Sultry with a Twist
When Mae-June July Augustine hightailed it out of Sultry Springs, Texas, with her heart in pieces, she swore she'd never return. But nine years later, one thing stands between June and her dream of opening an upscale martini bar: a month of community service under the supervision of the... show more
When Mae-June July Augustine hightailed it out of Sultry Springs, Texas, with her heart in pieces, she swore she'd never return. But nine years later, one thing stands between June and her dream of opening an upscale martini bar: a month of community service under the supervision of the devilishly sexy Luke Gallagher, her first love and ex-best friend. As lust turns to love, June must decide where she belongs: in the glorious anonymity of Austin or back in Sultry Springs with the man who intoxicates her like no other.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 1st 2012
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 314
Edition language: English
Series: Sultry Springs (#1)
Who in their right mind names their main character "Mae-June July Augustine"...? I honestly think naming her "Mary Sue" would have been less ironic.
I enjoyed this contemporary romance about rekindling a high school romance nine years later. I liked how the characters matured during the relationship but I thought the hero carried out his stubbornness from feeling worthless for too long. June must serve a month community service in her hometown...
What a wonderful book about second chances and forgiveness. I think this one is my favorite of the series. I just loved Luke and June. What June did for Luke in the end was so sweet. I also loved the little reveal at the end from Judge Bea. The characters in the town are wonderful. There are als...
So glad that I finally took the time to sit and start reading this series. Pretty damn good from start to finish.Full review to come.
This book is a great read! For those of us that know what its like to leave home or come home again we discover some things are not so easily left behind. Both good and bad. The humor and the personality of Macy's characters is fantastic!