Better Luck Next Time: Asheville Brewing #2 Paperback – November 17, 2020
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- Item Weight : 1.06 pounds
- Paperback : 423 pages
- ISBN-13 : 978-1940562421
- ISBN-10 : 1940562422
- Dimensions : 5.25 x 1.06 x 8 inches
- Publisher : Denise Grover Swank (November 17, 2020)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #188,003 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The book continues to explore the Bunchanan family relationships, giving us a little more glimpses into Jack and Lee’s lives. I love that the siblings are starting to become closer, especially Georgie and Adalia with Jack. Hopefully, Lee will soon be more welcoming to his half-bother as well. I was glad that Finn and River are moving past things and repairing their friendship. And of course, you can’t forget the eccentric Aunt Dottie, who seems to be involved in each of their lives.
Looking forward to getting to know Jack better in the next book. Can’t wait to see what is in store for him.
This is a fun, light-hearted contemporary romance series that will make you swoon and laugh. Go one click it now!
Adalia is by far my favorite Buchanan sibling and Finn has won my heart. I think their characters complement one another very well. Adalia is broken and struggles to find her outlet until she is able to move forward. Finn may not have been at the top of everyone's list from the first time we met him, but he will definitely worm his way into your hearts by the end.
I love following the Buchanan siblings and joining them on their path to finding love and happiness. I can't wait for book three.
There are lots of other reasons to like it: happily ever after; great characters; realistic situations and dialogue; there are dogs (and a crazy hell-cat); and the authors don't make you feel like you wasted your time. However, my favorite thing has got to be Dottie. She is a hoot! She is so much fun and insightful and caring that I wish I had a Dottie, crazy and all. Some of the funniest stuff in these books is all related to her; either she instigates it or she has an acquaintance that she introduces you to. I have no idea if either author has a real-life Dottie-type character in their lives but I swear no matter how creative someone is, sometimes you just can't make this stuff up! It makes me wonder.
Adalia Buchanan feels lost without art in her life. She doesn't trust herself.
Finn Hamilton, confident businessman, good friend but a bit selfish feels lost after he sells his brewery and the town feel like he betrayed them.
When they meet you could almost feel the heat off the page, I don't know if it was the scene happening or the chemistry but you know good things are coming.
Friends to lovers is a classic trope for a reason, read this, you won't be disappointed.
Top reviews from other countries
The storyline steps away from the Beau's Brewery for the most part which I liked as you get to see Adalia's artist spirit come out again while not trying to conform to a position at the Brewery alone.
Maisie's story also starts to unfold and you can see the rift and also the depth of the friendship between her, River and Finn.
The stand outs here have to be Tyrion, Jezebel and the artists. They all gave me quite a chuckle. Lee also gets some character development and it was nice to see some cracks in his otherwise icy persona.
Overall, it's a fun and quirky addition to the series and I would recommend it for fans of the romantic comedy genre.