⭐️ A Love Story Collection by Tracy Ewens Blog Tour – Review ⭐️

Today we’re spotlighting ten contemporary romance novels from Tracy Ewens! Each Love Story is a standalone, though there are some shared characters throughout the books. Smooth is the latest in the collection and comes out January 23rd!

 

Check out these love stories:

Premiere – A Love Story

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Candidate – A Love Story

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Taste – A Love Story

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Reserved – A Love Story

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Stirred – A Love Story

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Vacancy – A Love Story

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Playbook – A Love Story

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Exposure – A Love Story

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Brew – A Love Story

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Smooth – A Love Story

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About Smooth:

If only life came with a guarantee.

 

Patrick McNaughton wants more. More people drinking Foghorn’s beer, more money to push their brewery past the competition, and more cooperation from his brothers, who have no sense of urgency. He’s all about conquering one challenge on his way to the next, so long as there’s a remote chance of winning. That’s why Aspen Pane sits in the office down the hall, oblivious to his attraction. Patrick has always wanted more with her, but he never was one to risk it all.

 

Aspen Pane has more than enough. As business manager for Foghorn, she keeps the brewery in the black and lives up to the nickname the McNaughton brothers gave her—Wonder Woman. She’s worked hard her whole life for the money she now has in the bank, the small house she calls home, and time with her friends. So, even though it seems everyone close to her, including her brother, is inconveniently falling in love, Aspen sticks with her to-do list. Because love risks everything and she doesn’t do that for anyone.

 

After an unexpected flight and an eccentric venture capitalist thrust them into a battle of wits and lies even they’re not sure they can win, Patrick and Aspen must learn the difference between making a connection and making money. They may need to face their fears and risk it all in the name of finding a new work-love balance.

 

About Tracy Ewens:

Tracy Ewens shares a beautiful piece of desert with her husband and three children in New River, Arizona. She is a recovered theater major who walks her dog Jack, drinks copious amounts of tea, and reads well past her bedtime.

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review-blog

*** ARC kindly provided for an honest review. ***

I adore this series, how Tracy Ewens could write about family, love and friendship is just amazing. Genuine, moving and incredibly endearing.

The stories I want to read about, something that felt real, genuine, emphasizing on the characters’ thoughts and feelings. In spite of the turmoil of emotion you can sense from both of the main characters, it was really soothing, a bit frustrating I admit but damn if I wasn’t hooked on Patrick and Aspen’s journey.

What about two people who obviously love each other for as long as they can remember but trying too hard to admit their feelings, because unsaid things, driving me a little insane, and also afraid to mix business with pleasure.

Patrick and Aspen knew each other since they were kids. Always being side by side through the years but never engaging anything romantically. When she started to work at The McNaughton’s brewery, the feelings that Patrick were holding back kept growing day by day.

As the middle one of the fam, Patrick was always being the one calculating the next one, and as the salesman, he had to find a way to make sure the brewery’s future is secure. He’s competitive, trying to find new ways to expand it thanks to Aspen. They were pretty much alike when it comes to work. But the matters of the heart… let just say that one believed in marriage and the other one was more than closed off and avoiding it like the plague.

Mixed feelings, misunderstandings and a lot of denial and stubborn personality, you’ll have to be patient until the HEA.

I enjoyed the peaceful atmosphere that contrasted with the characters’ feelings about taking a chance on love and to see the world through different lens. To let someone’s in and that fighting together worth it.

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