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Bennett (The Fire Creek Saga Book 1) by [Bowlin, Chasity]
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4.2 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews
Book 1 of 4 in Bourbon & Blood (4 Book Series)
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  • File Size: 2013 KB
  • Print Length: 278 pages
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01B02JZ6G
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,296 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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This is a good start to this series of books. The main characters, Mia and Bennett are well written, believable and immensely likeable, with a very real and hot chemistry. The plot is interesting, has a few good twists and turn and flows with a good pace. I found the book easy to read and liked the alternating POV's as this allowed me to have empathy with both the main characters.

I enjoyed this book, I didn't love it but it is worth the time to read, and since it is free is definitely worth taking a punt on. The characters well well developed and there are plenty of interesting support characters to go along with Mia and Bennett. Whilst there is no cliffhanger, there are some loose ends that will obviously be addressed in further books in the series.
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Brilliant first book in the series. Great storyline and loved the relationship between Bennett and Mia. It was a difficult relationship due to family secrets and feuds but they both fought to be together. Can't wait to read the next book in the series
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Bennett has loved the same girl for a decade, she's loved him right back. A family feud has kept them apart and now she needs his protection. Can Bennett put the past behind and save Mia before it's too late?
This book is a bit different to what I normally read but I really enjoyed it. This is a story of second chance love and from the start your routing for the to get their happy ever after. The author does a good job of keeping you on the edge of your seat and leaves you wanting more. A great book and I can't wait to read the rest of the series.

**Reviewed For Sweet And Spicy Reads-ARC Provided For Honest Review**
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Nice story with lots of secrets And plenty of drama. Bennett and Mia have a long past and it's about time to work out their differences. Once everything is in the open all the secrets come to an explosive end.
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Secrets, keeping up appearances, sly characters....it's all there when old money is involved.

People get hurt, star crossed lovers pulled apart and more and more secrets get hidden. Mia and Bennett are right in the firing line.

But secrets have a way of coming out....

'I cant promise you tomorrow'

I just wanted to know the reason...I was waiting with baited breath...GIVE IT TO ME!

Clayton is next but for some reason I am so drawn to Carter!!!!
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Three and a half stars.

Although this is listed as the first book in the series it felt like I had missed something because the reader gets thrown right into the action without much information.

The Darcy family own a distillery called Fire Creek which makes bourbon. The patriarch Samuel is a selfish womaniser who has drained the company dry (unintentional pun) to fund his lifestyle. His three children Clayton, Mia and Quentin have clubbed together to buy a majority in the distillery but Samuel is still causing trouble with his get-rich-quick schemes and his 'relationship' with Erica the Assistant VP of marketing for Fire Creek. Clayton is in the middle of getting a divorce from his wife, Annalee. As well as working full time at the distillery, Mia also cares for her mother who is in some form of coma following a car accident over a decade ago, Mia meets all the costs of her mother's care herself.

As the novel opens Mia and Erica have a argument over Erica's suggestions for making money and Clayton asks Mia if she is happy, and why she and Bennett Hayes never married. He calls them Fontaine's very own star crossed lovers. There are generations of bad blood between the Darcy family and the Hayes family, Mia and Bennett dated at school until Mia's mother's crash. Since then the two of them have avoided each other as much as possible.

Shortly after running into each other in the local store Mia is involved in a car accident from which Bennett rescues her. When Mia confides in Bennett that she was pushed off the road deliberately Bennett feels compelled to investigate and realises that his feelings haven't changed.

Writing down a short synopsis makes it sound like a romantic-suspense, but this felt much more like an episode of Dallas or even J.R.
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have read a few books with similar storylines but was really pleased this one kept my attention,the story and chararcters really were believable and was so happy how it went,great writing,would highly recommend :)
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A nice quick read, although lots of annoying grammar mistakes and missing words in sentences which started becoming very annoying. I found the book enjoyable but felt it like things were being glossed over for a quick read where the story could have delved deeper.
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