Hooking Up (Shacking Up Series #2) by Helena Hunting
Amalie Whitfield is the picture of a blushing bride during her wedding reception–but for all the wrong reasons. Instead of proclaiming his undying love, her husband can be heard, by Amalie and their guests, getting off with someone else. She has every reason to freak out, and in a moment of insanity, she throws herself at the first hot-blooded male she sees. But he’s not interested in becoming her revenge screw.
Mortified and desperate to escape the post-wedding drama, Amalie decides to go on her honeymoon alone, only to find the man who rejected her also heading to the same tiny island for work. But this time he isn’t holding back. She should know better than to sleep with someone she knows, but she can’t seem to resist him.
They might agree that what happens on the island should stay on the island, but neither one can deny that their attraction is more than just physical.
Filled with hilariously scandalous situations and enough sexual chemistry to power an airplane from New York City to the South Pacific, Hooking Up is the next standalone, laugh-out-loud romantic comedy from Helena Hunting, the New York Times bestselling author of the Pucked series and Shacking Up.
Title: Hooking Up
Author: Helena Hunting
Publication Date: November 7th, 2017
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance;
Format: Kindle (444 pages)
We knew this was coming ever since we’ve read in Shacking up that Amie was not going to end up with Armstrong. Even though his name is quite appealing, he is one D bag start to finish.
After they said I do, everybody hears miss “Whore-ton” blowing Armstrong right one the wedding day and this is the beginning of the end.
Amie wants to go away from this disaster media so she ends up in Bora Bora, on her honeymoon, alone. Not quite alone, because Lexington Mills has to run away too, because he was miss “Whore-ton” forced date, so he is in the crossfire too.
In this book we actually get to see parts of Anarchy Amie we only knew from Ruby’s retelling of her past.
One fling in Bora Bora turns into more when feelings get involved.
The rest of the books follow the Mills brothers, so I am sure that’s a hell of a reason to happy dance right now!