It’s not often that I watch a show from its inception or manage to keep up with it. I’m late to just about every ship party out there (can we say, Buffy, Bones, Vampire Diaries, and Veronica Mars, just to name a few.) but I stumbled upon Whiskey Cavalier this season, and I’m in love with it (and Scott Foley.) It’s a spy show that doesn’t take itself too seriously and I love the banter between all the characters. I get that I should ship Will and Frankie, and I do. I mean an emotional, caring Scott Foley is nothing short of “take me now,” but the couple I’m really rooting for is Jai and Susan (#JaiSu). They may not be destined for each other…yet, but I swear these two are so freaking adorable and fiery that if they are not endgame, I may cry. (Plus, Vir Das is just *fans self*)
My case for Team #JaiSu:
They clean up nice.
They support one another.
She understands him and pushes him to do better.
She calls him on his BS.
He secretly loves her Suzie Sunshine approach.
They share similar viewpoints (and are always sitting near one another.)
And finally, and perhaps most importantly…
He saved her life.
I have everything crossed that this show gets a second season. Have you seen Whiskey Cavalier?
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Three years ago, artist Emily White’s grief and survivor’s guilt sent her to the small Wyoming town of Fly Creek. Since then, she’s kept her emotions safely tucked away—until she meets the new rancher at Sky Lake Dude Ranch. Stetson in hand, the gorgeous cowboy’s arrival in her store immediately shakes up her world.
Adam Conley is only in Fly Creek for as long as it takes to fulfill his promise to his late cousin. The small town brings up too many memories of the life he left behind years ago. He knows his task won’t be easy, but the last thing he expects is the instant attraction to the reason he’s in town. Emily is beautiful, vibrant, and completely off-limits. He’s there to keep his promise—not fall in love.
Contemporary romance author, Jennifer Hoopes, lives in a small town in Pennsylvania with her husband, and two daughters. Stories have been in her head for as long as she recognized every person had one and figuring out how two people meet and fall in love makes for a rewarding dream job. When not writing she wears the many mom hats of PTO, dance, and music, all while driving a mean, mom-taxi. She loves caramel and roller coasters, plays a solo version of Carpool Karaoke, and cannot live without coffee and Jane Austen adaptations.
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