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Overview

The beer's not the only thing getting tapped.  

Callie:   

I have a secret. It'll get me fired if my boss ever finds out...which shouldn't be a problem except for one thing: my coworker, Reid Morgan. He's cocky, aggravating, and that hot-as-sin mouth simultaneously makes me want to slap him and melt into the mattress. Now that he's discovered my secret, he's doing everything in his power to take my job.   

Reid:

I have a problem: my pint-sized spitfire of a coworker who's primed to take my promotion. She's infuriating, sexy as hell, and I just can't seem to keep my hands off her. Now, we're both vying for the same position...and only one of us can come out on top.

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ISBN-13: 9781721364473
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Publication date: 11/13/2018
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 6.75(h) x 0.50(d)

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Tap That 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Kindle_Loving_Mom More than 1 year ago
I loved this sexy, funny, enemies-to-lovers romance. Such a great collaboration between these two authors. Reid Morgan has been lead bartender at On Tap for 5 years. But, he wants more. He's been taking business classes, with an eye on saving up enough to open his own place. But meanwhile, with the retirement of the restaurant's longtime manager, he knows the open job should be his. But, before he gets a chance to ask for it, SHE shows up. The owner has already hired a new management trainee, without even considering Reid, and he is livid. Who better to take that anger out on than the new girl, Callie, who he finds to be a complete fraud. Callie NEEDS this job. If she can't keep it, she'll have to go back home to work for her parents firm. She cannot let that happen. Her family is horrible, and stuck up, and they constantly make her feel bad about herself, and her life decisions. She refuses to go back to that. So, she might have told a teensy lie on her resume, which happened to get her hired at a brew pub. She not only doesn't know anything about beer, she HATES beer. It makes her nauseous to even think about drinking it. She figures she'll fake it till she makes it, which might have worked, if not for Reid. He spots her lies right away and he is less than pleased that a total fraud has taken the job that should have been his, and now he has to train her too. Needless to say, sparks fly, and not always the fun kind. Reid and Callie's chemistry is more than they can ignore, even when they're busy ranting at each other, and trying to one-up the other. They are constantly sniping, and when their chemistry explodes, they aren't sure what to do in the aftermath. Callie often lets her mouth and attitude run away with her, but you could hardly blame her with the way Reid was treating her. Reid's behavior, while often horrible, was understandable, when looked at from his perspective of this fake of a girl coming out of nowhere and taking his job. He usually realized when he was being a total jerk, but often it was too late to stop it. Both of their actions were relatable and I understood the issues from both sides, even when I wanted to give each of them a good smack. I enjoyed some of the side characters in the story, especially Reid's Grandma, one of the bar regulars, and Callie's best friend. They brought more fun and entertaining situations to the story that I liked a lot. But Reid and Callie were definitely the stars of the show. Even though they knew their jobs were on the line for fraternizing, they couldn't stay away from each other. I loved their interactions when they actually stopped sniping at each other long enough to be sweet and genuine. When everything blows up between them, it was super rough to witness. But, I do love me a good grovel, and Reid gives good grovel. His campaign to win Callie back was truly heartwarming, and I also liked that she made him work for it. Lovestruck indeed. I've read Jennifer Blackwood before, but never RC Boldt. I feel like their styles meshed together perfectly though. The book was seamless, and I would be thrilled to read something else from them. This was a great, funny, sweet, and sexy book, and I truly enjoyed it.
HEChapter More than 1 year ago
4-1/2 Stars! Snarky, Smart, Entertaining and Just Plain FUN! ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ FOUR & 1/2 - STAR ✩ REVIEW ✩ ✩ ✩ ✩ > > Judging a Book by it's Cover > Looking Deeper Alternating first-person, clearly defined, easy to follow. Reid had been working at ON TAP for five years when the position of Bar Manager became available. He figured he stood a good chance at getting the promotion and knew he'd worked hard to prove himself capable. However, when his boss brought in Callie, he was resentful and determined to prove she did not belong there. Callie needed a job fast. Fresh out of business school, she embellished her resume to secure the position at On Tap in order to keep from having to work at her parents' firm. She had no idea that the hot lead bartender was vying for the position before she arrived. And she had no idea just how quickly he'd uncovered her biggest secret. This story could not quite be called an enemies-to-lovers trope, but it definitely was a competitors-to-lovers story. The attraction between them was strong from the start although they outwardly fought one another at every step. The characters themselves were rich and complex. The plot was dynamic and filled with content that spanned many of the emotions, providing a full and satiating experience. Hot sexiness was moderately supplied. There were complications to their relationship from the get-go but they handled MOST of it in a mature manner. The rest was resolved in a timely manner in the best way they could. Predictability was low. The conclusion was solid enough to appease the "HEA" readers with no cliffhanger. All in all, while there was a lot of bantering and snark between Reid and Callie, this was NOT so drama- or angst-laden where it would feel annoying. It was a solid RomCom and I'd highly recommend it. . Rating: [R] ~ Score: 4.4 ~ Stars: 4.5, if I could! ========================== ⭐ ⭐ **** Disclosure of Material: I received a copy of this book from the promoter and the Author/Publisher with the hope that I would voluntarily leave unbiased and unsolicited feedback. I was not asked, encouraged, or required to leave a review - nor was I compensated in any way. I am posting this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising". ***** ⭐ ⭐
