There are only two rules:
1. Don't get too close.
2. Don't fall in love.
Correction: Don't ever fall in love. I don't need the baggage of relationships. Life should be simple, easy, uncomplicated.
The problem I'm faced with is, if I really believe life should be that easy, that uncomplicated, and that simple, then why am I still thinking about a woman I met on a random Monday at the bar? A girl who was never a Gimlet, and always a Paloma. Yep, I called it all wrong last night and I'm starting to wonder if my heart will pay the price.
I might have broken rule number one, but rule number two remains firmly intact. For now. Sort of. Okay, maybe rule two hasn't been broken, but it's definitely been bent.
****STANDALONE ROMANCE that will have swooning and laughing****
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Received an ARC at no cost to author.. We meet Hardy, a manho bartender, and man does he do his best to live up to that. Then we meet Virginia the virgin. Now I normally do not enjoy stories where the main male character had been with female character's friend, that is just not for me I like loyalty, however in this story it worked because they really didn't have a relationship so I went with it. I liked that Hardy changed his screwinganythingthatwalks stance when he started with Virginia, had he not then I would have stopped reading. But let me tell you, that I enjoyed truly enjoyed, you will crack up a lot of times..Read my friends and as always Enjoy!