The Ticklemore Tavern by Liz Davies

Violet makes her own gin.

Logan Cassidy sells it in his pub, The Ticklemore Tavern.

It should have been a match made in heaven, especially since the pair of them fancy the socks off each other, and they are both young, free and single.

Except…

Logan’s mum, Marie, doesn’t think Violet is good enough for her son. No woman is, or ever will be. And when she becomes ill, Logan is torn between looking after his mum or following his heart.

However, neither Logan, nor Marie, has taken the sheer force of nature that is Violet into account. What Violet wants, Violet gets.

Usually…

But maybe not this time, eh?

My Thoughts

⭐⭐⭐⭐

The moment I found out there was another book in the Ticklemore series I was overjoyed to be able to return to the beautiful village once again.

In this latest instalment we follow the story of Violet and Logan. Violet makes her own Gin, something that she is increasingly proud of – and it certainly helps that she can get paid for her products too. Logan runs the local pub, a place that has recently started stocking Violet’s homemade gin, and this is what initially throws the pair together.

The attraction between them is instant and there is certainly no denying the chemistry between them. With both of them being single it seems as though they could both finally have found romance, but of course, things never run quite as smoothly as that. When Logan’s mother catches wind of their budding romance she makes it her personal mission to put an end to it before Violet drags her son down, as in her eyes no one will ever be good enough for her beloved son.

Luckily, Violet is not one that will go down without a fight, but with Logan’s mother falling ill he finds himself stuck inbetween the two women he cares most about. Is his love for Violet enough to make him finally stand up to his mother?.

This was a welcome addition to the delightful Ticklemore series. Both Violet and Logan are endearing characters in their own ways. They are both well fleshed out individuals who have their own traits and flaws which massively impacts on the dynamics throughout the story. With a cast of colourful, intriguing characters this is certainly a story I would urge others to explore themselves!.

You can purchase a copy of this book by following the links below

UK – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Ticklemore-Tavern-uplifting-heart-warming-romantic-ebook/dp/B093DC6BL1

US – https://www.amazon.com/Ticklemore-Tavern-uplifting-heart-warming-romantic-ebook/dp/B093DC6BL1

About the Author

Liz Davies writes feel-good, light-hearted stories with a hefty dose of romance, a smattering of humour, and a great deal of love.

She’s married to her best friend, has one grown-up daughter, and when she isn’t scribbling away in the notepad she carries with her everywhere (just in case inspiration strikes), you’ll find her searching for that perfect pair of shoes. She loves to cook but isn’t very good at it, and loves to eat – she’s much better at that! Liz also enjoys walking (preferably on the flat), cycling (also on the flat), and lots of sitting around in the garden on warm, sunny days.

She currently lives with her family in Wales, but would ideally love to buy a camper van and travel the world in it.

Website: https://lizdaviesauthor.wixsite.com/home

Social Media Links

Twitter https://twitter.com/lizdaviesauthor

Facebook: fb.me/LizDaviesAuthor1

*Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources and Liz Davis for providing me with a gifted copy of this book in return for my honest review. All thoughts are entirely my own and not influenced in any way.*

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