Release Date: May 28, 2019
At least I didn’t take much time to plan it. It was more of a spur of the
moment kidnapping. Does that count?
One minute, the town’s bad boy is standing at the altar about to marry the
world’s most evil kindergarten teacher. The next, he’s passed out in my Vespa
sidecar with his bride hot on our tail.
But I didn’t have a choice! I couldn’t stand by and watch Jace O’Dell be
blackmailed into a loveless marriage. And besides, what’s a little kidnapping
Okay, so maybe we’re not just friends…
And maybe I can’t quit thinking about that night at his bar when he closed up
early and had me on the rocks.
And maybe this crazy stunt is going to blow up in both of our faces.
If it does, I’m blaming the moonshine.
Even though the only thing I’m hammered on when it comes to Jace is
love—straight up, no chaser.
Olivia is known as the town hippie – she believes in auras and the healing powers of crystals and herbs. She also rescues lost things – and animals. She and Jace have been friends who flirt for a long time, and when Jace and his on-again-off-again girlfriend Ginger are definitely off, they hook up in his bar. Unfortunately for Olivia, Ginger turns up again pregnant with Jace’s baby, and decides to work it out with her for the sake of the baby. Being Happy Cat, Georgia, shenanigans ensue. Many shenanigans. The raccoon George Cooney is now joined by Chewpaca the alpaca and Princess the hedgehog. Jace and Olivia are so good together, too.
Like the first book in this series, Hosed, we have an eclectic cast of characters who have a lot of heart. Happy Cat is small town life at its best. Don’t worry, though, if you haven’t read Hosed (and why not??) the books are standalones and you won’t be lost if you read Hammered first.
escape into sexy, funny stories way more than she likes perpetually cleaning
toothpaste out of sinks and off toilet handles. When she’s not reading,
writing, sleeping, or trying to prepare her adorable demon spawn to be
productive members of society, she’s fantasizing about chocolate chip cookies.
dinner at midnight with French men who couldn’t be trusted to keep their mouths
on their food, and walked alone through Munich’s red light district after dark
and lived to tell the tale.
water and thinking delightfully dirty thoughts.
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