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Twist (Dive Bar #2) by Kylie Scott - 5 Stars

Twist, Kylie Scott
And the Kylie Scott obsession continues...
I knew I was going to like this, there was no doubt in my mind. After all... I love everything Kylie Scott writes. But this... this was even better than expected. This book had all the things necessary for an epic romance novel.

The Blurb:
When his younger brother loses interest in online dating, hot, bearded, bartender extraordinaire, Joe Collins, only intends to log into his account and shut it down. Until he reads about her.

Alex Parks is funny, friendly, and pretty much everything he's been looking for in a woman. And in no time at all they're emailing up a storm, telling each other their deepest darkest secrets... apart from the one that really matters.

And when it comes to love, serving it straight up works better than with a twist.

As per usual with Kylie Scott it had plenty of funny light hearted moments as well as a heart melting worthy romance! There is very little chance (none in my personal opinion) that you will not like both main characters. 

Alex is a determined woman, for better and for worse. She is also courageous. I mean, who just pack and go to meet a guy miles and miles away that you only knew through the internet? Oh... wait... me! I did that. Married to the duche now... 🤣 As you can tell, I have personal reasons for liking her! 

Joe did a very wrong thing, but it is impossible to dislike him for it, he is such a sweet guy. He is honest, hardworking, reliable... he may not be the kind of guy (look wise) that Alex usually goes for, but their romance goes to show how much personality can change the way you see someone. 

Their friendship was spot on too and I loved that they tried that first, that they were friends before they gave into their attraction. 

But... I confess that my favorite part was when she went to Nell's wedding and Mal from the Stage Dive series opened the door. I literally screamed! I am so so soooo not ready to say goodbye to my Stage Dive boys, so finding Jimmy and Mal there with the kiddos put a massive smile on my face. 

Bring on Chaser ---that's the next book for you that hide under a rock!!!! 🤣---

Twist, Kylie Scott


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