* Review * BARRELED OVER by Jenna Sutton

* Review * BARRELED OVER by Jenna SuttonBarreled Over by Jenna Sutton
Series: Trinity Distillery #1
on December 26, 2017
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Ava Grace Landy’s music career is humming along until a shakeup at her label jeopardizes her recording contract and curses her with the world’s worst boss. Determined to satisfy him, she partners with Trinity Distillery to access a larger male audience. To her surprise, she’s the one who’s satisfied—by none other than Jonah Beck, the gorgeous, yet gruff man behind the bourbon.

No doubt about it, bourbon runs in Beck’s blood. But it’s audacious Ava Grace who makes it run hot. When she signs on as the spokesperson for his craft distillery, he doesn’t plan on hoisting her onto an oak barrel and rocking the rickhouse. Though he’s convinced their lives don’t mix—like a terrible cocktail—he can’t keep his hands off the alluring country star.

Ava Grace and Beck try to keep their intoxicating relationship private, but the glare of her fame is too bright, revealing secrets they both want to remain hidden. With a spotlight shining on his tumultuous past, their future is at risk. Now they must decide if being together is worth sacrificing the career she loves and the company he’s poured his heart and soul into.


Opposites attract … and ignite! With the first book in her new Trinity Distillery series, Jenna Sutton takes us along for the ride as we meet the men behind this bourbon distillery. The backstory is built up nicely for Beck and the characters we meet are fun and sassy. The heat between Beck and AG is sexy with a side of sweet. I really enjoyed the first in the series and look forward to more!

Country music sweetheart Ava Grace Landry is happily basking in her dream come true career when all of a sudden a shake-up at her record label leaves her with an obnoxious jerk of a boss who’s threatening to dump her contract if she doesn’t increase her male audience demographic! She needs help … and fast!

Jonah Beck is only slightly hesitant at the idea of bringing Ava Grace on as the spokesperson for his Trinity bourbon. Her appeal with definitely draw in the male buyer, but the instantaneous attraction he feels to her might be a problem! They know their lifestyles don’t exactly mix, but that doesn’t stop the sparks that fly every time they are in the same proximity. They try to keep their relationship private, but the press are always near … when secrets are exposed and scandal ensues, will what they’re feeling for each other be worth risking everything for?


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