It was supposed to be fun.
A mutual use of each other's bodies.
To be a ruse to the world around us.
I wanted to be free from my ex, and he wanted to escape his.
One drunken night turned a joke into a life-changing moment.
He warned me not to fall for him, and I should've listened.
He intoxicated me.
He made me crave him.
He ruined me.
In the end, I'll never be the same.
4 Star Review by Ashley
The return to Hope Town is the book I've been needing and to get it from one of my favorites was just the icing on the cake. Drunk on You is the Harper Sloan that I love to read. It was sexy(like super duper with a victory lap sexy), funny to the point of tears, a touch dramatic and full of feels.
It all started with one a sinfully sexy dance mixed with a night of drunken bravery...Both Nikki and Shane have a past they can't seem to let them go. Though they've been attracted to the other for years but past relationships and their mutual friends have kept them apart. Fed up with exes that can't seem to take a hint, they devise a ruse. You know what they say about best laid plans...
I really liked the progression of Shane and Nikki's "relationship". It was so fun getting to know and fall for them. For as broody and in control and Shane was, he also had a soft side that only Nikki could bring out in him. And Nikki, that woman was incredible. Confident, kind and unlike anyone Shane had ever met. Hard as they tried, they couldn't turn off the very real feelings that developed as a result of their "fake" coupling. However, when the feelings got deeper than either was expecting, things got muddles and some bad judgement calls were made.
I can't say too much more without giving away all the honey but I will say this, Harper Sloan is back! I absolutely devoured Shane and Nikki's story. And the French...gah! Who doesn't love a man who can talk dirty in more than one language! Drunk on Love had me smiling and swooning in equal measure. I absolutely can not wait for the next installment of this series...one of the Cage boys!!!!
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