Bourbon Sins (Bourbon #1) by Meghan Quinn
On the streets of New Orleans, sins are committed every night.
My name is Jett Colby and I save tarnished souls.
In the downtown, under the glittery lights of Bourbon Street, I found her in cheap lingerie, flaunting her body for callous men and money.
From the lace of her cheap lingerie, to her garter belt, I knew she had to be saved.
She had to be mine.
Broke and destitute with no way of out, she had no choice but to come to me and into my club.
She had no other choice but to become a Jett Girl.
But see, that’s the thing about this city; you might think that under the dazzling lights and illusion of salvation, she’s the one that needed saving.
When the glitter fades and the dirt is washed away, the one worth saving just might be me.
I haven’t read the original Bourbon series so I wasn’t sure what to expect. With Meghan Quinn, I have learned you can’t really go wrong when it comes to her stories.
I liked Jett Colby. He was truly coming from a good place. Do I agree with the business he ran, nope but I admire him for helping those who needed it, in all aspects.
Jett is clearly a man who gets what he wants when he wants. When he lays eyes on Goldie. He sees nothing but her and I love that she literally sweeps him off his feet.
Goldie hasn’t had the easiest life. She is struggling to make ends meet. So when she is given the opportunity to become a Jett Girl- she doesn’t jump at the chance. She fought it, thought it was creepy as hell.
Jett is stunned. No one has ever turned him down. Jett Colby, you have no idea the ride you are about to go on.
Goldie is spunky, honest and absurd and not Jett girl material at all. I loved every moment of her and I loved how she challenged everyone and everything at every turn. She worked hard to become a Jett girl and worked even harder to have her chance with Mr. Colby himself.
Goldie and Jett have an interesting relationship. I loved every second of their journey and the challenges they faced with themselves and with each other. I look forward to seeing how things unfold.