Love on Tap is perfect for a lazy afternoon of dreaming. The characters are interesting, absorbing. Their struggles are ones we all recognise. Their choices perfectly reasonable and the ‘will she wont she’ resonates.
Walsh is great at using a setting to deepen the plot and circumstances. Like one of my favourite novels Wingspan the place adds to the plot and characterisation. Tace is part of her landscape and it’s that connection which adds veracity to the plot. Berit is a nomad who dreads settling. Ultimately it is a question of who will change – who will concede their dream – or maybe neither will.
Well written, well paced and with an excellent balance of internal monologue, dialogue, action and sexual encounter, this will definitely be on my re-reading pile.
What really good romance writers do is make you dream of being that loved, that chosen. Love on Tap is exactly that novel – interesting characters, slightly different circumstances to anything you have read before, slightly different challenges. And although you KNOW the happy ending is coming, you still have that little bit of “oooh – make it happen”.
Loved it. Wish it was me. What more is there to say?
(publisher review copy received)
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