Saturday, February 22, 2014

Tipsy Review

Book Review 
 January 27. 2014

Tipsy (Take it Off #5)
by:Cambria Hebert
5 Stars

Blurb ~ Julie Preston is an artist. But her canvas isn’t paper or clay. It’s hair. She spends her days coloring, blow drying and styling her clients hair at the Razor’s Edge salon. Julie is also annoyed. She went out on a date and had a great time, gave the guy her number and the jerk never called.

So when he waltzes into the salon and sits down in her chair she briefly considers strangling him with the pink cape she fastens around his neck.

Too bad she can’t.

Blue Markson, the guy who never called, is a police officer so causing him bodily harm would be a first class ticket into the slammer. Just looking at him again makes Julie forget why she was mad in the first place, but she’s already learned that Blue is nothing but heartache. So when he starts coming around, acting like he hadn’t made her stare at the phone for days, she tries to brush him off.


Her life is about to blow up in her face, she’s about to get caught up in a sticky web of crime and the one guy who can help her is the one guy she vowed never to trust again.

My Review 

Of all the Take It Off novels this was most certainly my favorite by far. I know, I’ve said that about each novel but they continually get better. Tipsy was similar to other books I’ve read with the profession of Blue but the story definitely sets itself apart. 

Julie is a hairstylist, a damn good one if you ask her. The last thing Julie wants to think of is the guy that blew her off. But Blue shows up at the salon and won’t give up. When a hesitant Julie finally gives in, the last thing she expects is for him to blow her off again. Needless to say Julie decides enough is enough, until Blue once again comes crawling back with a undercover story that leaves her a bit fearful how can she say no, especially when her life is about to become a danger-zone as well. 

Overall this was another quick and super fast read from Cambria Hebert. Each story within the series has been dramatically different but good none the less. Julie and Blue were both great characters. Julie is very relatable and was a fun character to follow along. Can’t wait for more….


No comments:

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...