Ale’s Fair in Love and War by Sylvie Stewart – Review by Angela Shirley

Ale's Fair in Love and War (Love on Tap, #1)Ale’s Fair in Love and War by Sylvie Stewart
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Cash is one of the owners of blue Bigfoot brewery, they have had peaceful existence until neighbour from hell moves next door.

Hollis has opened her dream, a dog grooming parlour and is just trying to build up her business, so when she enter the pub next door to give away some flyers she did not expect full out war with the owner.

As the practical jokes get more and more elaborate Cash and Hollis start feeling chemistry between them until a misunderstanding causes an explosion in more ways than one.

I love this author’s writing style, she writes warm and rich characters which instantly make there way to your heart and Hollis and Cash are no different. The start of the book just lets you peak in just enough to have you hooked and can put the book down until you find out what happens.

I loved the character of Hollis so sassy and independent wanting to make a life for herself without the trappings of her parents money which was refreshing to read. I loved also Cash and how at the beginning you see him as this gruff man but slowly within the story he becomes a great man and I think I have yet another book boyfriend lol.

I can’t wait to see who is next in this series as all the secondary characters enhance the story even mango.

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