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Sunday, October 14, 2012

Paradise Hops by Liz Crowe

Paradise Hops

A brutal attack left Lori Brockton convinced she was damaged goods. By the time she emerges from hiding two years later, ready to run her family's famous brewery, she's determined to be independent--never rely on anyone ever again. Nearly a year of working in every corner of Brockton Brewing Company, from warehouse to pub, front office to kitchen, teaches her all she needs to know about the business. Then, she comes face-to-face with masculine perfection in a suit and her world is rocked in more ways than one. Garret Hunter is the new Brockton business manager who takes one look at the beautiful, sad young woman and his entire existence coalesces around winning her heart.

But standing between Garrett and what he believes is his true love, is a six-feet six-inch blond-haired bad boy brewer.

Eli Buchannan is a craft beer rock star, recently hired by Brockton to drag the company into the 21st century. He brings innovation and attitude plus a prima donna ladies’ man reputation. But he's sworn off anything resembling commitment, personal or professional, after getting burned at his last job on both fronts.

Garret Hunter is “The Perfect Man” -- handsome, successful, stable, eager to settle down. Eli Buchannan... is not. Compelling, smoking hot, creative and elusive, he represents everything Lori Brockton should avoid. But just as she makes a difficult choice, a drastic life-changing shift occurs, and nothing is ever the same again.

My Review:

This is a fabulous Liz book. Its a story about Lori who has been traumatized and then meets Garrett. He has been hired to run the family company while she learns her way through the different aspects. Sparks fly but the hot new brew master Eli also catches her eye.

This book is amazing. I ran through every emotion I had in this book. There are 3 parts to the book and each section left me in tears. if you love Liz then this is another must read. if you are new to her writing, its a great stand alone for you get a feel for her writing style.
I will recommend this book to all of my friends.  I gave it 5 outta 5 stars.

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