Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Review: Tap by Georgia Cates

Craft beer and sexy men who brew it. Both, always a good idea.
A faceless name. That's all she was when I agreed to play a part in deceiving her. But then the unplanned happened.

We met. And all I wanted from her was a dirty weekend... until that wasn't enough and I longed for so much more.

Lawrence Thorn suddenly means the world to me. And that's a problem. She's my business partner's sister. Forbidden fruit. Pursuing her can mean trouble for me and Lovibond Brewery. But I don't care.

I yearn for her skin against mine. 
I crave her smell on my body.
I want to make her laugh and then hear her moan my name. 
And she does for a brief moment in time. 

But Lawrence wants more than I'm able to give. And it's a damn shame because there's no one else on earth I want more than her. 

An epic love. 
A miserable ending.
Unless it's not.

5 Stars for Tap by Georgia Cates. The first novel in her new Lovibond series sucked me in and left me looking forward to more Lovibond love! 

Tap is a business partner of Lawrence's brother. When his partner has to enter rehab he asks Tap to "cover" for him with his sister. He doesn't want her to know where he's going. This should be easy, reply to some text messages, creatively avoid a few phone calls until his friend is back. It was easy until Lawrence decided to pay her brother an unexpected visit and Tap comes face to face with a woman he can't forget. He has to decide if he is willing to risk his friendship for a shot of at happiness.. only his past may keep his future at bay.

This story has it all! Forbidden love, tragic past events, great beer and even greater love. I enjoyed getting to know Lawrence and Tap and the other Lovibond characters. Tap is a stand alone novel with a perfectly timed happily ever after.  I can't wait for the next book in this series!

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I read this book using my Kindle Unlimited membership, it was good enough that I bought it immediately after I finished reading it... This is the kind of book that re-read dreams are made of..