Friday, May 5, 2017

Book Review: Love on Tap - Meg Benjamin





Wyatt Montgomery knows a barrel of legendary Zoria imperial stout will help his Denver gastropub stay on top. The only problem is the brewery that made it is no longer in business. When Wyatt hears the brewmaster has only one barrel left, he won’t stop until it’s his. He doesn’t consider what this mythical barrel might cost him. And he certainly doesn’t anticipate his reaction to the heart-stoppingly beautiful brewmaster he needs to convince to sell him the beer.

When Wyatt rushes into Bec Dempsey’s small-town cooperative offering to buy the last barrel of her precious Zoria, she’s thrown for a loop. She’s been burned by city-slickers before, and she’ll be damned if she’ll let it happen again. But when things start heating up between them, Bec decides to make Wyatt a counteroffer. One she hopes he won’t refuse.




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Read 01-03 May

I love reading new authors. Someone who will open new possibilities for me. And Meg Benjamin just did it for me.

The story was just light and easy to read. Something interesting that’ll make you want to know what’ll happen next, but not too much heart-gripping that a heart could not handle. The story doesn’t have
much complication and too many twists. Mostly, the story was pretty much straight forward and not too much drama. I don’t know if that was a good thing, but it was actually just the right amount of emotion for me at this point in my life. Despite the lack of a little more feels
to it, the story was pretty much interesting that you’d like to read it until the end. A little bump in the story makes it much more interesting. But other than that, the story is smooth sailing and I
liked it like that.

The characters are also created reasonably. I mean, given their story,
it is understandable that they acted that way. Their personality is as real as it could get. And at least I get to see another book boyfriend that isn’t as damaged. Bec was something altogether. I am not in any way a feminist but it kind of felt nice reading someone who actually
defied what the society is actually stereotyping. And it’s really nice that despite all her downfalls, she managed to remain a little more positive than what is expected from someone who actually endured what she had.

I’d give this a 4 star for entertaining me the way it did. It’s also a plus point that it was written in a third person POV. I hardly get to read those these days.

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