Cori Ross is thanking her lucky stars. Sure, her long-time boyfriend just dumped her, but that’s a good thing. In her rush to find Mr. Right, she realizes she almost settled for Mr. Just Okay. And that’s definitely not okay. So, tonight, she’s out with her friends at the Breakup Bash—a private party for women celebrating their break-ups—and she’s actually celebrating. Still, it was too close a call. So she makes a deal with herself—no guys for six months.
Unfortunately, just as she’s leaving the club, she runs into her old boyfriend, Grey Latham—the guy she’d always wanted to be Mr. Right. Great. What a time to swear off guys. Maybe she needs to change the deal—no relationships for six months. There’s no reason why she can’t have a fling, right? Because Grey still holds the title of the best sex she’s ever had.
There’s no way this could go wrong. Grey is on his way to international DJ fame—he’s only in town for a short time, and then he’ll be gone again. No harm in burning up the sheets while it lasts.
Too bad neither expected what happened next…
Each book in the Breakup Bash series is STANDALONE:
* The First Rule of Hook-Ups
* Rules of a Rebound
* The Last Rule of Makeups
Judge this book by its cover!
Seriously! I totally judged this book by how hot the cover was and I was not disappointed! This is the third book in the Breakup Bash Series by Nina Crespo and it was delicious! This book starts out with Cori hanging out with her friends Alexa and Nat at the Breakup Bash celebration after they’ve recently been dumped. Little did Cori know that she’d run into an ex-boyfriend, Grey, that same night. The story then takes you on a steamy, hot, and passionate rollercoaster of a rekindled romance. I love that this book in multiple aspects also shows you that you don’t need to settle in life. You don’t need to settle for Mr. Okay, or settle for that job that just pays the bills. You can live, love and look for Mr. Right as well as that perfect job that gets you excited to go to work every day. Despite this book being the third installment, I didn’t feel like I was lost by not reading the first two, so I’d say this can stand on its own. I’ve heard so much about Nina but haven’t read any of her books yet and I’m happy to say I will continue to read her books going forward!