My life is over.
I swore I would never work at the whiskey distillery with my last name on it, that I would never be a part of my father’s legacy. But when I graduated with my art degree and realized there were no jobs, the devil appeared, and I sold my soul, agreeing to work in the family business if he’d give me the art studio I’d always dreamed of.
It can’t be that bad, I thought.
Until I realized my new boss was Logan Becker.
The Becker brothers have a reputation for being trouble, and since I love trouble, it’s no surprise to me that I’m infatuated by that forbidden fruit the first day I walk into the distillery. That lean, whiskey-eyed, too-hot-for-his-own-good man hates me — and I can’t blame him. His family has been at war with mine for decades, and for good reason.
The Beckers and the Scooters are the Montagues and Capulets of Stratford, Tennessee.
But if he’s Romeo, and I’m Juliet? Well… we all know how that story ends — and for that reason, I tell myself to steer clear.
Because if my father finds out I’m falling for Logan Becker, my life actually will be over.
And Logan’s will be, too.
I wondered if it could be possible — a Scooter and a Becker being friends.
I love the Becker Brother’s and throw in a modern twist on Romeo and Juliet, I AM SOLD! I loved Logan and Mallory’s story so much. They weren’t suppose to be friends, they were from two families that couldn’t stand each other, but they were drawn to each other. Will they be willing to risk everything to be together?
Logan is the head tour guide at Scooter’s Distillery. He is a shoe in for a promotion, but he is a Becker. Becker’s and Scooter’s don’t get along. They have a history. Mallory Scooter is a rebel, she wanted nothing to do with her families Distillery, but in order to have her dream art studio she has to work in the family business.
I loved the chemistry between Logan and Mallory. They knew both their families wouldn’t approve of their relationship, but they couldn’t stay away from each other. They were drawn to each other. They both judge each other, but slowly found out there is more hidden beneath the layers.
I can’t wait for more of the Becker brothers. Neat is a MUST READ BOOK!