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    Two people find love after intense single twenties

    Tracy Ewens, ‘Stirred’, a love story. As an ARC reader I received this book for free. And promised an honest review. Here it is. English isn’t my first language. Sorry for errors. Rating: 4 stars (of 5). In general: Two people in their thirties find love after intense single twenties. Leading characters: - Sage Jeffries. Grown up in a family with lovely parents and three very competitive sisters. Now about 33 years old. Being very intelligent she studied math. And got an excellent job, but around her 30th anniversary she decided to change. She bowed out of her corporate life in Frisco to become a bartender in LA and she wanted stories and adventures: went to festivals, jumped out of planes, traveled, hiked, loved her new job, competed in cocktail competitions and became involved in her local community center to teach bridge. - Garret Rye. An organic farmer, who delivers especially to the Yard, the restaurant/bar of his brother Logan, where Sage is the attractive, talented bartender. Sage has a secret crush on him but he’s too involved in his work and caring for his family to notice that she wants to be more than a friend. Then Sage realizes that she has to become more active to get Garret’s attention and buys for her Kindle “Nice to Naughty in Ten Steps” to learn how she can get rid of the shyness she feels when Garret is around. At a New Year’s Eve party she tries out her new naughtyness but she drinks too much and accidentally calls Garret to drive her home. During this drive a very tipsy Sage confesses her love for a confused Garret. Garret feels honored and glad for he admired Sage already for a long time but after arriving at her home he limits himself to caring that the tipsy Sage safely reaches her bed. Next day Sage learns from Kenna, Garret’s sister and her best friend that she in detail informed Garret why and what she loved in him. The author, Tracy Ewens, then describes how Garret and Sage find their HEA with a lot of ups and downs. Among other things: fear commitment; for Garret it’s difficult to realize that while being a workaholic and caring a lot for his family, he’s completely forgotten to forward to his own happiness; and at first Sage fears that her detailed love confession is the reason that Garret seems to be more interested in her good looks than in her personality while she wants more than a sexual relationship. It results in funny dialogues, interesting info about farming, running a bar/restaurant and many scenes of a sweet family life. Perhaps the stubbornness of both main characters to let go of the (sometimes wrong) opinions they have about each other and the (too many?) changes of their minds after conversations with friends makes the story a bit unnecessary long, but all in all it was - for me - again a pleasure to read this book of Tracy Ewens.
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