Friday, 10 July 2015

Review ~ Hollywood on Tap (Sweet Salvation Brewery, #2) by Avery Flynn

Hollywood on Tap (Sweet Salvation Brewery, #2)ebook received via a tour company in exchange for an honest review

Release Date: November 3rd 2014

Publisher: Self-published

For years, Sean O’Dell has hidden his past as a Hollywood heartthrob from everyone at the Sweet Salvation Brewery. However, the arrival of nosey efficiency expert Natalie Sweet threatens the status quo. It doesn’t help that with her glasses, buttoned-up sweaters and always pulled-back hair that she’s uncovered one secret already: His attraction for hot librarian types. 

Natalie has had enough of the strong-and-silent Sean submarining her efforts to change the brewery for the better. She’s ready to do whatever it takes to make her vision a reality, even if that means taking down the pig-headed and too-hot-for-his-own-good brewmaster. 

Sizzling attraction battles stubborn determination as Natalie and Sean go head to head in a battle that’s anything but business as usual.

My Opinion

This was a quick, enjoyable, easy read. It was one of those laid back books that was good to relax with on a lazy sunny day.

I wasn't really sure what to expect from this author seeing as this is the first book I've read by her. However, I was pleasantly surprised. I requested this because another book in the series--Trouble on Tap--caught my attention on tour (which I'll be reviewing later on this month). Anyway, I though what the hell and decided to request both.

Hollywood On Tap had me hooked the whole way through. It was paced well and there was a little bit of everything. I enjoyed the forbidden romance and there was some chemistry--although it could have been slightly hotter. I also liked Natalie. Although she suffered from anxiety she came across as put together and strong in terms of the business.

Similarly, I liked Sean's stubbornness to change. I would have liked more detail on his past as it felt a little bit like an add on and under-developed with emotion, but it gave the book a little more story.

Overall this was an easy read and I'm looking forward to the next one.


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