Published by LLC on March 6th 2018
Genres: New Adult, adult, Romantic Comedy, contemporary, Romance
Source: eARC from Author
The beer's not the only thing getting tapped.
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.
I have a problem: my pint-size 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.
Tap That is a standalone romantic comedy from authors Jen Blackwood and RC Boldt. This is the first book I have read by this author combo, though I have read individual books from both authors and I have really enjoyed them. Tap That is a book that takes place in a brewery and it is a good ole fashioned co-workers romance that was a whole lot of fun! I really enjoyed this book and I hope to see more from this author combo in the future.
Reid and Callie are both after a promotion at work. I really liked reading about their competition and eventually about their chemistry and romance. The work place setting and the characters sold this story for me. I loved the laid back brewery setting. But then you take that and pit it against the competition Reid and Callie face going after the same position. It all worked really well for me. Throw in some steamy times and some well placed humor and this book was a hit with me.
Tap That is a quick read that is brimming with chemistry, humor and lots of fun. It is a quick book that can easily be read in one short sitting. I think I knocked this book out in about 2 1/2 hours. I liked that it was a quick, satisfying read but by the end, I was enjoying myself so much that I wish their story would have gone on for a little longer. Overall, Tap That was a quick feel good read that I had a lot of fun with. Fans of romantic comedies will like this author combo. Whether you are a fan of either author or new to both of their works, Tap That is a great quick read to pick up. It’s a great way to spend a few hours.