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Enemies on Tap by Avery Flynn
Series: Sweet Salvation Brewery #1
Published by Entangled Publishing, LLC Genres: Contemporary
Miranda Sweet never thought she would see the day where she would return to her hometown of Salvation, Virginia. Yet, years later she and her sisters have returned to save their family’s brewery company. But, there is one problem as Miranda needs the financial support from the bank of the ex-boyfriend who once betrayed her.
Logan Martin cannot believe his luck. Miranda Sweet is in his bank seeking assistance to save her family brewery company. Little does she know that Logan wants her land for an industrial park that he has in the works. All he needs to do is deny her the loan and wait for her to sell.
When Miranda and Logan come to blows over the land, it soon becomes apparent that the attraction between them has not died. As the sexual tension heats up between the two, so do the town’s prejudice against the Sweet Triple Sisters. Will the ailing Sweet Salvation’s Brewery survive the town’s wrath? But, more importantly, will Miranda and Logan overcome their differences and find happily ever after?
Enemies on Tap is a steamy, hot novel that will have you panting with heated desire. The chemistry between Miranda and Logan is passionate and very lustful in nature. Whereas, I could not find any fault with the couple’s love affair, I did not like Logan’s character in the beginning. He is too conceited and he treats Miranda like she is the scum of the earth. I truly do not understand why Miranda wants to be with him. But, I can say that half way through the novel, Logan sees the fault of his ways and wins my heart just as he does with Miranda. On the other hand, Miranda is down-to-earth, a go-getter, and tough as nails. There are many obstacles in her way and she is determined to fight them head on. The battles between Miranda and Logan are hilarious, scandalous, and down right naughty. Overall, Enemies on Tap is a good read.