Georgia Meyer needs some time to think—and what better place to get her head on straight than Whispering Bay, Florida, in the company of her sister Frida and her sister’s Bunco friends, better known as the Bunco Babes? Georgia’s boyfriend—and boss—Spencer Moody made a slight miscalculation in the romance department and gave her a calculator instead of an engagement ring. So she needs some advice, in between rolling dice and drinking margaritas, as to her next move.
While considering subtracting Spencer, Georgia meets the very handsome Dave Hernandez. Unfortunately when a Bunco night gets a little out of hand, Georgia reveals more of herself to Dave than she intended. Now, as she helps the Babes prepare for a Bunco Black Tie fundraiser, she needs to search her heart—and keep her shirt on—long enough to decide if a love affair with Dave might be a dream come true or just a flash in the pan. (summary from the website of Maria Geraci)
My thoughts...Maria once again provides a fun, light-hearted romantic comedy for adult readers. Bunco Babes Gone Wild was every bit as sexy as the first installment, Bunco Babes Tell All. We meet a new character, Georgia, who finds herself in an uncomfortable situation with strangers. Little does she know, it won't be her last. We also meet a sexy, Prince Charming named Dave, but it he her Prince Charming? The original girls are still around mixing margaritas and dishing out gossip. Who knew a dice game could be so sexy?
There was only one thing about this installment that turned me off. It took me a while to warm up to the heroine Georgia. She starts out really snobby and materialistic. After a while, her character started to open up a bit and you could see that she really does have a big heart and good intentions. It was just part of her character, but the superficialness was a turn-off. Maybe it was just her way of protecting herself from others.
Overall, this was another great read. I would recommend it to fans of a good light-hearted story (with a touch of sex).
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