Flipcup by Kim Hartfield


Release Date: 04.05.2021


Could swearing off men lead Chelsea to the perfect woman?

After being rejected one too many times, Chelsea makes a bold vow: No more men. Her friends doubt a boy-crazy party girl can handle not dating for a year, but that only makes Chelsea more determined.

Tara has made a vow, too. After growing up in foster care and suppressing herself to please others, she's going to live her truth. When she sees a beautiful woman, she'll make her attraction known.

Chelsea appreciates Tara's flirtatious compliments, not to mention her androgynous beauty. There's a loophole in Chelsea's vow, and it's more tempting every day...


Flip Cup was a nice, quick read.

Chelsea swears off men after yet another one night stand that makes her feel nothing. She meets Tara, the new bookstore clerck, during one of her weekly beer deliveries to Vino and Veritas. Chelsea is intrigued by the flirtatious woman at first sight, and even if she doesn’t know how to take her compliments she feels very attracted to Tara. This is the begin of their awkward friendship that becomes even messier when they share a kiss. Is this only an experiment for Chelsea as Tara thinks or is Chelsea as serious as Tara getting into a deeper relationship?

I liked the story even if I couldn't relate with the main characters, because Chelsea is a bit of an immature woman and Tara with her difficult past is pretty closed off, but I’ve enjoyed nontheless to see their personal growth that leads to an healthy and solid relationship.


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