a statement. This is probably why the series reminds me more and more of the Stephanie Plum series although here the love triangle is more implied than confirmed as Addison never really cheats on Nick but she can't seem to stay away from Savage who lives just across the street and is more than happy to state on a daily basis how happy he could make her while she assures herself and everybody that she is in love with Nick and the end was simply disappointing. (view spoiler)[What also annoyed me to no end was the pregnancy test which was the cliffhanger end in book 3 and which wasn't mentioned again for many chapters only to be disclosed as false alarm. Not cool!! I wasn't keen on her being pregnant but this could have been handled differently. If I had started the series before all books were out, I'd have been very angry. It seems to be her bait for us to buy the next book and Liliana doesn't need that. (hide spoiler)] The case was again not very interesting for me and I just kept reading because of the Addison-Nick-Savage thing and the end disappointed me again. Still, since I bought the bundle I will read the next one. Not sure if I'd continue if I had the single books. 3 stars

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kathrine

    I go back and forth on how much I like this series. Some times (like in book 2) I down right love it and other times I seriously ask myself why I bother. But mostly I liken these books to being the literary equivalent of cotton candy. Light, fluffy, impossible to take seriously but they have plot (even if predictable) and they keep me engaged when I don't want to read anything heavy. Because sometimes you need that. Whiskey, You're the Devil falls squarely into that category. I know this series g I go back and forth on how much I like this series. Some times (like in book 2) I down right love it and other times I seriously ask myself why I bother. But mostly I liken these books to being the literary equivalent of cotton candy. Light, fluffy, impossible to take seriously but they have plot (even if predictable) and they keep me engaged when I don't want to read anything heavy. Because sometimes you need that. Whiskey, You're the Devil falls squarely into that category. I know this series gets compared A LOT with the Plum series and rightly so. Plots are similar, there's a similar cast of characters, there's even...sigh...the potential love triangle. I hate triangles. That's probably why I was thrilled when the author had Addison make a choice and stick with it. Or at least I thought she had. There seemed to be an attempt to walk that back in this book. Fingers crossed that this walk back gets walked back because this series doesn't need a triangle. (I honestly liked the Phoebe/Savage pairing).

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kat

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. i love this series. when it left off she had taken a preg test with her friend and accidentally found out she was preg. she didnt tell her cop boyfriend (who she moved in with) at the end of the book. at the beginning of this book he found the test where she hid it. then the book jumped back to when she was supposed to take her pi test and her friend from high school teaching had taken her to a porn shop to confront the owner and they found her dead. her friend is being questioned. she had to try i love this series. when it left off she had taken a preg test with her friend and accidentally found out she was preg. she didnt tell her cop boyfriend (who she moved in with) at the end of the book. at the beginning of this book he found the test where she hid it. then the book jumped back to when she was supposed to take her pi test and her friend from high school teaching had taken her to a porn shop to confront the owner and they found her dead. her friend is being questioned. she had to try and clear her friend, she knew she didnt kill the lady. they went thru a lot of adventures. her boyfriend was so upset about her being preg but turned out the test was old and wasnt accurate, she wasnt preg. but he did the right thing in the end and asked her to marry him! her sister moved out of her rental (she didnt go to bed with the fbi guy across the street) but her friend from teaching school is going to move in. i just love this series and cant wait to get the next book!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Nancy

    I will say the same thing about book #4 as I did about 1-3. Fun, silly, light, funny stuff here. Again, the plot is superfluous to Addison's life of lots of great sex, her general ineptness, and her junk food obsession. The story, such as it is, revolves around getting her PI license, solving a missing Star Trek memorabile item, and proving her girlfriend is innocent of murder. There are once again lots of plot similarities to Janet Evanovice's Stephanie Plum. I wonder if the two authors have ev I will say the same thing about book #4 as I did about 1-3. Fun, silly, light, funny stuff here. Again, the plot is superfluous to Addison's life of lots of great sex, her general ineptness, and her junk food obsession. The story, such as it is, revolves around getting her PI license, solving a missing Star Trek memorabile item, and proving her girlfriend is innocent of murder. There are once again lots of plot similarities to Janet Evanovice's Stephanie Plum. I wonder if the two authors have ever met and discussed this, or if Janet just thinks Liliana is unoriginal. But then again, who cares, both series are ridiculous anyways, but great fun.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    LOVED IT! This had to be the most realistic book in the series from a dialogue standpoint. I enjoyed how the conversations flowed; how the thoughts flowed. The sarcasm and wit really had me laughing. I like how Rosemary did more than join Addison on her adventures this time. It’s great to watch the secondary characters come to life. Addison’s life is evolving and you never know what will happen next. Liliana Hart is great at keeping us guessing. If you have made it this far in the series...don’t LOVED IT! This had to be the most realistic book in the series from a dialogue standpoint. I enjoyed how the conversations flowed; how the thoughts flowed. The sarcasm and wit really had me laughing. I like how Rosemary did more than join Addison on her adventures this time. It’s great to watch the secondary characters come to life. Addison’s life is evolving and you never know what will happen next. Liliana Hart is great at keeping us guessing. If you have made it this far in the series...don’t stop now! “Whiskey, You’re The Devil” is the best book in the series so far!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kelsey

