Published by Createspace Independent Pub on November 20, 2013
Genres: contemporary, Humorous, New Adult, Romance, Romantic Comedy
Source: ecopy from Author
*New Adult Romance mixed with humor and garnished with a twist*
Finding the perfect guy is like mixing the perfect drink. It's all about the taste and presentation.
Faced with a pile of med school rejection letters and no plan B, I took a job tending bar in a beach town while living with two male roommates. All of that would have been fine if I'd had a clue what to do with my life or if my love life wasn't just as pathetic as my career path. But in the end I figured one of those things out—and I also discovered his perfect drink.
This story surprised me. I thought I had it figured out but the ending took me completely by surprise. The romance was rocky and bumpy, but it was one heck of a journey. These characters were flawed and oh so real. There were things that annoyed me about them and things that I loved about them. No Mary-sues here!
Maddy is super cute. When the book started, I honestly had no idea what direction it was going to take as far as the romance. Maddy ends up going out with a couple of different guys and I changed my opinions on all of them more than once. I loved how Maddy tried to read people by figuring out what their perfect drink was. It was a cute recurring theme throughout the story.
Neither Maddy nor Colin were perfect, and I had my ups and downs with both of them individually as well as a couple. But Colin won me over in the end. Maddy did as well. This book took me all over the place. It was cute. It was sexy. It was frustrating. It was surprising. Overall, it was a very enjoyable read. Much like I was thrown in the dating trenches all over again. I had a blast reading it. One of my favorite characters from this book was Colin’s sister, Carly. So I know I am going to really enjoy the next book, which is her story. This is a fun new adult series centered around an oceanfront town.
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