MARTiNi Sunday: (Standalone Spinoff of Hookup Café) Kindle Edition
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She saved the best for the last of the Hook-Up Cafe series.
My head’s kind of spinning from all the twists and turns and revelations in this book, throw in a little bit of spice and some suspense and we have a cracker.
Vixen Dupree is hiding from her ex-husband way out in the desert town of Palm Springs and has taken over a bar that belonged to her best friend and Cafelicious owner Pansie’s parents. (See Hooked up Cafe book 1, MONDAY: Tall, Dark & Aromatic)
It’s a hot and trendy bar now and everyone wants to be there.
Sutton Beauclaire is her saviour, he came to Vixen’s rescue when her ex appeared at Vin’s D’Barn Bistro Grand opening on the Beauclaire Vineyard estate, he’s also Darla’s brother. (See (Hookup Café Book 6, SATURDAY: Light, Full-Bodied & Screwed) He followed her to Palm Springs to be her and her son, Dawson’s, bodyguard. He’s secretly in love with her, though, just as Vixen is with him.
There’s no angst between the characters in this one, just a lot of convoluted back story. It was kind of hard to figure out all the different people and what they were up to. I really liked the book despite that. Finding out who Dawson’s real father was and his connection to some of the people in Vixen’s old life was an eye-opener. I’m not going to reveal it here, you’ll just have to buy your own copy to find out. But, suffice it to say, the ending to this book and the entire series made me fist-pump for Vixen. Sorry to see this series go.
I’m actually a very good boy. Let me show you just how good I can be.”
“Mom, doesn’t she look like Cruella de Vil without the black part of her hair?” He had a point. “She’s evil like her too. She said no puppies just like…”
Martini Sunday was the final installment of the Hookup Café Series and featured a rather complicated plot, lots of secondary characters, and some suspense along with Ms. Flowers' unique humor and deliciously steamy love scenes. Vixen was a hot mess with a cute kid and no shortage of men trolling around her. Luckily for Sutton, she was only interested in his well-toned muscles and thoughtful personality, but she keeps him guessing and on his toes as her history was extremely sketchy and no one seemed to have all the pieces to this jagged puzzle until near the end. Even though I had previously read all the previous installments, I often felt a bit off-kilter and confused, however, I remained amused and entertained by the levity, breezy banter, and the sizzling sensual scenes; and then it all came together for me shortly before the epilogue. Ms. Flowers has a breezy writing style, although the storyline would most likely be difficult to follow without knowledge of the previous installments.
With the amount of amazing twists revelations I didn't expect, I felt like this was one whopper of a great book! Vixen is strong and bold, beautiful and a a great mom while Sutton can be a sexy alpha, a protective and caring man, and seems to know just what to say to make things better. OMG, This book was just DA BOMB!!
Martini Sunday was and is PERFECT! I knew Miss Flowers was going to bring her game...but she really..REALLY outdid herself with this story! If you haven't read the Hookup Cafe series, after reading this...you will NO DOUBT want to! I give Martini Sunday an AMAZINGLY SEDUCTIVE FIVE SHOOTING STARS!
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Vixen and Sutton were two characters who had such a unique and intriguing chemistry.Read more