Tap by Georgia Cates


Any time Beth recommends I read a book, I always know I’m going to enjoy it. She knows what I like and she has impeccable taste. So it’s no surprise to me that I tapquickly fell in love with Tap: A Lovibond Novel by Georgia Cates.

Lovibond Brewery is owned and run by three men: Tap {a.k.a. Lucas}, Stout {a.k.a. Oliver or Ollie} and Porter {er, Porter}. Tap is the story of Lucas + Lawrence, Stout’s sister. Lawrence, a.k.a. Lawry, a.k.a. Wren {yes, this book loves its nicknames!} is Ollie’s older sister and after growing up in a disfunctional home until the ages of 10 and 6, respectively, they have a bond far greater than most siblings.

Tap + Wren are brought together in an unusual way, but from the minute they begin spending time together, it is clear that there is a natural attraction and connection between the two. In fact, ‘natural’ was the word I kept coming back to throughout. Both Tap + Wren have interesting, if not somewhat over-the-top backgrounds, and yet, neither of their stories, nor their bond, felt forced in any way. Everything just flowed. Everything just worked and made sense.

Given their histories, I believe this could have felt much more angsty. It didn’t. Tap was a great reading experience and enjoyable the entire way through.

I would be remiss if I didn’t touch on Tap + Wren’s physical connection. While their day-to-day connection always felt like they were just so right for each other, their sexual connection was off the charts. Their inner thoughts during the sexy times often gave me stomach flutters. The way they were together made me swoon and sigh. The way these two bonded on every level just made it feel as though they were destined for each other. They just fit and seemed to complete each other in every way.

Stout, book two, is out and I can’t wait to read it. Porter looks like it was supposed to come out in the fall of 2016, but did not, so I don’t know if this series will ever be completed. That still won’t stop me from reading Stout and does nothing in the way of making me regret reading Tap.

As of 5.4.17, Tap and Stout are available on Kindle Unlimited.

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