Tequila Rose may have met the man of her dreams. Unfortunately, she wakes up suffering from alcoholic amnesia and doesn’t remember anything about the night before. Tall, dark, and Jack may be the cure her jaded heart desperately needs, but Tequila’s wary as friends warn her that Jack hangs out with the local drug dealer. Thrust together at a Speed Dating event, their chemistry sizzles, but is Jack after a different kind of fix?
1st Place Runner Up in Rave Reviews Book Club's Alpha-Omega Short Story Writing Contest 2018.
Finalist The Wishing Shelf Book Awards UK 2018 Adult Fiction.
Nominee Top Shelf Book Awards 2019.
Review by author John W. Howell
Here is the 5 star review of Tequila Rose Virginity Blues by Wendy Jayne.
I just finished the short story Tequila Rose Virginity Blues by Wendy Jayne and could not wait to pen a few notes. First off let me tell you I loved the story. I am always on the side of those characters who have over imbibed and must now face the physical and mental consequences. Very seldom are these sessions written free of clichés. This story is an exception. The opening scene of the book is a reaction to a knock. Then there are two more, and Tequila Rose is forced to open the door. What pops in is every drinker’s nightmare. It is a handsome someone who not only knows Tequila’s name but some details of the previous night. Tequila Rose is flummoxed since she cannot remember the guy or his name.
The rest of the story is a laugh out loud series of Tequila Rose trying to get a grip on herself and the handsome guy who knows her better than she knows him. Included are hysterical scenes of drunkenness taken by cell phone and posted on social media for all to see. To add to the laugh fest, her friend who delights in Tequila’s episodes convinces her to take part in a charity speed dating event.
Wendy Jayne will keep you laughing through the competition and then serves up a to die for ending.
If you enjoy reading quality writing, this book is for you. I think a little bit of me fell for Tequila Rose since I have walked in her shoes.
Many thanks to thriller author John W. Howell for sharing his thoughts about TRVB.
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