I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Avery Flynn
Released: July 14th 2014
Series: Sweet Salvation Brewery #1
Published by Entangled Publishing
“Enemies on tap had a great brew of revenge, second chances and a hate-to-love romance…it was a perfect blend. ” ~ Under the Covers
Sometimes, it pays off to have a sexy and a half naked model in a book’s cover. In this case, judging a book by its cover worked in my favor. Avery Flynn is a new-to-me-author, and I’m damn glad I took the chance to read her book. Enemies on tap had a great brew of revenge, second chances and a hate-to-love romance…it was a perfect blend.
“West Virginia had the Hatfields and the McCoys, Shakespeare had the Capulets and the Montagues. Salvation had the Martins and the Sweets.”
Not as dramatic as the McCoys or the Capulet stories but you get the point. The Martins and the Sweet family have been at war for generations. To this very day, the cruelty and hardships that fell upon the Sweet family from the Martins still affect them and had actually driven the sisters out of town. But not for long, Miranda, Olivia and Natalie are the new owners of Sweet Salvation Brewery, given by their late Uncle Julian. Not the best of brewery institutions but they are determined to making this business thrive. Enemies on Tap is Miranda’s story.
Miranda and Logan were sweet together, and their story was romantic. There wasn’t much angst, but it was a love to hate relationship. Their sexual tension was definitely palpable, and the steam factor was hot enough. I am impressed with both Miranda and Logan. They are both successfully with what they do, and they have become good people. They don’t take shit from anyone, and they can totally hold their own. But I am most impressed with Miranda. Though she and her family were treated badly, she wanted to make a change to prove her worth. Giving one person a chance is one thing, but the whole town is another so for that, I give her props.
Enemies on Top is a great start to Sweet Salvation Brewery series. If you like Victoria Dahl’s Donovan Brothers, you’ll love Ms. Flynn’s Sweet Sisters. My only complaint is that it was too short for my liking.
*ARC provided by publisher
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