Review of Mai Tai’d Up (Cocktail #4) by Alice Clayton

Mai Tai’d Up (Cocktail #4)  by Alice Clayton

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Review: I loved this book, even though I thought It could never be as good as Wallbanger or the other books before it in the series. Its not, but it is still a really good book, and I mean what book can compare to Wallbanger?

The characters are great and funny and we even get characters from past books re-appearing again. The plot was a good one too, you get to learn all about Pit bulls. Which makes for a great story!

The book overall was fun and even funnier to read and enjoy!

5 out of 5 stars.

272 pages. Paperback.

New Adult. Mature Themes. Mature Content. Romance. Contemporary. Humor.

Published by Gallery Books.

Summary: Looking for the perfect mix of smart, sexy, and sassy? Mai Tai’d Up continues USA TODAY bestselling author Alice Clayton’s Cocktail series, which began with Wallbanger and continued with Rusty Nailed and Screwdrivered.

Eligible bachelor Lucas Campbell is very available, but very picky. A veterinarian in Monterey, California, his life is perfect: he works, he sails, he loves the ocean and the mountains—so why rock the boat? Then Miss Chloe Patterson comes along.

Chloe has the body of a supermodel, the mouth of a sailor, and the fashion sense of teenage guy in 1990s Seattle. A former Miss California, she walked away from a cushy life, bought an old ranch outside Monterey, and turned it into Our Gang, a sanctuary for rescued and abandoned pit bulls. A woman who’s clearly not afraid of dog poop, she enjoys rehabilitating her “warrior angels.”

Local gossip reports that she ditched her fiancé the night before their wedding (true), and that she moved up north to start a new life (also true). She didn’t want to be tied down (true), but she wouldn’t mind being tied up—especially by that hot vet she’s seen around town a few times (true, true, and have-you-seen-his-butt?-true).

But is Chloe ready to date again? And is Lucas ready to take on not only Chloe, but forty pit bulls? One moonlit sail, two bottles of wine, and a few sailor knots might just do the trick.-Summary from GoodReads.com

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