Enemies on Tap

Enemies on Tap

by Avery Flynn


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ISBN-13: 9781500812904
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/14/2014
Series: Sweet Salvation Brewery
Pages: 220
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.90(h) x 1.00(d)

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Enemies on Tap (a Sweet Salvation Brewery Novel) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 47 reviews.
Bette313 More than 1 year ago
Another fun sexy read from Avery Flynn! This is a great combination of enemies to lovers and second chance stories with a Romeo and Juliet flair. The characters are fun and lively and the small town of Salvation is brought to life by the writing. Can't wait to read more as each of the Sweet sisters return! Great entertaining read I highly recommend.
ShellySmall More than 1 year ago
This was an outstanding book... In a small town where everyone knows everything how can people see who you are and not what your last name might mean to everyone? Well that is what Miranda Sweet was trying to do. She and her sisters were trying to turn around the family brewery, but was met with a lot of obstacles.. Miranda's main one seems to be Logan Martin who she has a past with.. With a deadline, a bet, and a town against her will Miranda fail or overcome her obstacles? Is there a HEA? Read to find out and more you wont be sorry! The Book was well written with easy following plot and characters you love and hate. Once you start this book you wont be able to put it down.
DeleneY More than 1 year ago
Avery Flynn's newest book is brewed to perfection!! A small town, both Logan Martin and Miranda Sweet are given that second chance at love , they just don't realize it right away. Can they forgive and forget hurts and betrayals. Miranda returns home after the death of her Uncle Julian to save the family brewery "Sweet Salvation Brewery". Miranda left Salvation VA right after High School. Went away to college and planned on never returning. The Sweet family were known for the "crazies" in the family. Constantly the feed for the small town gossip mill. Miranda was going to get in town, fix the problems at the brewery and get the hell out and back to her successful job in the big city. Logan,his family has always owned the Bank in Salvation, his father has been forced to retire because of his health and Logan has now stepped in to run the bank. After funding is pulled for the project by Miranda's current employer. Miranda is forced to go to the bank for funding. Logan is determined not to help Miranda financially. There is a history between these two. The chemistry so hot fans and a big glass of your favorite cold beverage are needed when reading this book! Ms Flynn has written a book with suspense, searing sexy steamy love scenes and the satisfaction in a great ending!! I can't wait for the next book in this series! Reviewed by Delene Yochum
bc2mc3 More than 1 year ago
I love all of Avery Flynn's books, and am so happy that she has started a new series.  If other books are as fun to read as this one, it is going to be a great series.  This new book is about a beer brewery in Salvation, Va.  The Martins and the Sweets, founders of the town, have been in a feud for generations.  The Martins were the staid, banker type family, and the Sweets were the crazy family.  The Sweet family owned the brewery and after the death of an Uncle who ran it, he left it to Triplet nieces.  This first book is about one of the triplets,  Miranda Sweet, who has the idea that she will get the brewery back in shape and then hand it off to the big corporation she works for.  Logan Martin wants to buy the brewery and put it out of business to build an industrial park.  Logan and Miranda have a history dating back to high school when everyone in the town found out they'd had sex. This is a great Second Chance romance and as always, Ms. Flynn has woven that romance into a fun story about a small town and all it's nosiness.  I loved this book!  The writing is good, the plot believable and I thought it was a joy to read. Thanks to Ms. Flynn. For giving me an ARC of this for an honest review! 
PurdueLiz More than 1 year ago
Old flames rekindled. Enemies turned lovers. Miranda Sweet couldn't wait to get out of Dodge, or in her case, Salvation. But when her uncle dies and leaves his run-down brewery to her and her triplet sisters that's just where she finds herself. In a town where her family names has its own reputation, it's the last place she wants to be facing the last man she really wants to see. (Even if seeing him gets her all amped up.) Logan Martin did a number on her and she's none too happy to be dealing with him again. A sassy story of hard work, redemption, and love, this one is not to be missed. Looking forward to reading the next installments to see what happens with Sweet Salvation Brewery.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Avery Flynn's novel Enemies on Tap is as refreshing as an ice cold beer on a hot summer day. The town of Salvation is everything you hate in a small town at first glance, but everything you love when you discover it's heart. At first I wasn't sure Flynn could redeem her hero, Logan, enough to satisfy me. But I was oh, so wrong. She turned his pompous ass around in the best Romeo and Juliet story I've read this year. Thank God, it doesn't end in tradegy ;). Congrats to Flynn for making the town prince, a reader's choice to wear the crown.
