Review: Tap That by R.C. Boldt & Jennifer Blackwood
Publication Date: March 6, 2018
Rating: 4 stars
The beer's not the only thing getting tapped.
I have a secret. It’ll get me fired if my boss ever finds out…which shouldn’t be a problem except for one thing: my coworker, Reid Morgan.
He’s cocky, aggravating, and that hot-as-sin mouth simultaneously makes me want to slap him and melt into the mattress.
Now that he’s discovered my secret, he’s doing everything in his power to take my job.
I have a problem: my pint-size spitfire of a coworker who’s primed to take my promotion.
She’s infuriating, sexy as hell, and I just can’t seem to keep my hands off her.
Tap That is a really cute and fun book. When I first started reading, I really loved both Reid and Callie. Both are after the same job position, and it does make for an interesting story-line. At the beginning of the book, I really enjoyed their banter. It was funny, and anyone with eyes could see their chemistry.
However the more I read, especially after a certain point in the book, their banter started to rub me the wrong way. It no longer was cute and funny, and I found myself not liking Reid at all. He became a huge … unlikable person and it really frustrated me that he turned into “that” guy. Callie was super adorable, and she did her best with what she had. Honestly I felt so bad for her and her situation. I liked how determined she was to be the best.