Hershey07 More than 1 year ago
Perfect combination of sexy, sweet, romance, and humor!!! I LOVED this enemies to lovers story! Callie and Reid have huge amounts of chemistry, equal parts hate and lust, at least in the beginning. Reid has been head bartender at the bar, Tap That, for years. He finally thinks he has his promotion to manager locked up. Until he doesn’t. He meets with his boss thinking this is it! But, he meets his new manager-in-training, Callie. Callie needs a job in a bad way which sometimes makes a person desperate which is exactly what she is. So, she lies. She claims to be a beer expert. The truth is she doesn’t know a thing about beer. In fact, she hates it. She knows she has made an enemy in Reid, so she will have to be on top of her game if she wants to keep this job. Reid catches on pretty quick, and he realizes Callie knows nothing about beer. He thinks he’s got her right where he wants her, so it shouldn’t be too hard to expose her. However, as he spends more time with her, he is equally attracted to her as much as he hates her. She somehow gets under his skin, and that is what I love about Reid. He has such a good heart! Instead of trying to hurt her, he tries to help her, getting her out of some hilarious predicaments. You’ll know exactly what I mean when Callie finds herself performing as a clown at a child’s birthday party! HILARIOUS!!!!! Reid’s good deeds don’t stop there. He goes to senior bingo with his grandmother. How could I not fall in love with Reid? Oh my goodness, Callie is HYSTERICAL! She is constantly getting herself in trouble, and Reid, being her knight-in-shining armor comes to her rescue. She is also beautiful, but she doesn’t realize how truly beautiful she is! Like Reid, she has a heart of gold. Their hearts are definitely what make them soulmates, even if it takes them a while to realize that! This was the perfect romantic comedy. Watching Callie and Reid fall in love was pretty humorous as well as heartwarming. Callie and Reid were great characters, both trying to find their way both personally and professionally. The addition of great secondary characters, such as Bert and Reid’s grandma, made the book even better. I loved the fact that the bar, Tap That, was in a sense a character. It was a big part of the plot. And, I loved the fact that the title of this book was EXACTLY what the book was about…clever name with double-meanings!!!! Thanks, ladies, for a wonderful afternoon spent with a wonderful book and great characters!!! ***Read and Reviewed for Devilishly Delicious Book Reviews***
CeeCeeHouston More than 1 year ago
4.5 stars for enemies to lovers romance. Sometimes, a book comes along that you really love. It’s sharp, it’s funny and it’s sexy. But, alas, the hero isn’t quite up to scratch. He’s subpar. Reid is that hero… or should I say anti-hero? I really didn’t like Reid at the start of this book. He was an arrogant pig, selfish, and frankly, he didn’t deserve a HEA with Callie. Reid’s a barman at a bar brewery called On tap. He’s hoping to get a promotion to manager as the last one has just left. But, he’s in for a surprise in the sexy shape of Callie. And for Reid, it’s not a good surprise. Okay, so he was pissed off with his boss because he didn’t get the job he’d been hoping for. But to take it out on Callie. That was a truly douchey move. Callie admittedly, is a little to blame. She has overbearing, pretentious parents who want her to work for their company. Callie doesn’t want that, so she’d fudge the truth a bit, okay, a lot. A whole heck of a lot on her resume, and that’s how she got hired to be the new manager. Reid soon suspects something is off with Callie with regards to the jon she is being trained to do-- by him. He even plans to set her up to fail, but all the while, he’s imagining sexy interludes with her. There’s plenty of sarcastic, sometimes caustic banter between these two. Callie isn’t shy at giving back what Reid throws at her, and it certainly ramped up the sexual tension. There’s no denying the chemistry they share. It’s hot and heavy, even when it’s just in Reid’s head. There were some funny moments in this part and I started to warm up to Reid,even allowing him a by in his attitude toward Callie initially. Because he made me laugh, he made me smile and yes. He got me hot and steamed up with his roving eye and lusty imagination. After Callie’s been on her probationary period for a little while, they finally get to spend some time together and really hit it off and Reid starts to have feelings for her. They seemed to click, they talked and laughed, the sex was great and they were getting into their groove. Unfortunately, there is a standing no-fraternization policy at On Tap. Other’s have been fired before when they were caught out, so Reid and Callie know they have to keep their burgeoning romance on the back-burner when at work. But, otherwise, they can do what they want, as long as no one sees them. Will the clock run out before they really have a chance. Then, the morning after they’ve had the best sex yet, Reid gets a call from Tom, the owner of the bar and just like that, he flicks a switch and all his emotions are turned off. He’s back to being a total jerk. I even said it as I was reading. ‘HE DID NOT JUST GO THERE!!!! But, sadly, folks, yes. Yes, he did. Part of me wanted to DNF, right there and then, but I didn’t. I kept going and Reid just kept digging his hole deeper and deeper though. His best friend tried to get him to see the light but, no go. The scene in Warner’s pub with Callie and the karaoke. I totally called it on the song she picked. This was Reid’s chance to fix things between them, but… OMG!!! Poor Callie. She should have just left. But her parents were the worst of the two evils so she stayed. When Reid finally got his head out of his backside, he tries to make it up to her. Callie isn’t that easy though and throws his attempt back in his face. For the first time EVER, part of me wanted the guy’s BFF to pick up the pieces and steal the girl’s heart. Will this be the case. Or can Reid climb