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Mixed Up by [Hart, Emma]
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Dirty cocktails, deadly enemies with a red-hot attraction, and one big, crazy, Greek family--what could possibly go wrong?

Hiring my brother's best friend was not on my to-do list.
Neither was he.

Expanding my dirty cocktail bar into food was supposed to be easy, except finding a chef in my little town of Whiskey Key is anything but.
Until Parker Hamilton comes home--bringing his Michelin starred chef's hat with him.
He has no work. I need someone like him in my new kitchen.
There's just one problem: I hate his cocky, filthy-mouthed, sexy-as-hell guts.
Even if I might want him. Just a little...


Working for my best friend's sister? Not on my to-do list.
She's another story.

Whiskey Key was supposed to be a relaxing vacation, except I haven't reached the heights I have by lying in a hammock drinking cocktails. So when Raven Archer is desperate for a chef, I offer up my skills.
I'm bored. She needs what I can give her.
Except there's a problem: I've always hated her.
Her and her big, blue eyes, sassy mouth, and killer curves.
If only I didn't want her.

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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01MUDPSA4
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #557 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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Emma Hart excels at the great romantic comedy. 'Mixed Up' fits that description perfectly. With lots of funny moments, quick witted banter, great Greek family shenanigans, awesome friendships and of course a scary Yia-Yia which makes this unique.

Raven and Parker's entire relationship can be defined as hate. Their constant push and pull, along with the witty banter had me vigorously swiping. Raven is a mixologist who owns her own bar called "Dirty". Parker's an Michelin Starred chef and her brother Ryan's best friend. She is desperate for a chef to add incredible food to her dirty drink menu but alas is out of luck. When Ryan realises that Raven is really struggling to find anyone suitable, he suggests that she hires Parker.
“I don’t care if Parker Hamilton is Michelin-starred or has a fast-track to Heaven. He’s not working for me. I’m not that desperate.”
With the family coming to town on mass and her beloved (slightly satanical) Yia-Yia coming to check out the bar with food, she has no choice she is desperate and has to ask Parker to help (temporarily of course). So the fun begins...
'the fact remained that Raven Archer was a brutal, sharp-tongued vixen capable of building you up and tearing you down in the same sentence' surmises Parker is the very spark to their chemistry.

Their chemistry is quite obvious except to them and then finally, FINALLY they act on everything that has been building and again, Emma delivered more than an enemy to lovers story. ' I wanted to punch him as much as I wanted to kiss him. I just didn’t know which one would be more satisfying.'
I enjoyed the dual POV and that there is no cliffhanger and no other book needed before or after which works for me.
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By Lisa Hines TOP 500 REVIEWER on 19 April 2017
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Mixed Up by Emma Hart is a standalone contemporary romance that takes place with the same people we read and loved in Casanova. An enemies to lovers story that made the return to Whiskey a little perilous, not for the reader, but possibly for Parker Hamilton.

Raven is the owner and mixologist at her bar, Dirty, in the heart of Whiskey Key, Florida. Having recently renovated to include a fully functioning kitchen. All she needs now is the chef to make it work as she planned. Unfortunately, Whiskey Key is running extremely low on the talented chef population and since her brother (a chef) bailed on her he offered up his best friend for the job. Never mind that Raven and Parker have hated each other since she was practically in diapers.

Parker is back home in Whiskey Key for the summer. When the opportunity to help out Raven comes across he isn't sure why he offers to help - they've always hated each other and he would prefer to stay in the land of the living and not the focus of one of her rages...

These two - Oh My God!!!! Raven was so beside herself that she started feeling anything at all for Parker. She was lying to herself as much as she was everyone else in her family and friends circle. Parker on the other hand could practically see it happening between them and was helpless to stop it and reluctant to label it. But he didn't deny it quite as vehemently as Raven did in the beginning.

Their story is funny, moving, HOT and the peripheral characters (all of Raven's family in for the reunion plus the circle of friends they both share) were entertaining as always making for a well-rounded story with meat to the story and not just a blasé romance story. LOVED IT! ENJOY!
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Raven Archer and Parker Hamilton hate each other. They always have. That's a fact as unavoidable as death and taxes. That's the way it's been since they were young and he was her older brother's best friend, and that's the way it's remained even as he's gone off to New York to become a Michelin starred chef while she's made her way to become an expert mixologist who runs her own bar.

Now though, he's back in town, and at least temporarily out of work, and she's struggling to find an even halfway decent chef to run the new kitchen she's had built on to her bar. So even though Raven may hate Parker, she loved her bar, Dirty, more resulting in the two of them working together and seeing much more of each other than they have in years.

While hating on Parker is so habitual for Raven that it's a foregone conclusion, their forced proximity has laid bare a few home truths. Parker has changed from the insufferable kid she once knew. Not only is he now all man, and a hot one at that, but he's changed in other, more profound ways.

Maybe she has too.

Blending together the popular motifs of the 'brother's best friend' and 'hate to lovers', all while being set amid the fast paced atmosphere of a cocktail bar and commercial kitchen, and coinciding with the chaos of a family reunion of the Greek side of Raven's family, Mixed Up brings a steady blend of one part angst, two parts fun, a liberal dash of passion garnished with just a bit of crazy.

Clearly written as a standalone, it does nevertheless feature characters from Emma Hart's earlier word Casanova, so if you're a sicklier for reading books chronologically, you might want to go there first.

A really enjoyable, fun light read that, for me at least, brought back echoes of the family shenanigans from Emma's Holly Woods series of books.
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