4 Star · ARC Review · Contemporary · Love/Hate · Sexual Tension · Workplace

Tap That by Jennifer Blackwood & R.C. Boldt

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4 Stars

Reid Morgan is counting on a promotion to manager at the brew pub where he works. He has put in the years, worked extra hours and proven himself in every way he can possibly think of… just to have someone from who-knows-where swoop in and take his promotion right out from under him.

Callie Anderson doesn’t even like beer, but she is going to be the best manager the brew pub has ever had… and she also really needs this job to work out…

Reid takes Callie’s new position as his boss very badly, so what’s a surly employee to do? With an all out personal war brewing, Reid and Callie are trading insults right and left, but what happens when the heated arguments and sexual tension finally win…

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Reid has worked at On Tap to learn the ins and outs of running a brew pub in the hopes of someday opening his own bar and restaurant. His next step in the process is landing the job as manager, until Callie shows up. Annoyed with her for getting his job, and even more annoyed with himself for being uncomfortably attracted to his new enemy, Reid decides to make Callie feel as uncomfortable at work as possible.

Callie needs to be the best at her new job. Working somewhere promising is the only way to keep her disapproving parents off her back, and she won’t give up easily in the face of her new co-workers constant scowls in her direction.

This book was a sexy and fun enemies to lovers story that is not to be missed! Reid and Callie’s palpable desire for each other is only slightly overshadowed by the constant insults they fire. But, there’s always a fine line between hate and…. well, you know.

I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.

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