I was a big fan Wallbanger by Alice Clayton, I had a couple of my book buddies read it because It was good. When I read Rusty Nailed I was some what disappointed, I felt that book just dragged. Then came Screwdrivered and all was well again. Mai Tai’d Up was really cute. I was a little bit hesitant to read it, I didn’t know if Clayton would be able to keep it interesting (still burned from Rusty Nailed ) I really liked it. The story didn’t drag, it was lots of cute with lots of nice. Do I want to read the last installment which is going back to the main characters…I don’t know… remember still burnt from Rusty Nailed. Can you tell I didn’t like that one?
The gossip mill in the seaside community of Monterey is churning about Chloe Patterson, the newcomer who is starting a sanctuary for rescued pit bulls. It’s rumored that she’s a former beauty queen (true) who ditched her fiancé the morning of their wedding (also true). And that while she’s not looking for a new man, the good-looking local veterinarian has his eye on her. Absolutely, positively true.
When Lucas Campbell isn’t at the family veterinary clinic, he’s paddle boarding in Monterey Bay. Recently single, he’s definitely not in the market for a new relationship, but he still can’t resist taking a second, third, and fourth look at the recent arrival of Miss Golden State.
Neither Lucas nor Chloe has any interest in being tied down. Being tied up, however—now there’s a thought. But are a few Mai Tais, a moonlit night, and the music of Frank Sinatra enough to allow them both to forget their past? Let’s hope Ol’ Blue Eyes knows what he’s doing.
Mix one part tiki, one part kinky, and a splash of old black magic matchmaking, and it’s time to be . . . Mai Tai’d Up.