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Vodka on the Rocks

(Uncertain Saints MC #3)

4.31  ·  Rating details ·  3,989 ratings  ·  234 reviews
There are rules to life that one just obeys in order in her attempt stay on the right path. For example:

1. You don’t wear dirty panties out of the house. You just never know who’s going to see them.

2. A lady must always have chocolate at the ready—just in case the world as she knows it comes to an end.

3. You don’t egg on a drunk woman who’s pissed off at life.
Why, you ask?
Published July 6th 2016 by Dixie Wardens
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Jun 29, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Just when I thought I couldn't love the uncertain saints anymore, along comes Casten! These books are by far one of my favourite series ever. I love the characters and the story lines. Big broody men and equally strong women. Five star read!
Gi's Spot Reviews
4 'Unavoidable Love' Stars

Casten's life revolves around his MC and his businesses. A woman is not part of the equation, not does he desire it to be, so when he mets Tasha, and is instantly attracted to the brunette he tries his best to avoid his feelings and specially not showing them to her.

And each time I saw her, it became harder and harder to resist her.
But I would.
Because I couldn’t have a woman.
Women and I didn’t mix.

Tasha may seem like a carefree ball of energy, with her large number of
*****4 wishy washy stars *******

This was a hard book to rate. One chapter I loved the couple, the next I wanted to push them into a mud puddle.

Casten has been keeping Tasha at arms length since he met her. Even though he knows she likes him, he will not let on that he cares for her as well. He doesn't feel he has the time for a relationship like she deserves.

In my opinion, Casten acted like a jerk for nearly the first half of the book. However, in true LLV fashion, he was faithful and once
Casten Red doesn't do relationships, he has enough responsibilities as it is and having a woman that would demand his time is just not something he is interested in. He will begrudgingly admit that he is mildly attracted to Tasha, but she has been acquaintance zoned as far has he is concerned.

Tasha has a crush on Casten, but she is well aware it will never go anywhere. When it becomes apparant she has a stalker though she is shockingly surprised to find Casten giving her a room in his house and
Neringa Neringiukas
This story was going great. But then... This is a third time in a row in this series, when H breaks up/push away his girl thinking it will be for better. What the heck is with this pushing away thing? I don't get it. Why make the same pattern again and again in the same series? I have my doubts reading next book, even if I'm tempted. I enjoy Lani books. I'm not sure what's up with this series.
And the sh¡t Casten say to break up with Tasha... Its not okay. And the reason he gave for it was stupi
Pam Nelson
Feb 22, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
4 Vodka on the Rocks Stars

I am soo happy I got the chance to listen to this series in audio, if you’re thinking of it and still on the fence JUMP! I promise you, that you won’t regret it.

Tasha is Annie’s sister from book 2 and I was very intrigued. You saw when she got an eyeful of Casten in that book but he wouldn’t budge.
So when I started listening to this book I fist pumped the air another good man bites the dust.. IN A GOOD WAY! Ha ha!

You get the feeling Tasha is harboring some pretty dee
Megan Fall
Jul 13, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: bikers-mc
Another amazing book. I loved Casten and his broody moods. I especially loved the epilogue where she wore her wedding dress every year! That was fabulous!
Libby Harrison

Beware of Spoilers!

Star Ratings:
Heroine (Tasha): 4/5
Hero (Casten): 4/5
Plot: 4/5
Grovel: needed more grovel action
Cheating: none
HEA: yes with a perfect epilogue
Triggers: none

Average score: 4/5

Best Line: “Suicide wasn’t the answer, no matter what your problem.”

Worst Line: “Sure, I’d asked her out to the wedding, but I didn’t want her to think that we were going as anything other than friends.” – what a clueless asshole!

Personal Review:
This was a good biker
XxTainaxX Curvy and Nerdy
Holy wish-washy, Batman. He pushed when the sign said pull and pulled when it said push. Ugh. Men.
Tpagirl Loves Romance
Vodka on the Rocks was the third book in the Uncertain Saints MC series by Lani Lynn Vale.

Tasha was the sister to Annie from book two, Jack and Coke. She was attracted to Casten from day one but Casten always treated her as if he didn’t like her so she stayed away.

Casten was a patched MC member. He noticed Tasha every time she visited Annie, but he wasn’t into relationships and knew she could be trouble. Casten was former military and had to retire when he was injured in the war. He loved his fa
Jun 17, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Vodka On The Rocks (Uncertain Saint’s MC #3)
Lani Lynn Vale
5 stars

OMG! This is what I have been waiting for .. along with all the other books in her series but hey … A girl needs what she needs. Casten Red and Tasha Gonzales; Annie’s sister whom we met in Jack and Coke along with Mig – her man. However that’s only book 2 in this series. You need to also pick up Whiskey Neat which is Griffin Storm’s book.

