Mixed Up by Emma Hart

REVIEWED BY Tina Shobe


Mixed UpMixed Up by Emma Hart
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Raven owns a bar and has recently renovated to include a kitchen as she would like to offer a selection of food.

She is really struggling to find a chef so she can be ready when her family invades for a family reunion.

Her brother's best friend, Parker, whom is an amazing chef is in town for the summer.

Parker agrees to help Raven out to both of their surprises as they have hated each other for years. The banter they have is sometimes hateful, sometimes hilarious, sometimes with underlying heat.

I just knew that underneath all that 'hate' that these two have that there was a layer of sexual tension. I could almost visualize the build up. The sex was wonderfully explosive.

When these work together they compliment each other very well.

I have to mention that I really loved the names Raven gave her drinks. I'd like to be a bartender to see people's expressions when they order them.

When I finished this book I had a big smile on my face. I just I really enjoyed reading this book

ARC received in exchange for an honest review.

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