Author: Avery Flynn
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: November 3, 2014
Reviewed by: Jasmyn
Rating - 4
Sexual - 3
Salvation is a quaint little town that really doesn't like the resident Sweet family. The Sweet triplets have returned after their uncle's death to get the family brewery back into shape - but things always seem to go wrong. A little too wrong to just be bad luck.
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.
Natalie is an OCD anxious mess most of the time. She thrives on creating order out of chaos, and I'd really like her to visit my home office and whip it into shape for me. Her best friends are her color coded pens, calendar, and lists. The more I read about her, the more I loved her. While my OCD shows off in a whole other fashion, I could really relate to her need to have things done just right. Sean, on the other hand, isn't much for all this fancy crap that Natalie is trying to do. He sees it as messing with his creative process and refuses to listen to a word she says. He's kind of a jerk about the whole thing.
When they start feeling the sparks they are both quite surprised. And when they are thrown together by chance in their own investigation of who might be sabotaging the brewery they realize just how much they spark together. Sean just about blows it though by keeping too many secrets, and Natalie's need for control get in the way. Their compromises were amazing - a true testament to how a relationship should work and I loved watching them navigate through their differences.
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