Mixologist Nick Valentine never thought love was in the cards, but after a scorching Valentine’s Day kiss from bouncer Davis “FatBoy” Newman, he’s beginning to think it’s possible. After four weeks of dry spell, Nick’s losing patience—it’s time FatBoy stop acting the gentleman and just throw him over the bar or Nick may just change his mind.
All FatBoy wants is a shot at winning Nick’s heart. As long as meddling bosses, an Irish hurling team and a bar riot don’t ruin his chances forever, he might just get lucky and take the man of his dreams, home.
So I read book one a million years ago. And honestly don’t remember anything about it. And while reading this one, I didn’t feel lost So I’m guessing you don’t need to read book one to completely enjoy this one.
What I do remember is that they both are around holiday’s.
So Nick is trying to figure out how to get the lasting attention of this guy. He had a glimmer of it but it faded away.
With the help of his hawt, dreamy, straight boss and the other people at the bar he has given himself a limited number of days to catch or release.
Fatboy, has been staying away for his own reasons. But slowly sees the reasoning and with some prodding is game.
I liked this story, witty, sexy, fun. The chase, the missteps, the people helping and not helping. The attempts and failed and success. All make a good well rounded story.
Nick is a playboy who is having a hard time. He has a crush on Fatboy who is in the closet with almost everyone in his family. Nick has been trying to get with Fatboy for over a month. St. Patrick’s Day is coming up and almost all his coworkers have given him till then to either get over his moodiness or they will start trying to set him up.
Davis “Fatboy” Newman has been attracted to Nick since day one, but he refuses to be just another hookup in the back room. They have had the worst kind of luck when it comes to dates though, either work or friends keep ending up interfering with them every time they try to get together. Fatboy has the calming personality that Nick needs to even out his wild side.
Nick is the kind of person that always finds himself in the middle of drama, not necessarily his but always in the thick of things and can’t keep his mouth shut. Fatboy is the one trying to keep everyone safe.
After a concert that ends up in a brawl, Davis puts Nick on the spot. Which will it be a relationship or nothing?
This is an entertaining and fun book to read, there are so many other characters in this book that make you just want to pant, or laugh. Nick is the kind of person that always finds himself in the middle of drama, not necessarily his but always in the thick of things and can’t keep his mouth shut. Fatboy is the one trying to keep everyone safe.