Part 2 of Summer Flings – a fun, flirty and laugh out loud rom com series of short stories.
The girls are off to a beach house to catch some rays – and if they play their cards right – super hot guys!
With drinking games in the name of Gucci, a surprise visit from a very pissed off Zack and hunks galore, Miami is turning into their best stop yet. Not to mention Ciara finally comes up with a way to have her cake
and eat it too!
The ideal summer treat for those relaxing days soaking up the sun!
I kindly received Misbehaving in Miami in exchange of an honest review by the publisher via Netgalley.
Misbehaving in Miami is the second part of the Summer Flings Series. It cannot be read as a stand alone, it’s necessary to read the first part Trouble in Tinseltown (Review) to get into the story.
After their turbulent days and nights in LA with shopping, star spotting and even a movie premier, the girls (Ciara, Gem and Elle) are off to Miami. Here the fun continues…What will be waiting for them? Fun, partying, shopping, drama and sex.
I very enjoyed reading Trouble in Tinsletown but Misbehaving in Miami was even better! With only about 40 pages, this was a very quick read. I couldn’t wait to read about the girls adventures in Miami. It’s the city of top hotspot for romance, great beaches, nightlife, shopping and recreation. And that’s what the girls do.
Ciara is turning more and more into my favourite character of the story. She is more likeable to me than Gem and Elle. They are a bit too fluffy for my liking but they give the perfect amount of drama to the story. Ciara is the most grounded of the three of them. For her it’s not all about shopping, bars, clubs, hot guys and relaxing by the pool, she wants to explore every inch of the city. Therefore couldn’t have been a better timing for Zach to pop up on the doormat to give Ciara the perfect welcomed distraction. Zach is Elle’s cousin and they first met in LA. She couldn’t stop thingking about him and the hot night they spent together since they left LA. Can it be more than just a summer fling?
The plot is entertaining and well thought out. I love how the the girls are jetting from one place to the other. The places bring a little colour into my life for the time I’m reading this story. When I finished it last night I felt genuinely disappointed because I enjoyed the story so much and it was over too quickly. Reading Duffy’s short stories make me wish I could just back my suitcase and join them on their trip! I can’t wait to get Point us to Paris (which is the third part in the series) in my hand.