Every family has one—the black sheep, the problem child, the prodigal. But Dominic Sean Love could teach all of those guys a lesson or two. Stuck in the middle of a boisterous group of siblings, he’s given “acting out” a new meaning from the day he drew his first breath.
While he’s the one son who follows his strict father’s footsteps into the Love family business, he’s also the one who butts heads with him the hardest. Their epic clashes are the stuff of family legend. But they have made peace and work side by side to take Love Brewing to the next level of success.
Until Dominic does the one thing his father can never forgive.
Diana Brantley has been Dominic’s friend, girlfriend and ex-girlfriend so many times she’s lost count. When he shows up at the farm she’s slowly transforming into a wildly popular farm-to-table resource for restaurants all over the U.S. her first impulse is to shoot first and ask questions later. But she doesn’t. And their lives entwine once more, for good, bad and ugly.
About the Author
Amazon best-selling author, beer blogger, brewery marketing expert, mom of three, and soccer fan, Liz Crowe is a Kentucky native and graduate of the University of Louisville currently living in Ann Arbor. She has decades of experience in sales and fund raising, plus an eight-year stint as a three-continent, ex-pat trailing spouse. Her early forays into the publishing world led to a groundbreaking fiction subgenre, “Romance for Real Life,” which has gained thousands of fans and followers interested less in the “HEA” and more in the “WHA” (“What Happens After?”). More recently she is garnering even more fans across genres with her latest novels, which are more character-driven fiction, while remaining very much “real life.” With stories set in the not-so-common worlds of breweries, on the soccer pitch, in successful real estate offices and at times in exotic locales like Istanbul, Turkey, her books are unique and told with a fresh voice. The Liz Crowe backlist has something for any reader seeking complex storylines with humor and complete casts of characters that will delight, frustrate and linger in the imagination long after the book is finished. Don’t ever ask her for anything “like a Budweiser” or risk bodily injury.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Domonic really is a bad a** and diane loves him that way. Lots of problems and some surprises. One big surprise in a sa d way. I still dislike all the swearing but enjoy the series..
This is the third book in this series and I think you should read them in order to fully understand what is happening. This book is by far the most emotional so far. Dominic is bipolar and is constantly stops taking his meds and then starts taking them again. This book does a little back and forth. They start in the here and now then go back in time throughout the book. They do it so you can fully understand what is happening between Dom and Diana. They were friends from a very young age and then transitioned into something more. But Dom kept hurting Diana emotionally. Diana would always let back Dom back into her life when he came back searching for comfort from his latest screw up. They play this game for a long time. I think Dom truly loves Diana and always has but his feelings were so strong he couldn’t deal with them so he kept hurting her so that he never had to acknowledge his feelings or fully let her in. Dom has been fighting himself for so long hating the way he is but not being able to change it. It gets a little better after his thing with Kent and then moving in with Diana. Diana brings out the very best in him and quiets the darkness inside him. She accepts him just the way as he knowing she will probably wind up getting hurt but does it anyway. I really loved Dom and Diana’s story. It was moving and kind of inspirational. Dom completely changes over the course of the book and becomes the man he is with Diana all the time. Dom deals with being an outcast from his family for most of the book because of being Bi-sexual and his father being very homophobic. It is hard for his dad to accept the way Dom is because of the way his father was raised. I can’t say enough about this book or the series. It is a must read series for sure. Liz Crowe is a great author and she writes a story that really pulls you in and makes you wants be a part of thebook. I was given this book in return for an honest review.