Book Judging: Tipsy

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Tipsy_ebooksmTipsy is a stand alone Take It Off novel written by Cambria Herbert.

Synopsis:

Alcohol isn’t the only thing that can make a girl tipsy.
  Julie Preston is an artist. But her canvas isn’t paper or clay. It’s hair. She spends her days coloring, blow drying and styling her clients hair at the Razor’s Edge salon. Julie is also annoyed. She went out on a date and had a great time, gave the guy her number and the jerk never called.

So when he waltzes into the salon and sits down in her chair she briefly considers strangling him with the pink cape she fastens around his neck.

Too bad she can’t.

Blue Markson, the guy who never called, is a police officer so causing him bodily harm would be a first class ticket into the slammer. Just looking at him again makes Julie forget why she was mad in the first place, but she’s already learned that Blue is nothing but heartache. So when he starts coming around, acting like he hadn’t made her stare at the phone for days, she tries to brush him off.

Only…

Her life is about to blow up in her face, she’s about to get caught up in a sticky web of crime and the one guy who can help her is the one guy she vowed never to trust again

 

Book Review:

Okay, so I first bought this book on a whim (I was bored on amazon and liked the cover art……no joke) but as soon as I started reading, I was hooked. Tipsy is suspenseful and lustful and action packed with twists and turns. Will Blue ever finally have a chance with Julie, or will the job he loves stand in their way? Cambria Herbert does and amazing job with both of the main characters and manages to surprise her readers until the very last page.

Is instant attraction enough for Julie to keep waiting? And if she waits, will she always come second to the job? Can her heart even handle that? All this runs through her head, but one thing is definite, Blue makes her tipsy and begging for more.

This is a must read!! 10 out of 10!

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