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This is book one in a new series from best-selling romance author Molly McAdams. In the Brewed series, each standalone novel focuses on one of the Dixon boys - the hottest bachelors around. What everyone doesn’t see is the strain threatening to destroy their family and their parents’ dream - permanently.

Based in a small, country town, the Brewed series is filled with tension, excitement, and passion - feuds will transform into romances, and chances will be given again in true McAdams fashion.

©2019 by Molly McAdams (P)2019 by Blackstone Publishing

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My new favourite series - 4.5 stars

First in a series of small town romance stories, and yes, I’m going to be listening to the rest of this series on audio (because, Jason Clarke, need I say more - he just makes audio better).Sawyer Dixon has been badly burned, his childhood sweetheart broke his heart, he missed his shot at the NFL, and to say he has issues is an understatement. So when Rae Jacobs breezes into town, reminding him of everything he’s lost, he takes an instant dislike to her. Rae also has her issues, and let’s just say - Sawyer Dixon was never in her plan, oh, and the secrets, let’s not forget the secrets, she has a few of them. Enemies to lovers? Maybe. Small town romance? Yes. Grumpy bachelor? I’ll say. Addictive? Most definitely.

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  • Daisy Maldonado
  • 25-09-20

Female Narrator Ruined For Me

The story line was really interesting. But that darn female narrator’s voice made me cringe! Authors should really consider the narrators and how impactful they can be. If you can get passed the female voice who reads super fast then have at it.

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  • Andrea
  • 20-10-20

Bad Narration

I’m sorry, I really want to like this book. The story line sounds interesting but I couldn’t get past the first 2 chapters with the female narrator chosen. I has this very weird inflection about her voice..almost like she’s asking a question for every single sentence. It’s very hard to describe but I just couldn’t. I wish there was an option to choose a different narrator :(

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  • SIMARA
  • 06-09-20

Can’t wait for more books in this series

Well this was my first book by Molly McAdams and it will most definitely not be the last. This story got me invested in the characters. I so wanted to know what had happened to Rae. I couldn’t figure out was it was so that was a surprise. The story is not predictable at all and the evolution of the characters and the relationship is near perfect. The background on Emberly has me very curious for the next book.
The dual POV narration was excellent. Both narrators did a wonderful job giving life to the characters and the story. Highly recommended!!!

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  • Tamron
  • 30-10-20

I just don’t know

The story is so slow and the plot seemed so secretive that by chapter 10 you still have little to no idea what the main character’s issues are. Jason was the saving Grace as far as the performance. No offense but the female lead voice kind of makes me want to delete and never listened again. Her voice was a bit annoying and creepy when she imitated a male voice. Her voice always seemed the same breathy, yet congested like she getting over a cold. It doesn’t really mesh with a romance book. I skipped some of her chapters

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  • Kristal B.
  • 24-11-20

The first but not the last

This may have been the first book by Molly McAdams i've listened to, but it will most definitely not be the last! I personally Love Erin Mallon and Jason Clarke as narrators, and to have them come together was fabulous! I loved the foreshadowing at the beginning, I loved the personality traits, and the clear love between Rae and Sawyer from the beginning. Everyone carries baggage, but these two carry more than their average load, and they still somehow change and evolve! I LOVED this book, and can't wait to start the next the series!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 15-10-20

what

i do not understand why this has such good reviews. the sudden obsession between the main characters is based on so little its jarring and I can't get into it even if i try. male narrator is great, but Erin Mallon's vocal fry is like nails on a chalkboard for me. stoppppp just talk normally. drawing out the end of a word isn't a way to add intensity or some nonsense. its just annoying.

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  • Jojo
  • 03-11-20

Can't stop rolling my eyes

DNF for me. Couldn't get past my dislike of the heroine, who runs away from and ghosts a man who loves her one minute and is eyeing another man ten seconds after that. And one of the first things she tells new man? "Dont fall in love with me," Wow, must be so good to have a magic body part!

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  • Raemar3356
  • 26-09-20

Loooooooong road

I know quite a few reviewers are very happy with this book. However, it isn't for me. I listened for several hours before I just couldn't take anymore back and forth, her deep , dark secret and his angst over his past girlfriend with weight issues. I get you have to build up the drama , but it just went on and on. I won't be getting the rest of the books.

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  • ⭐️ Rachel ⭐️ 🔥 Jason Clarke 🔥 😉
  • 15-09-20

Loved it..

Another wonderful book narrated by Jason Clarke.. Definitely gonna check out Molly’s other books. Great writing...

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  • Lisa Osborn
  • 14-04-20

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Molly McAdams truly evoked every heart wrenching emotion possible with Rae and Sawyer‘s roller coaster relationship. Betrayal, abandonment, distrust and dishonesty were only a few of the issues brought to life in this story! Erin Mallon and Jason Clarke did an amazing job narrating. Both truly expressed all the intended emotions from exasperation to hopefulness to love and everything in between. Loved it!!

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