Sunday, March 18, 2012

Specific Gravity (Brewing Passion 3.5) by Liz Crowe

Trent and Lisa have a sizzling-hot physical relationship. Ever since they first met, it's been a nonstop, hands-on fest. Perfect for him, he thinks, coming off a rancorous divorce. But lately, it feels like something more—and it terrifies him.

Lisa knows Trent is the man she wants but is too independent and stubborn to make him believe it. He has to figure it out on his own. Their shared love of craft beer and specific expertise in the business do make them a good match, and the sex? It's off the charts.

Specific Gravity is a crucial moment in the beer-brewing process—a turning point upon which successful outcomes depend. Lisa hopes Trent will go to the next level with her and isn't about to force him, but the moment of truth has arrived. Can he admit his true feelings before it's too late?

Reviewer: Dolce Amore
This is the part of Brewing Passion’s series, but can be read as a stand-alone book.

After a disastrous marriage, Franklin Trent got frighten when he realized that he was in love with Lisa after just a couple of months. Therefore, he’d became hard to reach, busy, unable to meet up. Will they be able to fix it and save their relationship?

This was a short and sweet story. I really enjoyed it. I felt Trent’s doubts and fears, and Lisa’s pain and anger. For a short story, this is an awesome one. I give it 4.5 stars and I’m waiting for Ms. Liz Crowe’s next release.

Publisher: Breathless Press
Review Courtesy Of: ManicReaders


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