Thursday, April 27, 2017

Blog Tour: Love on Tap by 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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About the Author:

Meg Benjamin is an author of contemporary romance. Her books have won an EPIC Award for Contemporary Romance, the Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award, the Holt Medallion, and the Award of Excellence among other honors. Meg lives in Colorado with her DH and two rather large Maine coon kitties (well, partly Maine Coon anyway).

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I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

4 out of 5 stars

Love on Tap was such a fun contemporary romance. For someone who hates beer like me I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this book with all the talk of beer, but really I found how passionate these characters were about it really interesting. Plus, while there was a lot of beer talk in this book, at its core this book was a really well-written love story. The way that author set up the romance between Wyatt and Bec was really nice. I liked that things started out as strictly a business transaction and then evolved as they spent more time together and got to know each other. The way everything developed made this romance extremely satisfying, but as satisfied as I was with this romance I was still a little upset when the book ended because I kind of wanted to read more about Wyatt and Bec because they were both great characters and I loved them. Aside from the romance, I also enjoyed the focus on Bec rebuilding her relationships with people she ending up having a falling out with when her brewery shut down. It made this book all the more satisfying. All in all this book was a very enjoyable romance and I recommend it.

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