|Enemies on Tap |
July 14, 2014
This was the first book I've read by Ms. Flynn, and though at first I wasn't sure what to think, by the end I couldn't wait to read more from her.
The first half of Enemies on Tap was a bit frustrating as it seemed everyone was against the Sweet sisters - in a mean-spirited, shortsighted, and very spiteful sort of way. The townspeople felt more like caricatures of everything you'd imagine in a book villain. Even our "hero" Logan was difficult to like in the beginning. But, then about halfway through, the tone of the book became much more hopeful and Logan's true self emerged - making him worthy of some great swoon moments. There still were some far-fetched schemes and plot holes, but the sizzling hot chemistry and sincere romance between Logan and Miranda held it all together. And it was nice to see people (the good and the bad) get what they deserved. What started out a bit shaky turned out to be a very sweet second-chance romance.
Note: I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange of an honest review.
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