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July 10, 2012

Review:New Orleans By Cat Johnson (18+)

New Orleans
By Cat Johnson
ebook
Published June 20th 2012

When I agreed to be my best friend’s maid of honor, I thought it would be fun. Maybe I’d even meet a nice, single guy at the reception. But now the bride is missing, I have the hang over from hell and it seems I may have accidentally had sex with the groom last night while pretending to be a stripper to spy on him at his bachelor party… Or maybe I didn’t.

It’s hard to tell since I can’t remember much past drinking that last Hurricane on Bourbon Street. There’s also this matter of the groom’s identical twin brother and the fact they have a habit of switching places.

I do know one thing, nothing is what it seems in New Orleans. Anything can happen…and it usually does.


This was such a cute book. I really enjoyed it. The first page had my laughing and throughout the story I found some really humorous moments. Who does not love a good bachelorette or bachelor party?

I loved Rose, she is a trip and I have to say the girl has spunk and not afraid of anything. But when morning comes and she can't remember anything panic sets in. Slowly piecing together the night before is what this story is really about and I loved the journey!

Let four girls loose in New Orleans add some alcohol and throw in a nervous and jealous bride and you have a perfect story to tell in the morning.

4 out of 5 stars




3 comments:

  1. Great review! I've never heard of this one but i like the premise of the story.

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  2. I found it by mistake and loved it! Sometimes a short story is just want I need.

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  3. Oh no! Sounds like trouble! This sounds like a really funny story and I can picture it being a movie.

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