Alwaysscrappin More than 1 year ago
I love pulling for the underdog - who doesn't? Enemies on Tap has a beautiful underdog, Miranda Sweet, and it seems as if the entire town of Salvation is ready for her and her sisters to leave. Miranda and her sisters inherit a failing brewery when her uncle passes away. Her aim is to bring the Brewery back to life, make it profitable, and leave town again. Oh, the best laid plans often go awry. This book made me laugh, sigh and literally “boo” a particular scene. For those who like Jill Shalvis or Kristen Higgins, you will enjoy Avery Flynn. I am very much looking forward to the next book in the series
BlushingReader More than 1 year ago
3.5 stars Enemies on Tap is the first book in a new series about the Sweet Salvation Brewery and my first book by Avery Flynn which is based on the enemies to lovers romance trope.  I am always fascinated how authors take two characters that can't stand each other and turn it around to have them fall in love.  Avery Flynn does a great job messing with the readers' emotions in Enemies on Tap, reading about Miranda and Logan's journey to love was a fast paced and fun time and I was hooked from the beginning! Salvation, Virginia isn't exactly your typical Anywhere, USA small town, but it does have a quirky charm that keep my attention and looking forward to meeting the town's cast of characters.  Salvation's two founding families the Sweets and the Martins are in a long standing feud and the town has definitely written off the Sweet family and all its members.  While at times it was hard to read such small-minded hatred for someone based solely on their last name, I have to say Avery Flynn wrote in some funny scenes and gave us a pretty tough skinned heroine in Miranda that more than made up for it.  Logan starts as a hero you love to hate and then (quickly) decides that he doesn't have to follow how is has always been done and rethinks his attitude.   Enemies on Tap was a quick story to read (I think I had it read in two hours) the characters were interesting, different and sometimes hard to connect with and the town is one that slowly starts to grow on you.   While I did feel that some of the story was rushed, it did deliver a enjoyable read that has me looking forward to the next book in this series.  I am excited to read more about the town of Salvation and the Sweet Salvation Brewery sisters! This was my first book by Avery Flynn and I will definitely be on the look out for more from this author, I really enjoyed her writing style.  If you are in the mood for a quick, witty story about overcoming your pre-destined role in a small town then I recommend Enemies on Tap, it is a quick read that will leave you smiling.
LindaTownsend More than 1 year ago
Sweet Salvation! ENEMIES ON TAP by Avery Flynn is the first book in her new Sweet Salvation Brewery series. It reminded me of the Hatfields' vs the McCoys' feud one minute and of Romeo's and Juliet's forbidden love the next. It's the second-chance-at-romance story of Miranda Sweet and Logan Martin in small town Salvation, Virginia. “West Virginia had the Hatfield and the McCoys. Shakespeare had the Capulets and the Montagues. Salvation had the Martins and the Sweets.”  My full review has been published at Reading Between The Wines Book Club. 
Staci70 More than 1 year ago
I loved this book about first love revisited. Miranda and Logan's story had a real Romeo and Jukiet feel to it, although no one died in this version! It was a great story about family redemption. I fell in love with some of the secondary characters, and truly hated a few others! I cannot wait to see what is in store for Miranda's two sisters in books to come.
xrayer0 More than 1 year ago
Once again Avery Flynn writes and awesome book that combines sexual tension, heated arguments, love, mystery and danger all wrapped up in the pages you have to keep turning to see what happens next. Miranda has a last name that is not talked about favorably in the small town she grew up in but that does not stop this smart, strong willed, snarky mouthed women who rolls back into town to make a success of the Sweet Salvation Brewing company. No one is going to stop her including her high school crush Logan Martin. Logan wants the land to build and industrial park on and goes head to head with Miranda but she still get under his skin and even though he wants his plan to be a success he can't help his feeling for Miranda that come rushing back. Two people want their dreams but want each other. Can the outcome be a good one? The town plots against Miranda Sweet but in the end.... while you will just have to read it to see. Another great book by Avery Flynn that has great characters and a fast moving plot with just enough suspense to keep you guessing and reading.
sbart84 More than 1 year ago
A great start to a new series. A page turner, could not put it down. Enemies to Lovers story. Loved the dialog between these two, laughing out loud at times. Oh, did I mention hot sex scenes too. This book is the best if you are drinking a cold beer as reading. Can't wait to return to Salvation!!
