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Tap is Lucas Broussard's nickname. Lucas is not an involved guy, he doesn't do relationships, he doesn't do commitments, he's not even really sure he completely understands love. He's been through a lot in his life including making many mistakes, an unconventional marriage, and people not understanding certain things he does. But there's a lot of depth to the hottie that one wouldn't expect when we first meet him in the book. Lucas is tagged by his business partner and friend, Stout, to do something for him, namely keep his sister from finding out about something while he's away. It's supposed to be a simple texting duty.
Too bad, Lawrence didn't get the memo, and shows up in town to surprise her brother. The rest as they say, is history. Lawrence was hilarious, she's definitely her own person. But she's deeply protective and loving of her baby brother, and after catching pieces of their past, its completely understandable. When Lawrence meets Tap for the first time, there is a jolt of connection, chemistry, and she can't understand his reticence to act on it, except maybe feel he doesn't feel it too.
Tap wants very much to act on his feelings for Lawrence, who he's dubbed Wren after getting to know her a little, but he's concerned with how Stout would feel, since he's already been warned off. Off limits or not, Tap cant' seem to stay away from Wren.
This book takes you on a little adventure watching as these two characters try to fight their feelings, but instead continue to fall deeper. You learn alot about the characters in general, not just Tap and Wren, and as such, the Lovibond Brewery feels like a part of your life, like you could walk in and have a drink with friends. Tap is full of steamy moments, a little drama, swooning, and heartfelt moments between siblings, there are bits that hit you in the heart, deep emotions, and others that will make you laugh til you almost cry. This book has a little of everything as we watch two people find themselves hooked on each other and fight against all the reasons they shouldn't.
Each of the characters have things in their past they regret, or haven't really gotten over, there is a lot to take in in getting know each of them, but as each little bit is revealed, its hard to not fall right in love with them. Tap isn't just the Hot Brewery guy who doesn't do relationships, he's a guy who was dealt a hard hand with his first marriage, and even though in the end it worked out for the best, that's always going to be in the back of his mind. Lawrence will also always have the disaster of her childhood in the back of her mind, so shes' got her own struggles and hang ups.
I look forward to reading more about the Lovibond gang and their ups and downs in the following books of the series.
*I received a copy of this book for review*
I’m falling on my knees for Tap. Tap, Stout and Porter run Lovibond a local brewery which is taking off. A huge local event of beer brewers is coming to their town and they are sponsoring it. Then Stout runs into to trouble and steps away for a bit. While he’s away he asks Tap to step in where Lawrence is concerned. Stout is protective of Lawrence and doesn’t want her to worry about him.
— The saddest discovery you can ever make is realizing you’ve fallen truly, madly, and deeply in love with a dream that will never be. —
This book isn’t just fun and best friends protecting someone. It’s chemistry, love, feels and more. There were moments I wondered if my eyes would leak and then just as quick I was laughing hysterically. The chemistry between Tap and Wren can’t be quenched by a cold beer or two. I totally love the banter between the two of them. The development of Lovibond and the characters is amazing and fun! I can’t wait to read more of the story. Scot, Bridgette, Warren and Porter have so much more to tell us.
At the beginning of this book, we see Stout (Ollie) coming to Lucas asking for help in responding to texts from his sister, while he is in rehab. Lucas is not too keen on doing this, but because he needs his friend and business partner to get better. He was told just a few texts to appease his sister, and all would be well. He never expected for her to show up, and the lie to continue, and for the attraction he felt for Lawrence when she entered his life.
Stout made it clear to Lucas that his sister was off limits. I can understand completely why he felt this way given Lucas's "man-whore" past. After a failed marriage, he doesn't want commitment. When Lawrence enters his life, his world gets turned upside down, and I really did enjoy seeing Lucas fall for her. He tried with everything to stay away, but he couldn't. He knew going after Wren his relationship with his best friend and business partner could be in jeopardy, but he knew in his heart that she was worth it.
Where Lucas is dark and has demons, Wren is light and even though she has her own demons, she works hard to see the positive in people and in life. I loved her free spirit attitude. She knows what she wants and isn't afraid to go for it. The love she has for her brother is amazing, and how much she ends up loving Tap is beautiful.
These two are the definition of opposites, but some how they work. Their chemistry is off the charts, the sex is hot, and their banter is swoon-worthy and sweet. Watching these two fall in love and figure things out was a great ride. My heart broke for each of these characters and what they had been through in the past, and I wanted to strangle Lucas for not thinking he could give Wren everything she wanted. Wren was willing to give up something she loved, and Lucas wasn't sure he could give her what she needed in return, and it made my heart hurt for Wren when this happened.
This book has very little drama, a ton of hot scenes, and a beautiful love story. I really did enjoy Tap and Wren's story, and the ending was perfect for them. It did start off a little slow, but once the story got moving, I couldn't put it down. I really enjoyed Tap's story and can't wait to read Stout and Porters soon! Definitely add Tap and all the Lovibond books to your TBR today!!