Nicole McLaughlin’s contemporary romance series Whiskey and Weddings features a group of irresistible alpha males who operate a distillery in Kansas City. When the venue becomes a hot spot for nuptials, the three men soon find themselves working as wedding planners. At the center of this sexy and heartwarming story about second chances is down-on-her-luck Jen Mackenzie and the man who’s secretly harbored a crush on her since high school, T.J. Laughlin. “A wonderfully fresh voice in contemporary romance—sweet, sexy, and immensely satisfying.” – Lauren Layne, New York Times bestselling author on book one, Maybe I Do.
Nicole McLaughlin wrote her first full length book (6 pages) about the birth of her baby sister, when she was eight years old. She only finished it because her mother bribed her with a Rick Astley cassette tape. Sad, but true. Now her characters are what keep her writing and her subject matter has gotten a little bit deeper and a lot more romantic. She resides in a small town outside of Kansas City with her husband and three sons. When she isn’t writing, she’s a wedding and portrait photographer, loves to cook, and watch historical dramas or documentaries. She is the author of the Man Enough novel All I Ask and the Whiskey and Wedding series.