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The nice thing with having a gay friend is that they love hugs and kisses from just about everyone - and you don't have to worry about them feeling you up like a testosterone-fueled teenager.
George must've been dredged from the bottom of their combined gene pool.
No, I don't cry in my beer, folks. That'd mess up the taste.
I'm a thirty-something divorcee with two kids. If that's not enough to send a man running home in terror, I've got stretch marks to rival a roadmap, a butt that screams mom-jeans no matter what brand I wear, and boobs already well into a permanent southerly migration. At this rate, you might as well put me out to pasture or send me off to the glue factory.
Think Before You Speak is yet another sparkling Bartending Babe story from D. A. Bale, who is my new favorite author. This gal has mad skills and has been found treasure for me this week. I adore her clever and vibrant characters and dynamic and amusing writing style. This story held my attention throughout and also had a bit of frisky business with Vicki pondering her relationship choices, new and old, and among several potentials.
My beloved and beleaguered favorite bartender was experiencing another chaotic and eventful period in her life, which began with a friend seeking her assistance in solving an extremely vexing issue that would expose his past and threaten his livelihood. Vicki's take-no-prisoners confidence and well-meaning blundering were endlessly entertaining, although while second guessing her rashness, she miraculously finds clues, ideas, and assistance from unexpected sources along the way. Her startling experiences in the midst of solving this new mystery brings about a humorous self-appraisal and personal accounting, something she has typically avoided in the past in favor of seeking out more pleasant pursuits and distractions. Vicki is growing up! Meanwhile, she deals with blackmail, more snide mean girl and elitist behavior, gang members, shootings - of guns and fashion, new and old relationship issues, and all while reconsidering her career choice and family concerns. Vicki's life is just so eventful and exciting - I am chartreuse with envy! I am hopelessly addicted to this new series and eager to see what she stumbles into next.
Vicki is back after her harrowing time helping to solve the last mystery surrounding her old flame Bobby. With that over and her apartment almost complete after being destroyed, Vicki is ready to get back to how things were. Apparently five weeks of sleeping on Zeke’s couch will do that to a girl. Having her freedom back will give her all the time she needs to recuperate and figure out where she wants to take things from here.
That is until her eventful run in with her mom’s interior decorator. It seems that Reggie has a few skeleton’s in his closet and someone is using that ill-gained knowledge for blackmail. Vicki has known Reggie for most of her life and cannot be idle while someone is trying to ruin his life. I thought the whole twist with Reggie’s secret life was interesting. I also enjoyed how he wanted to engage in catching the culprit as well. It was funny because he was so inept at his cloak and dagger ways.
I thought Vicki’s character had great growth from the first book to this one. She is still a party girl but she is starting to mature in her own ways. She has started wanting more for herself. Although she may not be ready to settle down, at least she is realizing that she wants more in a relationship than just sex. Although, I think that her choice by the end of this book was just the wrong one!
Which leads me to my “Whhhhhhyyyyyyyy?????” moment. Why not Zeke?? I need to read the next book in this series just to see if Vicki gets her head out of the clouds long enough to realize that she needs to give Zeke another chance! I just cannot believe that she is going to pass him up?! Their relationship ended because of a misconstrued moment. Can’t her character realize this and see that he is the perfect guy. The ending just killed me because it was just so wrong. Bleh! Even if there are no teams I am making one and calling it Team Zeke. Anyhow, another great story and I highly recommend this book.
This review is based on a complimentary book I received from Author, D.A. Bale. It is an honest and voluntary review. The complimentary receipt of it in no way affected my review or rating.