SynopsisWyatt Montgomery knows a barrel of legendary Zoria imperial stout will help his Denver gastropub stay on top. The only problem is the brewery that made it is no longer in business. When Wyatt hears the brewmaster has only one barrel left, he won’t stop until it’s his. He doesn’t consider what this mythical barrel might cost him. And he certainly doesn’t anticipate his reaction to the heart-stoppingly beautiful brewmaster he needs to convince to sell him the beer.
When Wyatt rushes into Bec Dempsey’s small-town cooperative offering to buy the last barrel of her precious Zoria, she’s thrown for a loop. She’s been burned by city-slickers before, and she’ll be damned if she’ll let it happen again. But when things start heating up between them, Bec decides to make Wyatt a counteroffer. One she hopes he won’t refuse.
It's interesting enough. I liked both main characters, and story was good too. It was a good read and I enjoyed it. Although, in my opinion, it's best not to read this book in one sitting. ;) It's a kind of book you should take your time reading or else you might find some scenes boring.
Bec's business dreams was ruined when her business partner left, and her brother decided not to help her with their brewery. All she has left is one barrel of her beer, she thinks of it as her lucky charm, magic.... She knows that somehow she will start again, she will find a way and this time make it work. So when Wyatt comes to town looking to buy legendary 'Zoria' Bec agrees to sell it to her but in exchange she asked him to do a few things for her. He agrees because he really needs to buy Zoria in order to save his own business..... And that's how they meet, spend time with each other, and soon realise that they want more than to do business with each other.
I loved both Bec and Wyatt. They're interesting characters. Bec is a kind of person who has a lot of guilt and she is unable to accept help from other. She tries to do everything on her own. Wyatt is a guy who knows not to give up on people. They're perfect together. I don't think that you need to be into beer to enjoy this book. It's a fun contemporary romance novel which anyone who likes this genre will like.