Monday, August 7, 2017

Deliciously Smooth by K.B. Jacobs [Review]

 Deliciously Smooth by K.B. Jacobs
Deliciously Smooth (Naked Brews #1) by K.B. Jacobs
Format: ebook
Source: provided by the author for an honest review
Date read: January 22, 2017

Naked Brews
0.5. Desperately Unprepared
1. Deliciously Smooth - Paperback | Kindle
2. Deliciously Thick
3. Deliciously Bitter

K.B. Jacobs
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
My parents were conmen and I was their tool. I learned how to cheat, connive, and charm my way out of any circumstance. But now I’m respectable...kind of. Yeah, my life is still a lie, but that’s because I have no choice. My best friend, who’s also my boss, needs me to lie to keep our billion-dollar charity going. It’s complicated.

But all the lies are about to end. I just have to finish one final task...taking over a brewery. Easy, right?

Not so much. Because that brewery is part of a custody battle between mother and daughter. The mother owns it. The daughter thinks it should be hers. I’m caught in the middle. Not normally a bad place to be when it comes to two feisty women.

But I’m falling for the daughter and when my lies come to light, everything is going to unravel. And then my future with the brewery and the girl will be shot to hell.

My boss probably won’t be too happy with me either...
Thoughts on Deliciously Smooth: Oh, my. Naked Brews is the type of brewery I wouldn't mind pulling up a bar stool at. Not only is there some choice eye candy hanging around, the ladies sound fantastic. Friendships between ladies make me smile!

I REALLY don't mind the eye candy, either.

*ahem* Right. Let's get to the nitty gritty and see what else is to enjoy about this book. You know, besides brews and slightly duplicitous, but very pretty men and girl power. Lake and Walsh. Lake. And Walsh. She's trying to find her footing after taking over the brewery after her father's death. He's hiding a kinda big secret. Might I just say, Lake REALLY doesn't want to let go of brewery. She might have made a few mistakes, but she's determined to keep the brewery running because it's in her blood.

It takes a while for Walsh to see that. He's so focused on honoring his fallen comrade that he's only looking at the bottom line. With the way Lake's running the company so close to the bone, he thinks he's doing the right thing by stepping in. Then he gets to know her and things progress from there.

Did I mention that thing about the kinda big secret? Because, yeah. That.

A smokin' romance with likable characters. The next book can't come soon enough because OMG! SAY WHAT THERE?!?! So, you know, bring it on.

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