Title: Mischief and Mayhem
Series: Whiskey Sisters #2
Author: L.E. Rico

Publisher: Entangled Publishing LLC

Genre: Romantic Comedy
Release Date: July 9, 2018


Welcome to Mayhem, Minnesota, home of the Knitty Kitty,
The Little Slice of Heaven Pie Shop, and O’Halloran’s Pub—owned by the four
young women known as The Whiskey Sisters.
In the wake of her divorce, Jameson O’Halloran has gone
man-vegan. And this is one diet she’s determined to stick with. Even when her
long-lost ex-brother-in-law shows up looking like two scoops of double dutch
dipped in chocolate… She’s not giving in. Been there and still wearing the
messy T-shirt.
It’s been a decade since Scott Clarke left his family and
his hometown, never to return. But when tragedy strikes, he finds himself
dragged back to the land of gossip, judgment, and the one woman he absolutely,
positively, without a doubt can never have. His brother’s ex is off-limits. He
just needs to keep repeating that to himself until it sinks in.


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Audio Teaser
“What? Do I
look that bad?” he asks.
“No, you
look fine. Fine. Yes. Nope, you’re good. Good, good…I was just…” I scramble for
some reasonable excuse to be staring at him. “I—It’s just that I couldn’t help
but notice your tattoo.”
Yes! Brilliant save, Jameson!
“Oh, you
know, I forget it’s even there sometimes,” he says, bringing his smooth, broad
chest closer to me so I can get a better look at him. It. At it. The tattoo…
pointing to the image on his right pectoral muscle, a vibrant orange skull
intricately decorated. It has a bright array of red and pink flowers and small
jewels adorning it.
“They call
this a sugar skull.”
Before I
can help myself, I reach out to touch the colorful picture that takes up a
large section of that side of his chest. I pull away before my fingers make
okay,” he assures me, taking my hand and pulling it to his chest. “You can
touch it.”
I keep my
hand there for a beat longer than I should before reluctantly extricating
myself. “Well, I…uh…I think it’s beautiful.” I glance down at my watch.
“Oh! I’ve got to get the chicken in the oven.”
I start to
turn toward the other naked flesh in the room.
“Of course!
Sorry, yes, I, uh, I think I saw a sex pack—sorry, six pack. There’s a six
pack of toothbrushes in the hall closet.”
Holy hell!
What was that? I try to appear
composed, even as I feel the two hot, red spots that are forming on my cheeks.
He chivalrously turns to leave before I’m in full-on beet mode, but not before
I catch a little color on his face, too.
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Author Bio
L.E. Rico
didn’t set out to be an author. In fact she’s made a name for herself as a
classical music radio host—doing her best to make the music and the composers
relevant by putting them into a modern context. It was just a few years ago
that she discovered a passion for writing that blossomed into an entire novel.
And then another. And another. And, while she still spends plenty of time on
the radio, telling the stories of the great composers, she spends even more
time composing her own great stories.
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