Twist: A Dive Bar Novel
This is a raw, honest, sexy, palpable romance that is mixed with humor, friendship, love, passion, strength, and confidence. Kylie Scott continues to intoxicate readers with her words, charismatic characters, and heartfelt love stories, and in her newest release, Twist, she has readers like myself drunk in love with with Joe Collins.
Forget a Tom Collins because the only thing that I want to be drinking is Joe Collins. When Joe helped set up his younger brother’s dating profile, he didn’t think he would easily develop an email pen-pal friendship with Alex Parks. For six months, “Eric” and Alex would exchange messages and inform each other of their lives.
So when Alex decides to make a surprise visit, she expects Eric to be thrilled, but what she finds instead is an Eric who doesn’t know who she is. It turns out that Joe has been the one exchanging emails with Alex. Hurt and disappointed, Alex wants to get away as fast as she can, but when she catches the flu, it’s Joe who shows up at her hotel making sure she’s okay. Joe never intended for Alex to get hurt and be made a fool of, so he tries to show her that he truly cares for her. As Joe tries to show Alex “the real Joe,” Alex begins to fall for him and his big heart. What happens when her guarded walls begin to crumble and she opens her heart to Joe?
I seriously can’t get enough of Twist. This book is not only a fun read, but it also blends an emotional and heartfelt aspect that I found myself drawn to. I love seeing the connection between Joe and Alex through their past emails and how they still have that bond that carries through as they get to know each other in person. Kylie Scott did a remarkable job showcasing their chemistry as she splashes laughter and vulnerability together in a sexy and raw manner. So if you are looking for a story that blends friendship, love, and a twist, then I would highly recommend you read this beautiful love story of Joe and Alex.
|Page Count||288 pages|
|Publisher||St. Martin's Griffin|
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