    The first of the series was okay, like I said in my review of it, that it seemed like a cheap knockoff of The Stephanie Plum series. I bought this one because it was super cheap before I read book 1. Gave this one a try just for the hell of it since I had it & I actually liked it. I like that it referenced current happenings in the real world. She has her flaws but that’s what makes her real. She doesn’t jump to complete conclusions. I like that the ending is not so glaringly obvious about the k The first of the series was okay, like I said in my review of it, that it seemed like a cheap knockoff of The Stephanie Plum series. I bought this one because it was super cheap before I read book 1. Gave this one a try just for the hell of it since I had it & I actually liked it. I like that it referenced current happenings in the real world. She has her flaws but that’s what makes her real. She doesn’t jump to complete conclusions. I like that the ending is not so glaringly obvious about the killer. It’s a nice change. I hated Nick in book 1 & I still can’t stand him. There’s no middle range of personality. He’s either cold & horny or flies off the handle for no apparent reason. I really hope he doesn’t actually stick around.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jade

    The heroine is so stupid I was exhausted. In fact, most of the characters were walking stereotypes. It was meant to be hilarious, endearing and cute but I just found it tiring. I won't even get into the heroine spending a whole chunk of her time thinking about cheating on her boyfriend. I get that I was supposed to think she was an adorable airhead but meh. The heroine is so stupid I was exhausted. In fact, most of the characters were walking stereotypes. It was meant to be hilarious, endearing and cute but I just found it tiring. I won't even get into the heroine spending a whole chunk of her time thinking about cheating on her boyfriend. I get that I was supposed to think she was an adorable airhead but meh.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    Easy read...lots of humor...great dialogue. I really enjoyed this book. The dialogue was familiar, as if I and my girlfriends could have the same conversations. The pace was fast enough , but wasn't too fast to follow. Really like the Addison Holmes character. This book would be great for fans of Janet Evanovich. There is even some wacky family dynamic. Easy read...lots of humor...great dialogue. I really enjoyed this book. The dialogue was familiar, as if I and my girlfriends could have the same conversations. The pace was fast enough , but wasn't too fast to follow. Really like the Addison Holmes character. This book would be great for fans of Janet Evanovich. There is even some wacky family dynamic.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Donna Foston

    I wasn’t going to read this because by the end of book 3 I was just weary of the typos and consistency errors. But I had purchased it on sale while I was reading book 1, and since book 3 ended with a “cliffhanger”, I read it. The “cliffhanger” turned out to be a cheap trick. The book was same old, same old, and it ended with another “cliffhanger”. Not biting this time. I’m out.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Tameka

    Addison finally get her license to be a P.I. that is the good think. It's a shame that ol' boy didn't stay hooked up with her sister. It just behooves me that Addison just always ends up having all of the dead drop from the sky. No wonder they have a nick name for her ar the station for all that is holy. Addison finally get her license to be a P.I. that is the good think. It's a shame that ol' boy didn't stay hooked up with her sister. It just behooves me that Addison just always ends up having all of the dead drop from the sky. No wonder they have a nick name for her ar the station for all that is holy.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin

    I like this series it definitely gives me the Stephanie plum fix. But there were some continuity issues. Nick bought her a Suv at one time, we never heard about a accident but it is forgotten and she says her last car was the Volvo. If I can remember details why can't the author? But I file it as a minor issue and finish the series. I like this series it definitely gives me the Stephanie plum fix. But there were some continuity issues. Nick bought her a Suv at one time, we never heard about a accident but it is forgotten and she says her last car was the Volvo. If I can remember details why can't the author? But I file it as a minor issue and finish the series.

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