TobiForgetHousework More than 1 year ago
First thoughts after… Love, love love How distracted did I get? Enemies on Tap is a fun, addictive contemporary romance with a teeny bit of suspense mixed in.   Miranda is determined to show she and her sisters aren't like the rest of her family in the town of Salvation, bad news.  She's smart and sassy with a good heart.  Her relationship with her sisters and Ruby Sue the diner owner are fun to watch. At first I wasn't sure about Logan, but he quickly grew on me.   He's sexy, smart and a good friend.  His friendship with Hud is funny and supportive.   Hud is a diamond in the rough but he's got me hooked and wanting to know more and hoping to see a book about him!  Sean the assistant brewmaster had me drawn in as well.  I think he has huge  potential and wishing I saw more of him as well with more interaction with Natalie, Miranda's sister.   Avery Flynn definitely knows how to write great characters, major and minor, and leaving you wanting  more every time!
Grandma_Tami More than 1 year ago
This book has history Love Fighting and Beer Fighting for Love is always worth it I really enjoyed this book! I can not wait to see what happens next In Salvation with the Sweet sisters! Really hoping the next one is who I think :D . Makes me re think the whole not liking beer thing lol ( yes I do not like beer ) BUT I Really Enjoyed this book! and cant wait for more! If you have not read any of Avery's books yet this one is a god place to start for it is 1st in a series but ALL her books are worth the read
DiiMI More than 1 year ago
Grab a lounge chair, your pom-poms to root for the heroine and get ready for romantic reading bliss when two young lovers reconnect on opposite sides of the political/financial fence as adults and send their small town into a frenzied knot! Enemies on Tap by Avery Flynn could actually make me like beer, it is that good, that full of the flavor of turmoil and feuding, all that with only a hint of low angst. Miranda Sweet comes back to the town who made her life a nightmare to turn the brewery she and her sisters inherited around, partly to thumb her nose at the small-minded souls in Salvation and mostly to earn her a corner office at the financial firm she works at. Logan Martin runs the family banking business, and is the big fish in Salvation’s little pond. Logan and Miranda lost their virginity to each other as teens, Logan got a few winks and Miranda was labeled trash, just like her entire family. But their virginity wasn’t all they lost that night, they each lost their heart to the other, but, like the Hatfields and McCoys, there was no future, so why mention it? Miranda is no longer the shrinking violet, and this powerful and determined woman is a force to be reckoned with. When Logan uses his position to block her loan for his own selfish reasons, little does he know what he has unleashed on his town and his heart. Way to go, Avery Flynn! From first page to last, this ride through the tunnel of love is more like a ride on the rapids, just before the falls! Miranda is a woman to look up to, not wallowing in her past, she uses those memories to fuel her determination and grit. Logan never stood a chance! Each scene feels like a small town, lost in rumors, selective memories of the past and fear of change, all while blindly following the political machine with its own agenda. Ms. Flynn has the gift of the pen, creating a fun romantic read that, while the end is not a mystery, the journey to that point is! She has created a magnetic read with her rapid-fire style that deserves to be read!
brookeblogs More than 1 year ago
Enemies on Tap by Avery Flynn is the first in a new contemporary series about the Sweet Salvation Brewing Company. I.freakin.LOVED.it! Miranda Sweet comes back to her hometown of Salvation after learning that she and her sisters have inherited the floundering Sweet Salvation Brewing Company. The Sweet family are somewhat notorious in Salvation as wild, bad luck and just generally in trouble all of the time, though Miranda and her two sisters are not necessarily like that. (side note: I liked that Miranda was a triplet, I thought that added an interesting flair to the story.) Other than their bad family history in town, Miranda also has to deal with the super hot boy who broke her heart: Logan Martin. The Sweets and the Martins have a long history of feuding. Being in charge of the local bank with his father, Logan is in a position to deny Miranda the funds she needs to turn the brewery around. But he doesn't count on falling for her harder than he knew possible. This story is sassy, sexy, hot and humorous. I highlighted so many parts in this book while reading...Avery really nails it with these characters, the settings and the flow of the story. I cannot wait to read the next one. Fantastic! I received an ARC for review purposes.
