Series: Sweet Salvation Brewery #1
Published by Macmillan Source: Purchased
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Revenge, Romance, Second Chances
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Brewing up trouble one pint at a time.
Enemies ...After years away, Miranda Sweet returns to Salvation, Virginia to save her family's brewery, but her fate is in the hands of her lover-turned-enemy, Logan. What's a girl to do when the only person who can help her is the man who betrayed her?
Lovers ...Logan Martin can't believe his luck when the woman who smashed his heart to smithereens walks into his bank asking for his help. What she doesn't know is that he needs the land her brewery is on--and he'll do whatever it takes to get it.
An Irresistible Combination ...Their wager becomes a battle between their attraction and their determination to win. But it's in each other's arms that they realize there might be more at stake now than their bet. With the town against the Sweet Salvation Brewery's success, Logan has to choose between what's expected of him and what he really wants...
I do enjoy a good family feud story, and this book promised to bring some feuding and who doesn’t love a love story with a brewery as a backdrop, sounds like a good time for me (although I don’t drink beer I drink cider but hey that’s neither here nor there).
So Miranda has returned to Salvation after a death in the family and inheriting the family brewery and she has every intention of turning things around for this business so that she can sell it to the company that she works for. Only it turns out that if she doesn’t get these deal to work out, she’s pretty much guaranteed to loss her job, something she is totally not willing to let happen. So she is willing to do whatever it takes to make this brewery work out for her. Only things aren’t going to be as easy as she thinks, it turns out some of the people who work at the brewery are not on board with her taking it over, and in fact were under the impression that they were going to be able to buy the place. Let’s just say there are several instances of a hostile work environment.
It also turns out that the guy Miranda left behind when she left town, Logan, is the manager of the bank and he wants her property and lets just say the entire town is on his side and working against Miranda. What I liked about Logan is that he is actually a good guy, and while a lot of the town is willing to come at Miranda with pitchforks, he stands up for her and is willing to give her a chance.
The small town feeling in the book certainly made things interesting, and the people in the town definitely livened the story up. The book was enjoyable and I found myself laughing out loud and I really did enjoy the dynamic between Logan and Miranda. If you like family feud romances, you might want to check out this book.