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As a bartender, Mason Cambridge charmed beautiful women who ordered cocktails. When Lexi Swafford plopped her pretty little tail down on the bar stool, Mason had no idea that he would be working with her or that he’d be letting her room with him, and he sure didn't know the impact that she was about to have on his life. After a night of drinking, one touch from her would change everything. More
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About Suzannah Daniels

Suzannah Daniels has had an affinity for words for as long as she can remember. She grew up in North Georgia with four brothers, so she learned at an early age to admire snakes and motorcycles. When she wasn't pestering her brothers, she could usually be found reading or writing.

She is the author of Viking's Embrace, a historical romance, and Ghostly Encounter, Book One of her Ghostly series (young adult paranormal romance).

Currently, she lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee with her husband of twenty-six years and her teenage daughter. Her son lives nearby. The family pets include a Lab mix, a Basset Hound, a Shih Tzu, and a sweet, little kitty.

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Also in Series: Whiskey Nights

Reviews of Wasted by Suzannah Daniels

boukes reviewed on Feb. 5, 2017

A amazing book! and easy reader!
The book embraced me and hold me in a closed reading!
The light humoristic way ,was really a pleasure and most of the time
reading with a smile!
The author made exelent figures of the two main characters ,but sure for the one of Lexi!
I can,t compare this book with others of its kind as this one is unique!
the book is fun to read but at the back ground of the text also a huge psychological character!
for me of great value and a must read!!!
it keeps you facinating till the end!
(reviewed 12 days after purchase)
Amanda Sheila reviewed on Nov. 4, 2014

***I have received a free copy in exchange for honest review.

I enjoyed this book. Mostly because Mason's such a very nice guy. He's polite, have a great sense of humor and responsible toward Lexi even though he just met her.
But personally, I really think Lexi's a selfish girl. Why? Because she keeps pushing Mason to give her his secret while he have a hard time sharing it. I was like, where's your patience, guurl?
But overall I enjoyed this book and I definitely gonna read the next installment of the series. :)
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)

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