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This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Avery Flynn
Released: November 3rd 2014
Series: Sweet Salvation Brewery #2
Published by Self Published
Genres: Contemporary Romance
“Not only that she[Avery Flynn] did not disappoint, she impressed the hell out of me. Hollywood on Tap…was romantic, funny, uber sweet and plenty sexy.” ~ Under the Covers
Hollywood On Tap was an anticipated read for me. After reading Enemies on Tap and loving it, I couldn’t wait to read this one. I was a little nervous being that Ms. Flynn was a new to me author and frankly, I’m not sure if she’s consistent with her work. Well, after reading this novel, Avery Flyn’s books are now an auto buy for me. Not only that she did not disappoint, she impressed the hell out of me. Hollywood on Tap is even better than Enemies on Tap. It was romantic, funny, uber sweet and plenty sexy.
Natalie is one of the Sweet sisters who owns Sweet Salvation Brewery. After inheriting this run down pub, the sisters decided to move to the small town of Salvation and vowed to make their brewery thrive again. Natalie has a very methodical and a well thought out plan to do so. Unfortunately, no charts or slides or planning can predict what her brewmaster will do. Worse, Natalie cannot control his past from coming to bite both of them in the ass.
Sean and Natalie is as opposite as light and day. Natalie is a control freak and Sean being very laid back yet they are very attracted to each other. It was fun to see Natalie fight her attraction despite the obvious feelings she had for him. Sean’s innuendos, smart comments and the way he pushed her buttons was hilarious but slowly he broke her walls down to see what is in front of her. She saw him indeed, how can she ignore him. I also can’t ignore the fact that Ms. Flynn made him irresistibly sexy. Like Natalie, I could not get enough of him.
It was exciting to see Sean’s past come back to his present and watch him deal with them. It was sweet to know that despite who he was in the past, all he wants now is a quiet life doing what he loves most. There was a hint of mystery in the story as the Sweet sisters presence in the town is not quite welcome…yet. Thought here has been hardships; they are slowly earning their trust. I’m excited to read more of their adventure as they win over the town and completely make this brewery thrive with success.
*ARC provided by publisher
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