Monday, July 6, 2015


Title: Trouble on Tap
Series: Series
Author: Avery Flynn
Release Date: July 14, 2015
My Rating: 3 Stars
POV: Dual

Trouble on Tap is my very first novel by Avery Flynn, and as a result, making it my first book in the Sweet Salvation Brewery Series. 

Anyone who knows me, knows that second chance love novels are books that I desire intensely. So when I came across Trouble on Tap, I had to have it. 

Trouble on Tap focuses on Olivia Sweet and Mateo Garcia. Olivia is a high fashion model and is the  last of the Sweet triplets...Mateo is  the sexy Marine and Olivia's long time hookup, who she happens to have deep feelings for. Mateo is not looking for a relationship, although he cares for Olivia.  Olivia slips up and lets Mateo know that once he returns from his deployment in Afghanistan,that she would like to pursue a relationship with him...but Mateo turns her down.

Fast forward three years...

Olivia Sweet is now broke, homeless and jobless. Her ex-boyfriend depleted her bank account and sold naked pictures of her to some revenge porn site. Therefore, leaving her with a doomed career and no choice but to return to her hometown of Salvation, Virginia.

Mateo Garcia, sexy ex-marine, has returned from his last military deployment a changed man.  Scars on the left side of his gorgeous face from a road side bomb has left the now police chief broken...and with a slight chip on his shoulder. 

Forced to work together to organize a fundraiser for the shatteringVeteran's Center, Mateo and Olivia can't deny their attraction. Their chemistry is indisputable, but Mateo can't get past the fact that he's not the man she deserves. 

Not everyone is happy about wild Olivia Sweet being back in Salvation.  Will she remain in her hometown that has never wanted her or will she flee leaving the man who holds her heart and never look back?

Trouble on Tap started off great for me but something happened along the way that I became disinterested. I lost my connection with the characters, which became frustrating, but that could possibly be because I haven't read the first two books in this series. Had I realized that before diving in, I would have read the first two books first. With that said, this book is a satisfactory read and fans of this series should fully enjoy.

This book is definitely worth the read...

I give Trouble on Tap 3 Crazie Stars!! ~Kim

*ARC kindly provided via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*

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