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Management consultant Natalie is on a business trip to California when she meets Johnny. A skilled bartender, Johnny is famous among the locals for his mixological skills, and he's reigned supreme as the king of the Martini Contest. That is, until last year, when Rita stole his crown... With so few opportunities to admire an elegantly suited woman, Johnny is mesmerized by Natalie and asks her on a date. Natalie finds herself equally attracted to the keenly perceptive Johnny. Meanwhile, Rita is worrying about the future of her relationship with Ben...
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- Yes, well done. 5
- JAB 08/06/2018
I really liked this one a lot because of the balance we got from not having one but two couples in the harlequin. There was no side or things, it was two couples in relationships that felt relatable as well as refreshing. There are some similarities like the heroines are two women who are put to through tests by their male counterpart (one being about money and the other being about trust). The heroes are men who are taking a gamble on love because they want more in the relationship. The bartender hero wants the heroine to be with him but isn't sure if she would still be the same if she knew that he was rich in land and the CEO of construction company has been burned once by love but wants more from his late night visits from the heroine like morning coffee and walks on the beach. I loved how these four are all connected and even help give advice to one another in their relationship obstacles. Another thing that I liked how well paced it because I didn't feel rushed or bored with reading how the plot went. It was really just an enjoyable read for me.
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