by Fifi Flowers
I’m actually a very good boy. Let me show you just how good I can be.”
“Mom, doesn’t she look like Cruella de Vil without the black part of her hair?” He had a point. “She’s evil like her too. She said no puppies just like…”
Martini Sunday was the final installment of the Hookup Café Series and featured a rather complicated plot, lots of secondary characters, and some suspense along with Ms. Flowers’ unique humor and deliciously steamy love scenes. Vixen was a hot mess with a cute kid and no shortage of men trolling around her. Luckily for Sutton, she was only interested in his well-toned muscles and thoughtful personality, but she keeps him guessing and on his toes as her history was extremely sketchy and no one seemed to have all the pieces to this jagged puzzle until near the end. Even though I had previously read all the previous installments, I often felt a bit off-kilter and confused, however, I remained amused and entertained by the levity, breezy banter, and the sizzling sensual scenes; and then it all came together for me shortly before the epilogue. Ms. Flowers has a breezy writing style, although the storyline would most likely be difficult to follow without knowledge of the previous installments.