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You and Tequila - Crystal Donahue This book was part of a blog tour I received a copy for my honest review When friends Will and Cass have to many to drink one night they end up sleeping together, this changes everything for the two of them. Jealous friends and exs from relationships threaten to tear this couple apart, can Cassel and Will stay together or do all they have is one drunken night together. First I didn't rate this book because I currently have a love/frustration thing going on with it, I may rate it when I read it next time but for now I just can't decide. I will start off with what I didn't like about this book first, I hated all the jealousy, Will and Cass were adults put your big girl panties on and act like it. What made it worse was that both of them would still talk to their exs, when the phone would go off during a hot and steamy situation they would answer it knowing it was their ex. This made me want to find a stick and poke the character in the eye with it. My big problem was the actions of Cass towards the end of the book, I lost so much respect for her when she did what she did. On to the good when the two of them were not being jealous they had a nice easy relationship. Will was a stand up guy, the scene with Cassels niece was really sweet. I really did like Cass at first, she seemed to be a strong if somewhat confused woman. This book was a frustrating but good read.