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Reviewed by Natasha Jackson for Readers' Favorite
There are a few things all bridesmaids are guaranteed; a generally unflattering dress so the bride shines, watching her friend morph into Bridezilla, and an obnoxious if gorgeous escort down the aisle. For Amaree Lowell, we can scratch obnoxious because the gorgeous escort is her high school sweetheart. In Hotel Hookup: Austin, she finds this out less than an hour before the engagement luncheon which he will be attending! Annabelle Snow gave us the perfect introduction to Evan, the high school sweetheart, looking all sexy and grownup with a bag slung over his shoulder and taking up too much room in the elevator car. You could just sense that, from that moment on, things were about to get steamy.
The engagement luncheon was an exercise in restraint and desire. Evan and Amaree flirted, watched, and finally acted on the simmering passion between them. From there, Hotel Hookup: Austin lived up to its name. Their hookup was steamy. Hot and sensual as they slowly explored bodies that had learned the art of pleasure together, only now more mature. I loved that they weren’t shy about reconnecting because there was none of that shyness associated with a brand new hookup. Annabelle Snow wrote a flirty and fun erotic romance with two engaging characters, Amaree and Evan, that I was eager to learn more about. There is definitely something about weddings, but after reading Hotel Hookup: Austin I’d say there’s also something about engagement luncheons and first loves reconnecting that might make a girl temporarily lose her mind. Or maybe not so temporarily.