Last Call by Alice Clayton

A couple of years ago I came across a book called Wallbanger, I loved it so much I was telling all my book buddies to read this book. It was a laugh out loud romantic comedy. I loved it. I wanted every one I knew to love it. Then came the other books in the Cocktail series. They were good, I still loved Wallbanger the best. Rusty Nailed, the sequel to Wallbanger was just OK. When I read there would be a short end to the Wallbanger story, I did not put it on the top of my MUST READ list.

After reading the rest of the books in the Cocktail series I was ready to put them to rest. There really can be too much of a good this. With Last Call it was the perfect end. If there are more books in the Cocktail series this will have really served as my Last Call. It was a great wrap up to a good series.

Simon and Caroline are back for another round of baking, banging, and big life changes. Settling in, but never settling down, Caroline has finally struck a balance between the professional and the personal. As one of the top interior designers in San Francisco, she travels all over Northern California between nook time with Simon.

Perpetual globetrotter Simon has cut his frequent flyer miles in half over the last year, preferring to balance his professional and personal life, as well.

The next step in their lives seems preordained—toasts, veils, and the aisle of rose petals. But when an accident on a photo shoot in Southeast Asia brings Caroline the most terrifying phone call she could ever imagine, she has to ask whether “till death do us part” is a more realistic prospect than faces most couples.

It’s been a grand adventure, and Caroline and Simon wouldn’t go out without the best surprise ending ever. One part sexy, one part laughter, a dash of exotic locales, and one pink nightie, mixed with passion, and you’ve got Last Call.Served with a side of Clive.

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