Tapped by Liz Crowe
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This was a good start to a new series. All Austin wanted was to run his pub. He didn't want the family business. He spent time in Germany learning all about brewing and met his best friend there. He and Ross would share women...a lot. Back home he meets sassy saleswoman Evelyn. They have chemistry and he has fleeting thoughts of sharing her with his friend. Could it work when he's also jealous with the thought alone?
I really loved Austin. He wasn't afraid to go after what he wanted and even though he hated the idea, was there to help his family business. It was inevitable that Ross would be brought into the relationship. There was already chemistry with Austin, but with Evelyn once they met as well.
I loved watching everything unfold, but I have to say I never really cared for Evelyn. She was immature, full of self pity and couldn't make decisions for herself. She was amazing at her job, but very insecure in her personal life. It truly took both men to bring her around and pull her out of her shell. I felt she just put herself first all the time and didn't think about what Austin or Ross wanted. I wanted her to be a little less self absorbed.
I enjoyed reading this book. The ending seemed very abrupt so we could possible see more from these three in the future. I hope we do as I feel like we need something more. I loved how this was written and the easy flow. It wasn't a hard read, trying to figure everything out. Sometimes relationships are hard enough when you're starting out, but add in a third person and it makes for head spinning twists and turns and lots of sexy times!
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