scrappytabby More than 1 year ago
OMG!!! This book is one of my favorite reads of the summer. Avery Flynn sure knows how to write a sweet& sultry book for sure. In this book Miranda Sweet a triplet comes back home to Salvation, Virginia to help salvage her father's Brewery. Upon trying to get support she runs into Logan Martin her old high school flame. Logan who wants nothing to do with a Sweet because they are nothing but trouble refused to help her out and along with the town are out to get her. With lots of twists and turns in this book will Logan and Miranda surrender themselves and put the Sweet/Martin debacle behind them and zero in on the one thing that matters LOVE. If you don't read anything else this summer read this one you will not be disappointed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enemies on Tap by Avery Flynn is a rile-you-up, heat you up, make you sigh with envy type of Romance! It is about two special people, one from the “wrong” side of the tracks and one from the “right” side of the tracks, and the story about how the  town’s divide was finally joined. Take Miranda Sweet, with her light brown hair, full lips, Caribbean blue eyes, long tanned legs,  one with a purple tattoo by her ankle, and a curvy body, and lots of heart, smarts and get up and go. Add Logan Martin, with his  square jaw, broad shoulders, Mahogany brown hair, tanned face, well developed muscles and his ambition to make the town better  and you have a volcano that erupts daily. Miranda and Logan have a past and Sweet Salvation’s Brewery resurrection brings out  the best and worst in them and other people in the town. They both have bosses that make their lives miserable. Most of us can  probably identify with their situation. Love their chemistry. There is also Ruby Sue and I have known a woman like her. Love her  spunk, and her restaurant, The Kitchen Sink and the fact that Ruby Sue’s Pecan Pie is famous throughout the town! She is like  a spirited grandmother who watches over her brood but in this case, it is the entire town. I also love Hud, Logan’s childhood friend, and Shaun O'Dell, the one employee at Sweet Salvation Brewery who is quiet but observant, mysterious and a very loyal  man. These are two more “hunks” that would go well with Miranda’s two sisters, Natalie and Olivia, who make up the Sweet triplets.  All three sisters become involved in the resurrection of their brewery and with that, the town.  Uncle Julian knew what he was doing by leaving it to them! Can’t wait to read the next two smokin hot books in this series!!  left by CWLCL
cnapper67 More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved this book. Miranda Sweet and Logan Martin have a long history, most of which is not pleasant. Historically the Sweet  and Martin families don't get along. However, no matter how hard they try to stay apart there is a strong attraction pulling them together.  Miranda is back in Salvation to save the brewery that she and her sisters have inherited from her uncle. If she can make it profitable she gets a promotion and a corner office. Logan is determined to see Miranda fail because he needs the land for an industrial park. Neither one of them was counting on falling in love. Is love enough when most of a town is against you?  I loved the secondary characters as well and can't wait to go back to Salvation, Virginia and read their stories.  I would highly recommend this book to anyone who loves small towns and second chance love stories. Definitely a must-read.
Nicolerko More than 1 year ago
Another winner by Avery!! Loved the humor always an added bonus! I started this one afternoon at 4 and stayed up until midnight to finish because I just couldn't put it down. I did want to smack the hero Logan a couple of times. Miranda wanted to stay far away from Salvation and the name her family made for itself there, but fate has other ideas. Miranda and her two sisters have inherited the family brewery from their uncle. A whole lot of problems are in their future. The town dead set against them reviving it. Can Miranda return home and changed the view the town has of Sweets. And will Logan learn his lesson from the first time around with his romance of Miranda only time will tell
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hard to read through this felt bored and couldn't get into it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ho Hum I tried to get interested in these characters. Didn't happen.
nelriv More than 1 year ago
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Loved the chemistry of Logan and Miranda. Poor Miranda is a Sweet in a town that hates her family due to their shenanigans. Miranda along with her sisters leave town, but when there uncle dies and leaves them the brewery they return. Their is humor, love, and chaos. And finally admittance of how they feel. Now lets read Natalie's story
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I must be in the minority here because I was not impressed with this book at all. This was the first time I read anything from this author but wanted to give the story a shot based on all of the 4-5 star reviews. There were so many things wrong with this story. First, it was written in 3rd person POV but the perspective would change from paragraph to paragraph. It was hard to follow whose thoughts we were privy to. I didn't like the H at all. He went from being a bully who blackmailed everyone in town and did underhanded things to get what he wanted to wanting to save the day. I didn't buy it. The h started off with a backbone but lost it quickly as soon as the H started paying attention to her. She went from a fiesty, smart, woman with an MBA and a goal to a giggling school girl as soon as the H flexed his muscles. I found myself just not caring about these characters or how the story ended. I just skimmed the second half of the book just to finish it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago