Thanks to Tantor for an advance copy of this audio in exchange for an honest review.
Red Hot Nights is the second book in Rebel Moonshine series. This book could be a stand alone, but the first book gives the reader an account of the past in Rebel, Texas. The quarrel between the Saywers and the Tuckers is still strong, and the city is divided. This reader found the quarrel lasted over decades for a simple argument of who had the best moonshine.
Brandy Tucker has always been known as the wild child in Rebel. However, this could not be further than the truth. We find that Brandy simply allowed the city to think that she was on the wild side, and now she wants to show Rebel, Texas that she can be a successful business owner. Brandy and Tyler always see each other when he returns to Rebel. Tyler wants to steer clear of the small town, but he is back after two years looking for his missing brother. The two got together and sparks flew. The only problem with their “relationship” stems from Tyler having Sawyer in his blood.
While this reader enjoyed the banter between Brandy and Tyler as well as the supporting characters, something was missing. We still have not determined what or who exactly killed the Tyler girls grandfather. Perhaps, this will be revealed in book three. I also felt that the decade feud between the Tylers and the Sawyers was a bit too long, especially if the feud was over moonshine.