Rusty Nailed ( the cocktail series #2) by Alice Clayton

 Playing house was never so much fun—or so confusing. With her boss on an extended honeymoon, Caroline’s working crazy-long hours to keep the
interior design
company running—especially since she’s also the lead designer for the renovation of a gorgeous old hotel. And with Simon, her hotshot photographer boyfriend, gallivanting all over the world for his job, the couple is heavy-duty into "absence makes the heart grow fonder" mode. No complaints about the great reunion sex, though!

Then a trip back east to his childhood home has Simon questioning his nomadic lifestyle. He decides to be home more. A lot more. And he wants Caroline home more, too. Though their friends’ romantic lives provide plenty of welcome distraction, eventually Caroline and Simon have to sort out their relationship. Sure, more togetherness is a good thing—but does less traveling and working have to mean the other extreme? Apple pie and picket fences? With this second book in the Cocktail series, USA TODAY bestselling author Alice Clayton delivers another delicious, frothy confection of a book, shaking up her characters, stirring in laugh-out-loud humor, and serving sizzling romance straight up!

                                                             My opinion:
 The sizzling sequel to Wallbanger.
The prologue is about how Caroline and Simon spent their first Christmas as a couple. It continues describing how well their relationship is, what they do every time they are together and their trips. Caroline's boss asked her to be the leader on a new project  they might have since she had her plans for the wedding. Mimi now was engaged with Ryan but poor Sofia had broken up with Neil and she was a mess. Caroline took the job, she was excited about it. Jillian's wedding was simple but elegant. After the wedding Caroline was super busy but she had always have a little time for her wallbanger and her friends. Simon had his highschool reunion, he went with Caroline but he seemed to be very anxious. After that Simon changed, in a good way, he didn't travel much and he actually made plans to spend holidays with Caroline's family. After a few days Simon surprised Caroline by telling her that he wanted to buy a house and live with her. They bought it and she was gonna renovate it, but with her work and this new responsibility she was starting to freaking out. With lots of thinking and talking she solved that problem. She was happy with her wallbanger in their new house.

Can this book series be any better? It's as funny and hot as the first one was. In this book we can see how Caroline and Simon grow in this relationship. They are  having fun, they argue but mostly they love each other so much. We learn a few things about Simon's past, we meet some new fun characters. I loved that the epilogue was from Clive's view, it was adorable.

My favourite lines:
 1)    “I’m coming.”
    “Still? Damn, I’m good. We nished an hour ago . . .”


2)Not all men can handle the P-word. And boy, is that a mouthful. Ahem. Some say it all the time,
some use it in common conversation. But a good P-word is all about placement: when to say it, where
to say, how to say it. Dirty talk is an art. Do it too often, it becomes routine. Never do it, and you’re
missing something.

3)   Eh, sleep is overrated. Being turned over by a Wallbanger? Priceless.

4)Simon looked at Trevor in shock. “Dude?”
   Trevor nodded. “Dude.”
   Simon digested, then grinned wide. “Dude!”
   Take a lesson, girls: That’s how you communicate with someone you haven’t seen in ten years.


5)   “Let’s go say good-bye to the apostles,” I replied, making his brow furrow in confusion. “I feel like fucking the Homecoming King.”


6)“Nightie Girl, we should totally buy this fucking house,” he said, laughing when I shrieked

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                                                                         Rusty Nailed

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