Resenha – The Distiller’s Darling

Temos mais uma resenha para vocês hoje! Um livro que eu adorei e duas novas autoras que com certeza eu lerei outros trabalhos. Se você gosta de romance contemporâneo, daqueles bem suaves para te deixar com um sorriso no rosto, leia este livro. Além da resenha, tenho um trecho do livro para você ler. Boa leitura!


The Distiller’s Darling é o segundo livro da série River Hill, mas pode ser lido como um standalone. Eu não li o primeiro livro da série e posso dizer que em nenhum momento me senti perdida na história e que mesmo os personagens secundários foram bem apresentados na história.
Iain é um irlandês que quer sair debaixo da saia dos pais e irmãos e criar sua própria carreira vendendo whiskey nos EUA e não está à procura de um relacionamento.
Naomi é uma artista conceituada que luta contra o preconceito da família em relação à sua carreira. E adivinha? Também não está à procura de um relacionamento.
Meses após um encontro casual, os dois se vêem morando na mesma cidade e incapazes de resistir à sua química, decidem explorar uma amizade colorida.
O livro é um romance contemporâneo bem gostosinho e rápido de ler, com personagens reais e familiares que você quer esganar ou bater a porta na cara!! A história se desenvolve de maneira crível e você torce por esse casal,tanto para eles enxergarem a realidade, quanto para eles vencerem em suas carreiras longe do olhar desaprovador de suas famílias.
Personagens secundários atraentes, deixando você com vontade de ler os futuros livros dessa série. E no meu caso, o livro anterior também.


It was my first book by both authors and I have to say it won’t be the last. It’s contemporary romance on its best. Characters that you love and characters that you love to hate (someone said parents? 😉 )
I love books when the main characters are fighting to not fall in love. It’s so good to see their surprise! It’s the second book in the series and I can’t wait to read more about River Hill.


THE DISTILLER’S DARLING by Rebecca Norinne & Jamaila Brinkley

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A Realeza Irlandesa do Whiskey não tem lugar no norte da Califórnia, mas isso não irá parar Iain Brennan, a ovelha negra da família Brennan de destiladores, de tentar. A região do Vinho é um lugar diferente para tentar lançar um império de Whiskey, mas Iain é destemido o suficiente para fazer isso acontecer. E estando longe do radar desaprovador de seu pai em Dublin? Melhor ainda.

Naomi Klein passou os dez últimos anos o mais longe possível da sua família de socialites, construindo sua carreira como uma renomada escultora. Ela achou um lar em River Hill, mas não tem nenhum desejo em tentar a sorte em um relacionamento. Só a ideia já a deixa com urticárias. O que faz o Irlandês sem raízes fincadas perfeito para um caso. E chocar sua mãe? Somente um bônus.

Mas quando aconchegantes noites de outono se transformam em preguiçosas manhãs de inverno, Naomi e Iain realizam que eles estão chegando perto do que nenhum deles quer: amor. MAs quando Naomi descobre que Iain não é tão sem raízes assim, ela terá uma difícil decisão a fazer. E quando os Brennans e os Kleins chegam em massa para coletar seus pródigos filhos, River Hill nunca mais será a mesma.


Irish whiskey royalty has no place in Northern California, but that isn’t going to stop Iain Brennan, the black sheep of Brennan Family Distillers, from giving it a shot. Wine Country is an unlikely place to launch a whiskey empire, but Iain’s just reckless enough to make it work. And being out from under the watchful eye of his disapproving father back home in Dublin? Even better.

Naomi Klein has spent the last ten years ignoring her society family as much as possible while building a career as a renowned sculptor. She’s found a home in River Hill, but has no interest in dipping her toes into the commitment pool. Just the idea of forever gives her hives. Which makes a rootless Irish wanderer the perfect fling. And shocking her mother? Just a bonus.

But as cozy autumn nights turn into lazy winter mornings, Naomi and Iain realize that they’re getting close to something neither of them wants: love. When Naomi discovers Iain’s not quite as rootless as he seems, she’ll have to make some tough decisions. And when the Brennans and the Kleins descend en masse to collect their prodigal children, River Hill may never be the same.

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“Thank you for doing this,” Iain said, the pad of his index finger tracing over the design Naomi had created for Whitman’s Revival. “To be honest, I wasn’t sure I’d hear from you again. You kind of ghosted me.”

He glanced up in time to catch her looking away guiltily. “Yeah, about that—”

“I’m not asking you to explain yourself. I get it. We had some fun, and now it’s time to move on.”

Naomi’s eyes came back around, the guilt replaced with what Iain thought looked a whole lot like contemplation. “Funny you should mention that.”

“Funny how?”

“I was thinking,” she said, her finger swirling a pattern on the table that separated them. “You’re leaving in two months, and it would be a shame if we didn’t spend that time … hanging out.” Her eyes bored into his, as if daring him to misunderstand.

His lips quirked up into a smirk. “Why, Miss Klein, are you asking me to fuck you senseless until I board a plane back to Ireland?”

She tossed him a wicked smile full of promise. “You have to admit; we’re pretty damn good at it.”

“The best,” he agreed.

He felt his chest sawing in and out as his breathing became deeper and more labored. Iain couldn’t remember the last time he’d felt such heady anticipation. Oh, wait, yes, he could. It was that night in San Francisco when he and Naomi had practically run from that dive bar to his hotel. He’d been so ready for her that he’d ripped her dress off before the door to his room had locked behind them.

“So, what do you say, Brennan? You want to spend the next sixty days seeing how many orgasms we can give each other?”

That was all the invitation Iain needed. Abruptly, he stood, his chair scraping over the black-and-white-checked linoleum and then crashing to the floor. He stalked around the fifties-style diner table and fisted his hands in Naomi’s hair. He bent at the waist and let his lips hover scant centimeters from her parted ones. He could feel the warmth of her breath mingling with his own. “What do you say we get started on that now?”

She licked her lips. “Yes, let’s.”



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About the Authors

Rebecca Norinne writes sexy romance from the heart. Her heroines are bold and headstrong, and her heroes will do anything for the ones they love.

When not banging away at the keyboard, she is watching rugby, enjoying a pint of craft beer, or traveling the globe in search of inspiration for her next book.

Originally from California, Rebecca currently resides in Dublin, Ireland, with her husband.

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Jamaila Brinkley writes historical romance with a hint of magic. Her Wizards of London series features thieves, duchesses, witches, and more indulging in mayhem and romance in Regency England. She is a member of the Romance Writers of America, and was a finalist in the Romance Through the Ages contest in 2015.

Jamaila came to romance as an avid reader of fantasy and science fiction, and found that her favorite historical romances seemed ripe for an injection of magic. Her favorite historical period is currently the Victorian era, and she’s never happier than when immersed in a multi-book family series.

Jamaila lives outside Baltimore, Maryland in a house that is perpetually under renovation with her husband and twin toddlers. You can find her blogging about romance, writing, parenting, cooking, and more on her website at, and posting pictures of her lunch on Twitter as @jamaila.


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