5 out of 5 stakes!!
Damn this book is great.
This book is told from two point of views. I really honestly appreciate when an author does this sometimes. Because I want to know what both characters or more are thinking. And when meet Colin not going to lie I kind of pictures Colin Farrell at the start. Colin left the family behind when his dad died. For 3 years he disappeared. Being back only a year and he is still trying to prove to his family he can do more and he’s not leaving. But Ryan his younger brother is not letting up much or trusting he can handle the family bar.
In walks Elizabeth who is all business like and trying to secretly redo her dad’s bar. With a complete make over. Elizabeth wants to prove she is capable of taking over the family business. When she gets to Chicago she does some research on the neighborhood bars. She steps into one bar and thinks wow there is something here. She meets good looking Colin. Elizabeth doesn’t want to get involved with anyone. She is there to prove to her father that she can be CEO. But when Colin offers her a deal in being partners together to save the bar, can they both stick to being business partners? The chemistry between them is so great they may get more then they bargained for with this deal. Colin can finally prove his responsible enough to do more at a bar and stick around. Elizabeth can prove she isn’t some little sister. But can Elizabeth and Colin get along long enough to do the job? Will the job of putting the bar back together prove to be to much?