We knew that something was brewing between Casten and Tasha in Jack and Coke but we weren’t s
Red Cheeks Reads
Vodka on the Rocks is the third book in Lani Lynn Vale’s Uncertain Saints MC series. I really love what she’s doing in this series–it’s everything I love about her writing in an edgier and grittier package. She’s taken some risks in this series, and I’ve loved it. It’s exciting to watch her experiment and grow as an author.
The main characters in this book, Casten and Tasha, are perhaps the quirkiest that she has ever written, and that’s really saying something! Casten is a member of the Uncertai
Apr 09, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

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May 14, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: audio-book
Loved it!
Ruth Kamau
Honestly, the last few chapters were too rushed to do the rest of the book any justice.
This review was originally posted at my website, Leona Woolfolk
With each Lani Lynn Vale story, other than the almost always guaranteed off the wall humor, I don't know what to expect. Luckily, Vodka on the Rocks by Lani Lynn Vale was no different.

For some reason I want to say that Vodka on the Rocks was a friends to lovers story, but as I think about it, Casten and Tasha had a healthy dislike for one another (which was a smoke screen for their growing attraction). But, again as I am thin
May 05, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Lani Lynn Vale’s Uncertain Saint’s MC series is unique in the fact that its members are all on the right side of the law…now don’t get me wrong, these bikers aren’t afraid to bend the rules and do what’s necessary in order to get the job done, but they work around the law, not completely against it.

Casten Red might be the “resident bad boy” for the Uncertain Saints, but it’s only because he makes it incredibly difficult to read his expressions and he remains unaffected, at least visibly, so that
Elysian Fields
Humm... while this was a quick and light read it really didn't hit my expectations from the blurb. I thought this was an MC story and while the club, cuts and motorcycles were mentioned; the men could have easily been in any other job and the story would not gave chsnged.

The characters were funny and well developed and the plot was decent. I thought this was a standalone and while I could follow the story line well enough; there were too many details missing. Like what was Casten's job both in
Shan ~A~
I liked Tasha a lot, but I found Castien to be a bit of a douche.

I totally understand not wanting to give a woman the wrong impression, but the way he went about it was the definition of douche canoe. He was still an ass after he realized that he wanted her to be his woman.

Then to use something similar to her past relationship to get her to back off was just appalling. I don't care if it was for her own good. It was just awful.

I had high hopes that she would make him grovel, but alas it didn'
Lu Bielefeld
May 06, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Eu comecei a ler quando foi lançado e acabei parando... não estava conectando com a história e como é uma das minhas autoras favoritas eu parei a leitura e resolvi deixar para outro momento.
Realmente foi uma boa opção e acabei amando a leitura.
Série muito boa! Recomendo!
I started reading when it was released and I didn't I kept reading. I wasn't connecting with the story and how she's one of my favorite authors, I stopped reading and decided to leave for another time.
It really was a goo
Jul 14, 2016 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: contemporary

Complete nonsense and kind of a waste of time. The author tried to build tension by including tons of drama but the whole thing fell flat. There were emergency appendectomies, gun shot wounds, stalkers, back-from-the-dead ex-boyfriends, fist fights, house fires, hurt pets, miscarriages, old IED wounds, break-ins, mistaken identity courtesy of an identical twin brother, and a sister with baby momma drama. And yet, despite all of the above, I yawned through the whole thing.

Tabatha Reed
May 01, 2020 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Yet another bullshit I’m breaking up with you for your own good in this book. These uncertain saints are losers. Alpha males take what they want. There is nothing uncertain about them. This series has been one long disappointment.
Jun 07, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I loved it! When Casten finally took his head out of his ass he was perfect *.*
Carrie Bringhurst
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Apr 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I am reading this Series. I think that these two are my favorite couple. Tasha and Casten. I love the storyline here. I guess be cause he was former military. Texas as the setting is also a plus.
Another great read in this series
The story was a quick read with an ending that needed to be fleshed out a lot more.

Bottom line, the plot felt incomplete but wasn’t engaging enough for me to even care. Meh.
Mar 19, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

Tasha and Casten are soooo much fun together...I loved loved loved this story..even if it had some danger...and I was heart broke when the dog got hurt....and there were several bumps in the road...Tasha and Casten are meant to be..and I loved how the ending showed us them happy and with babies!!!! Loving this series!! On to book 4!!!
4.5 stars! Loved it. It's as if this series is just getting better and better :) cannot wait for the next book.

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