Victoria Alonso, or "Vic" for short, was the funniest, most confident and loyal Puerto Rican babe in Westchester County. That was her public persona, anyway, and everyone loved her.
Mia James, Vic's best friend since kindergarten, was a beautiful blond bombshell. No problem there until the day Mia introduced Vic to Max Cole. He sat on that Harley, looking hotter than any living, breathing man had a right to, with a dimpled grin and windswept wild-child hair. Vic wasn't in the market for a man, but there he sat anyway. He was delicious eye candy and made her legs wobble like lime Jell-O. Vic fell for him hard, but couldn't ignore the fact that Mia had had a brief but tempestuous affair with Max.
Vic hid her insecurities well under her tough-girl façade. Her hair was frizzy, and her butt was too big—she knew that competing with the gorgeous, perfect Mia would be next to impossible. Through heartache, crazy antics, laughter, and Merlot, Vic searched for her own truth. Letting go of her insecurities would show her how to love Max, Mia, and even herself.
Insecurity and a Bottle of Merlot is the second romantic comedy novel in this contemporary romance series. Like Sisters is a laugh out loud series of best friends, hot guys and the right amount of steam to have you anxiously waiting for the next book.
Note: There are no cliffhangers in this series, but since the characters carry over, the books are best read in sequence.
Like Sisters Contemporary Romance Series:
PAYBACK AND A BOTTLE OF MERLOT
INSECURITY AND A BOTTLE OF MERLOT
DESTINY AND A BOTTLE OF MERLOT
INTRIGUE AND A BOTTLE OF MERLOT
DESIRE AND A BOTTLE OF MERLOT