Lies in Ink and Whiskey: Redemption Highway, Book 7 (The Dalys, Book 1)

By: Leaona Luxx
Narrated by: Kelli Lindsay, Jarman Day
Series: The Daly’s, Book 1
Length: 5 hrs and 17 mins

I’m over men. I’m swearing them off.

It’s taken me years to get away from the last one. He left me bruised and battered – in more ways than one.

My dislike is as deep as my distrust.

As I start my own business, I consider myself fortunate. The thing is, I’ve never been the lucky girl. What was supposed to be a one-time job turns into nothing but trouble.

And that’s something I know a lot about.

Lachlan Daly makes me feel everything I swore I never would. One glance into those whiskey-colored eyes and I’m lost. His on-again, off-again desire for me has my head spinning and my pulse pounding.

The minute I think I have it figured out, I find myself making decisions that we both will regret.

Ink and whiskey have a way of making the truth come out.
Dedicated advocate, tenacious social worker, wrangler of runaways….

Elena Rodriguez knows certain people think she cares too much. But helping kids, especially the forgotten ones trying to survive on the streets of San Antonio, is her life. To the exclusion of all else. Sure, she has no social life, but that’s never been a problem. Until a sizzling hot fire chief comes to her rescue. Who cares if he’s older? She’s ready to socialize. Too bad fate has other plans.

Fighting for Elena….

When a young teen stumbles out of the path of outlaw bikers and into their lives, the silver fox and the woman who cares too much will team up to protect her — as their attraction for each other explodes. Whether battling wild fires, wicked weather, or outlaw bikers, Pops will do whatever it it takes to keep Elena.

Book Details

Narrators

Kelli Lindsay, Jarman Day

About The Author

Leaona Luxx

By: Leaona Luxx
Narrated by: Kelli Lindsay, Jarman Day
Series: The Daly’s, Book 1
Length: 5 hrs and 17 mins

I’m over men. I’m swearing them off.

It’s taken me years to get away from the last one. He left me bruised and battered – in more ways than one.

My dislike is as deep as my distrust.

As I start my own business, I consider myself fortunate. The thing is, I’ve never been the lucky girl. What was supposed to be a one-time job turns into nothing but trouble.

And that’s something I know a lot about.

Lachlan Daly makes me feel everything I swore I never would. One glance into those whiskey-colored eyes and I’m lost. His on-again, off-again desire for me has my head spinning and my pulse pounding.

The minute I think I have it figured out, I find myself making decisions that we both will regret.

Ink and whiskey have a way of making the truth come out.