Published: July 14, 2014
This is a classic enemies to lovers story where the two enemies don’t actually want to be enemies. They were set on their path at a young age where the prejudices of their families dictated their decisions. Miranda Sweet is part of the Sweet family in Salvation. The members of this family are basically the trouble makers of the town and Miranda wants nothing to do with them. But when she inherits the Sweet Salvation Brewery from her uncle with her sisters, she decides to return to the town and turn the Brewery around and then sell it to her boss thus earning her a corner office. The plan was actually really good and for a bit in this book I thought that she was going to succeed but it wouldn’t be a small town romance without a few kinks thrown in. Or an enemies to lovers without the enemy of the story showing up. Logan Martin cannot believe that Miranda is back in town and the fact that he is still as attracted to her as he was when she last left him high and dry hasn’t escaped his notice.
I do think that the narrow mindedness of the towns people was a little ridiculous like seriously they needed to just let it go. And Logan shouldn’t have blamed Miranda for leaving him when he basically shamed her for sleeping with him in the first place. It just wasn’t a good plan for his teenage self. I honestly wanted to hit some of the characters though so I definitely felt all of the humiliating moment that Miranda went through but ended up being the stronger and smarter person by the end of the book. I wasn’t sure if I was going to like this series but if the first book is any indication I think the next books will be just as good or better.