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Summary

I’m the Dixon who left. 

Through the good, bad, and worst imaginable, I stayed gone. 

When I return home after a decade, I’m not surprised by the cold reception from my family...or my brother’s best friend. 

Emberly Olsen. 

I spent my childhood tormenting her. 

Now these days with her feel like the cruelest sort of unintended revenge. 

We’ve changed. 

She’s changed. 

Pure confidence and sensuality, but her pouty lips and heavy-lidded eyes scream contempt. And word around town? She’s untouchable. 

But after sharing a few drinks, her snide comments turn teasing. 

Sneers become smiles. 

Huffs change to laughs. 

Laughs to moans, sweeter than any sound. 

Years of animosity ignite into carnal need and passion. 

We can blame it on the whiskey. 

I have a feeling we’ll try. 

But we aren’t that drunk.

©2020 Molly McAdams (P)2020 Blackstone Publishing

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Addictive small town romance

Oh my word - my heart went out to Cayson, I loved, loved, loved him. So misunderstood, and so blooming stubborn. Both Cayson and Emberly were ridiculed as children, and both have been hiding their feelings for years. Feelings for each other, hatred against each other, and everything in between. When Cayson returns home after 9 years, all those feelings return, nothing it seems has changed. Or has it? These brothers are so mixed up and bitter about life, but I’ll say one thing, I’m loving watching them get brought to their knees by the unsuspecting women that cross their paths. I got totally lost in this audio. Of course the fact that Jason Clarke and Erin Mallon are narrating adds to the enjoyment. I loved it.

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loved it

these books have top notch narration which makes them thoroughly enjoyable, the stories are well written and leave you wanting to know the next brothers story. I love the way the brothers are woven into each others book, you really feel like you are getting to know the family. I'm off to get the next book in the series.

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  • L V Red
  • 22-04-20

😳😳😳

This could have been a 10 star 5 hour book!!!
Molly McAdams is one of my favorite authors, and Jason Clark could read the county tax code and still have wet panties thrown at him, along with Erin Mallon who , in my opinion is in the top 2 voice actors... can’t miss right??
Anyway I was disappointed that Molly filled the chapters with endless WHINING and WHINING AND MORE WHINING.......
sorry Molly, I love your work but ease up on the weak whiney characters🤦🏼‍♀️

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  • Admirer of great books; critic of bad books.
  • 18-06-20

Some books, I wish the characters would revolt

Sometimes I wish the characters would revolt and call out the author for subpar writing, you know, look at the author and sternly say, "There's no way in hell I'm saying that." or "Are you kidding me? Are you trying to kill this storyline?" Better yet, let the characters tell the story...This books has issues on so many levels. The storyline is disjointed (and I don't mean the jump from different time periods). Way too much whining and introspection that was contrived for the purpose of reaching a word count. The premise of this book is good, but the characters are borderline personality disorders. Their "character" is adjusted for each "scene" to make it fit, but it didn't fit. Erin Mallon and Jason Clarke are excellent narrators, but even they couldn't save this book. I often wonder why readers give high ratings to books like this. The book has turmoil for turmoil's sake, because it doesn't add to or detract from the storyline. Word count filler. And the whining is unbearable. Too much static. Not enough depth, sincerity, character growth. A good book will make the reader walk away from it feeling enlightened, having learned something about himself or herself...

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  • DZM
  • 10-09-20

Great but frustrating

Wonderful characters and narration but honestly I am so frustrated. The families are terrible to each other and there is no ultimate punishment or justice or remorse for the HORRIBLE way they treated Kayson and Rae. I need some payback or punishment. Call me harsh but I am soooo pissed about the lack of final justice for Kayson and Rae. Not sure if I can read the last one.

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  • Mary M.
  • 12-07-20

Painful and Beautiful Read!

This is book 2 in the Brewed series and is about Cayson Dixon. The brother who left his family and only talked to Sawyer over the last 10 years.
Now he is back and no one wants him around. His family thinks he abandoned them when their father died and Emberly thinks he was her tormentor throughout high school.
As Cayson tries to explain why he left, his brothers and mother find it hard to believe the things he is saying about their father. He knew it was not going to be easy for them to hear what he went through but he has to tell them. He also has to talk to Emberly if she will listen. He picked on her in school because he was in love with her but thought she was in love with his brother Sawyer.
As Cayson and Emberly talk, they learn things that happened wasn't their fault. With others causing her problems and his father pushing him, all Cayson could do was leave.
Will his family forgive him in the end? Can Emberly accept that Cayson wasn't her tormentor and caused her all the pain? Will Cayson and Emberly get their happily ever after?
I am loving this series, although this one was as emotional as the first book, it was a different kind of emotional roller coaster ride. I can not wait for the next brother, to see which one gets his HEA.
**I am loving the narrators, Erin Mallon and Jason Clarke**

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  • Dahiana
  • 25-11-20

I’m mad I bought it

I stuck till the end hoping it would get better, I’m not mad about the sad parts, people can be shit. Some people don’t like to see what is right in front of their eyes and admitting that they were blinded by a sit y or by a person can be hard. The annoying parts were the should I stay, I will no I won’t. You fucked up be leaving, but we don’t want you, but it would be fucked if you left. Aaaahhh.... I say don’t start the series because of you are like me you will hate it but finish it because I want to know what happened to Hunter. He seems the only okay person in the town and hope his book doesn’t make me as mad 😡. I want my credit back

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  • 20-09-20

Good, but all the back and forth....

Yikes, it was worrisome!! Do you want to be together or not? Can you live without each other or not? Sheesh, so much contradiction. And as much as I liked Sawyer in Fix, I was disappointed by him in this book. I gonna end this series here and not read the next book.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 13-09-20

This book is so real and relatable.

I love this and no it was not hard to Finish. My heart ach for man and his mom broke my heart. Case suffer in silence letting people come to there own conclusion. I could relate to this book in some many ways. I have listen to countless audio books but this one was the best.

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  • M. Shea
  • 23-09-20

Rage at the Dixon Fam

The book was great but holy bananas I want to kick the ass of his mom and Bo. I mean seriously they are so disgustingly and proudly ignorant and apathetic that it makes me so angry. I wish there had been more resolution to that part in this book but maybe there will be some in the next?

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-04-20

no words..

love it.. I listened to it in one day...
love the story line.
can't wait for the next one

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  • J. Davis
  • 19-09-21

Roller Coster

This book made me feel so many emotions. It had me in tears, it made me anger, and happy! on to the next book in the series