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Lucas's character was known as Tap primarily, yet he had a few other nicknames. Lawrence's character was known as Wren, yet went by a few other nicknames. I was t a fan of these nicknames as it was distracting trying to keep track of these names by associating them to a character who was established by another name.
The concept behind the introductions for the main characters was clever, but I'm not digging the delivery. The premise was built upon lies and these lies spiraled out of control. I'm not feeling the chemistry between Lawrence and Tap. The background stories on these characters was a bit dramatic and I'm not certain they added any growth and development to these characters. Lucas's ex became a major topic of discussion of which I wasn't interested in reading. The story transitioned with too many distractions and became a chore to read. Even when they interacted with one another I was bored. Lawrence was not an interesting character. Her interests didn't make her unique or fascinating they made her odd. The flirty banter seemed juvenile. The inner dialogue was hard to separate from the regular conversation.
Georgia's Beauty series was my favorite of hers. I'm not sure what's happening with all these other series, but they are mediocre. The material was boring and tedious to read.
The problem with these instant connection stories is the lack of angst build up. I prefer a more emotional connection rather than the physical connection.
The story focused on many obstacles standing in the way of these two having a long term relationship. Most obstacles were easy enough to go around while some were deal breakers. I felt the relationship moved too quickly to discuss these issues. Quite honestly not much developed between them other than sex. Most of the scenes between them were spent having sex which sadly became tiresome to read.
The story also focused on Lawrence's character being unusual and non-judgmental. While this was an admiral quality which suited Lucas's character I felt Georgia was too pushy trying to convince me as a reader how wonderful she was.
The story had an element of forgiveness. Forgiving others for the choices they made regardless if those choices hurt them. From both characters standpoints I didn't enjoy the references used for forgiveness. Lawrence's' parents and Lucas's ex were topics that added unnecessary drama.
There is no one closer to a sibling than Oliver is to Lawrence. The two endured instability during their childhood, and landed into the foster care system courtesy of their drug laden parents. In their case, they were adopted by loving parents, and their lives turned completely around. The trials and tribulations that the two endured brought them closer than most siblings would ever be. Even into adulthood, Lawrence and Oliver keep in constant contact with one another.
When Lawrence can’t reach for some time, she heads to town to discover what could be keeping her brother from all communication. Lucas suddenly finds himself in charge of being the distraction that Oliver needs while Lawrence is in town. Pretty easy task…..right? Not quite. Lucas quickly finds himself attracted to the sister of his best friend. Both a blessing and a curse for this ladies man. The two spend time together and quickly compliment the others life. When Lawrence wants more than a relationship with Lucas things begin to get a bit sticky. Will they crash and burn when their commitment to one another is tested?
From a womanizer to a love that happens by chance, Lucas knows how to pull readers in with his activities. The chemistry between Lawrence and Lucas was interesting and sexy. A building of the plot with each sly text and overt look. Watching Lucas reveal parts of his tattered past only deepen the connection to this character while reading. You can’t help but root for the couple. This sexy read definitely makes you want to read about the other business partners in Lucas’ life!! A compliment to the overall plot that the author treated her followers to. Stout’s book is the next in line, and I can’t wait to see what he brings to the table.
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Who knew crafting beer could be so sexy and hot. Meet Tap, Stout and Porter the men of Lovibond Brewery. This is the first book in the series and it is about Tap.Read more
Really enjoyed this one. I'm really a big fan of Mrs. Cates ever since Going Under (love that book!). It just her last few books weren't favorites.Read more
Lukas Broussard, Tap, is co-owner of a brewery.Read more