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Monday, October 15, 2012

Cheeky Blonde by Liz Crowe

Cheeky Blonde
Book Blurb:
Violence, intrigue, and passion are brewing in the craft beer world. When bitter rivals Jennifer Baxter and Sean Garrison meet, the notorious and handsome owner of Garrison Brothers Brewing stays true to form, seducing his rival at a national brewer’s convention.

Sean arrived at the convention expecting to get down to business, including his stated goal of hiring Jen away from Brick Street Brewery. But the beautiful fellow craft beer expert provides more of a distraction than he expected.

When sabotage strikes their fellow breweries, they unite to solve the mysteries. But fate and rumors brew more than beer as love, lust, jealousy, and misunderstanding collide in a way neither could have expected or anticipated.

Can they overcome the malicious chatter long enough to explore the emotion bubbling beneath the surface? Or will lust fall flat and leave them nothing but memories of the moment that slipped away?
Angie J's review:
I have to start this review by saying how much I liked both characters in this story.  Sometimes with stories you may find a flaw or issue with a character that you dont really care for.  I found that Jen and Sean were both very enjoyable characters.  I also need to state that per a Liz book, the sexual chemistry was off the wall crazy thick.  I have come to love the chemistry that Liz builds so when the sex does happen it is a very important to the characters and plot.  It isnt sex just for sex but to build the relationships of the characters.   
 In this Story Jen was a very head strong woman who knew what with her microbrewery  business.  She was very respected in her field and very savy.  Then comes along alpha male Sean who shakes up everything and spins her world around.  Of course she and he deny the sizzling chemistry that we the readers are dying from.  The book has a solid plot and keeps you wondering "who done it" when all the local competition seems to have mysteriously had some major issues.  All fingers point to Jen and so Sean is ther to help sort out whats going on.
I love the sarcasim that the characters have when they are chatting with each other and know that is a true Liz Speciality.  She has an ability to write like I talk with my friends...very off the cuff and without holding back.  I find this kind of humor hilirious but some maynot.
To end my thoughts I must say this is one of my favorite Liz books and I cant wait to read more.  There are so many options for a continuation of the series and I would definatley buy them all.

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