on April 11, 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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When his younger brother loses interest in online dating, hot bearded bartender Joe Collins only intends to log into his account and shut it down. Until he reads about her.
Alex Parks is funny, fascinating, and pretty much everything he's been looking for in a woman—except that she lives across the country. Soon they're emailing up a storm and telling each other their deepest, darkest secrets...except the one that really matters.
When Alex pays Joe a surprise visit, however, they both discover that when it comes to love, it's always better with a twist.
Twist, book two of the Dive Bar Series exceeded all my expectations. This catfish love affair was perfect. Laughs, drama, and romance will keep you keep you twisted.
Joe and Alex fell victim to the modern day love affair of the internet. The life that is presented online is never the full story. When Alex ventures to meet her internet love, she ended up with way more than she bargained. for.
This not so conventional love affair was perfect. I was rooting for Joe and Alex every step of the way. Kylie Scott writes one hell of a story and to have the interest even stronger for the second book in a series proves that Ms. Scott has mad skills. All the feelings and all the emotions will keep you twisted for Twist.
Joe and Alex are the couple you want to be friends with. I want to go to the Dive Bar and have drinks with the gang from this series. But their story isn’t all happy go lucky. I love how this books plot was written. It’s new, fresh and exciting. One thing I love about Kylie Scott is the build-up. She sure knows how to write the tension and explosions.
Can I just tell you how much I love Joe? I think he’s my favorite of Kylie’s fictional men. He’s the perfect Lumberjack. This book is filled with lots of laugh out loud moments and sweetness that will have you melting.
Alex is a spitfire and I absolutely love her. As far as heroines go, she is one of my favorites. She’s relatable, realistic, funny and full of sass.
The ending of this book was surprising. I wasn’t ready for the turn it took. I am however grateful for the recovery and that’s all I’m going to say about that. Read it, love it and wish for your own Lumberjack.