Tapped (Brewing Passion, #1) by Liz Crowe – Review by Jana Teppih

Tapped (Brewing Passion, #1)Tapped by Liz Crowe
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Tapped is the first book of Liz Crowe’s Brewing Passion series. It is the first book by this author that I have had an immense pleasure to read. I think you can guess from my previous sentence what I thought of the book – I really liked it and I am looking forward to the next installment, I hope she will not keep us waiting too long!
The book is set in the Midwest and in the never ending battlefield of relationships of people from blue collar world and the privileged world. You could expect something along the stereotypes but Liz is very good at going beyond them. We see some great fireworks between Evelyn and Austin and they are understandable when thinking of how different worlds they come from though both of them carry their own baggage. It is true that money does not buy happiness and it comes with strings.
Another layer of dynamics comes in the form of the relationship among Evelyn, Austin and Ross. I loved the way how the “screwing around and sharing women as young men” grew into something amazing and eventually essential to both Austin and Ross. It was also great to follow Evelyn in her discovery in her relationship with Austin and in her relationship with Austin and Ross.
There are a lot of extremely erotic scenes but they are well written and they feel true to the characters involved in them… it is never without the emotions.
There is a lot of passion and love and doubt in this story and it keeps you on a rollercoaster until the last page. It felt as if the ending was a bit abrupt but on the other hand, there will be another book!

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