Review: A Taste of You (Bourbon Brothers #3) by Teri Anne Stanley

Synopsis

Office supply addict Eve McGrath's meticulously organised life is on the verge of crashing at her feet. Blue Mountain distillery's new tasting and visitor centre has to be finished pronto or her mother will lose her mind. Good thing Eve likes a challenge—which is exactly what she'll face trying to convince the flaky contractor's hot son to finish the job.

Nick Baker is back in Kentucky just long enough to get his wayward dad back on his feet. Then he's gone. Unfortunately, he can't resist helping Eve, the sexy distiller-in-distress, whose addictive, bourbon-flavoured kisses threaten his carefully constructed boundaries. And if he can't rein himself in, the uncomfortable secrets of past will nail him to the wall...
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Oh wow! It's such a fun read, I absolutely loved this book. It's one of those amazing stories which warm your heart, and make you fall in love. Beautifully written, it has great plot, fun & interesting main characters, and it is very well-written. I'd definitely recommend it to all contemporary romance readers, it's a must read book.

Eve is well-organised. She likes to make notes, plan ahead, and know exactly what she is going to do and when she is going to do it. Right now she is working on a very important project and need her carpenter to show up. When he didn't she has to go and find him. Unfortunately, she found a lot more than a carpenter... or may be I should say fortunately, it depends on how you look at it. In any case now she does have a carpenter, her work is on track, but her heart? That's a different story all together.

Nick doesn't make promises. He likes to take on step at a time, one day at a time. He is all wrong for someone like Eve. He knows that, Eve knows that, everyone knows that and yet those two simply can't resist each other. Nick has to return home sooner or later. He can't stay with his father forever and when he leaves what will happen to Eve and her expectations?

I was given a complimentary copy of this book and I enjoyed it thoroughly. It's a great read so do check it out. :)