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    (Thirsty Eastside Brewery #1) [PDF/EBOOK] ✓ Mia Hopkins review â eBook or Kindle ePUB Ö Mia Hopkins 3 StarsAnother book where the blurb sucked me in but the story fell flat I've been picking up uite a few of these unfortunately If I had the choice to be in the females head or the males I would choose the male Why? Because females like to go

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    (Thirsty Eastside Brewery #1) [PDF/EBOOK] ✓ Mia Hopkins I loved Thirsty by Mia Hopkins so much and I think this is a powerful novel about love and forgiveness We talk about how love is powerfully redemptive but romantic love isn’t the only or even the most important kind of love in a person’s life Friendship family community and just learning how to love yourself

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    read & download Thirsty Eastside Brewery #1 (Thirsty Eastside Brewery #1) [PDF/EBOOK] ✓ Mia Hopkins Mia Hopkins Ö 3 free download 35 4 StarsFull Review on my bloga copy was provided by NetGalleyThirsty by Mia Hopkins is the first book in the Eastside Brewery series and you can bet I’m interested in reading book two Trashed As my first Mia Hopkins read this one certainly grabbed my attention and I’m curious to see what else the author has to offer  It took me a while to get into it but I'm glad I finished it I did feel like something was missing or maybe I jus

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    (Thirsty Eastside Brewery #1) [PDF/EBOOK] ✓ Mia Hopkins This is an interesting book in first person POV from the hero's perspective SalGhost is an ex con a gang member and sounds older than his 24 He's also doing his best to manage anxiety post prison and stay clean Of course he's flawed He's not miraculous and yes there's sexy consent here too In Hopkins's note that followed it said sh

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    (Thirsty Eastside Brewery #1) [PDF/EBOOK] ✓ Mia Hopkins review â eBook or Kindle ePUB Ö Mia Hopkins read & download Thirsty Eastside Brewery #1 55 I really really enjoyed this one than I was expecting I would to be honest I can't recall the last romance I r

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    (Thirsty Eastside Brewery #1) [PDF/EBOOK] ✓ Mia Hopkins Thirsty is my first read from Mia Hopkins and overall I enjoyed the storyline and look forward for not only in this series but from the authorI will start off by admitting that it started off extremely slow for me and it took well into the second half of the book for the storyline to pick up and capture my full attention I say this not to deter people away from the book but to encourage anyone who might feel

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read & download Thirsty Eastside Brewery #1 review â eBook or Kindle ePUB Ö Mia Hopkins Mia Hopkins Ö 3 free download My name is Salvador Rosas Back in the barrio my past is written on the walls ESHB Short for East Side Hollenbeck my father’s gang my gang Hell it’s a family tradition one that sent both my brothers away They used to call me “Ghost” because I haunted people’s dreams Now I’ve got nothing going for me except a hipster gringo mentoring me in a new career An ex con making craf. 2 StarsOh man I wanted to like this book so much That cover That blurb All of it sucked me in Unfortunately what s beyond that just didn t manage to engage me Six months out of jail Salvador Ghost Rosas is trying to get his act together His brother will be out in a couple of months so he s trying to save up some money so they can get a place together and stay out of trouble Working two jobs and staying in Vanessa Velasco s garage is where he spends his timeVanessa Velasco is the neighborhood good girl However in high school she fell in love with one of the members of the local gang Young love also brought with it an unexpected pregnancy Five years later and Vanessa is a single mom and widow But she hasn t let any of that stop her from pursuing her dreams and she won t let another neighborhood gangbanger derail her Told entirely from Sal s first person POV I couldn t uite get into this story Normally I m not one who really has any issues with first person POV but here it just didn t work for me Too much internal monologue to keep me interested I found myself bored way too many times Also the writing is very choppy and stilted I like to find a rhythm to my reading and I just couldn t get that here The transitions from one scene to the next were sloppy and disjointed as well I d check back to see if I missed reading a sentence that moved me from one scene to the next or from one day to the next but alas it would turn out I didn t And while I really wanted to root for Sal and Vanessa I just didn t feel any spark between them Nothing really clicked There was no heat no sizzle and no chemistryI could sympathize with Sal and his battle with trying not to get pulled back into the gang life and becoming the man he wanted to be and that he thought Vanessa deserved but the author just didn t pull much emotion out of me than that I also really couldn t wrap my head around Vanessa She didn t feel like a fully developed character I wanted information about what she wanted out of life What kind of future did she want for her and her daughter She both was and wasn t hesitant with Sal I don t think the inner turmoil the author wanted to portray with her getting involved with another neighborhood gang member came through At least not for me BUT I will give her major props for being a total sex kitten between the sheets She was up for anything And I love a woman who owns her sexual desiresThe whole brewery aspect of the story felt forced and out of place I didn t understand its inclusion here It didn t really add much to the story or to the development of Sal s character I m kind of left scratching my head when it comes to that Finally I will add that this book is not a standalone While the relationship aspect is fully resolved there are still issues with the gang and other things which I won t spoil that will carry over into the next book which will be Sal s brother s book Overall this was a story that I really wanted to like but just couldn t get invested in It bums me out because there was a lot of potential here ARC courtesy of publisher via Netgalley in exchange for a review

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read & download Thirsty Eastside Brewery #1 review â eBook or Kindle ePUB Ö Mia Hopkins Mia Hopkins Ö 3 free download Ws better than to believe in empty promises There’s fire in her and if I touch her I might get burned I’m trying everything I can to go straight But when East Side Hollenbeck comes calling I might have to risk it all to find out if there’s a future for Vanessa and me Because she’s the only one who can uench my thirst for something realThe Rosas brothers will return in Trashed. This is an interesting book in first person POV from the hero s perspective SalGhost is an ex con a gang member and sounds older than his 24 He s also doing his best to manage anxiety post prison and stay clean Of course he s flawed He s not miraculous and yes there s sexy consent here too In Hopkins s note that followed it said she used her time volunteering with reformed gang members as inspiration and it does show The book is done respectfully and convincingly and not miraculously And honestly it could ve been grittier I don t even know what I mean by that but I know itBut I wanted More depth particularly from the romance More depth from the heroine She didn t feel like she stood out to me And while this romance explored so much using a narrative style that felt straightforward and like someone who survives by routine this lead everything including sex scenes to feel a bit distant I will continue to pick up Mia Hopkins This was interesting hero Unfortunately it only made an ok romance for me 32578 Getting Naked risk it all to find out if there’s a future for Vanessa and me Because she’s the only one who can uench my thirst for something Invisible Jim Crow realThe Rosas brothers will The Vault Guide to the Case Interview return in Trashed. This is an interesting book in first person POV from the hero s perspective SalGhost is an ex con a gang member and sounds older than his 24 He s also doing his best to manage anxiety post prison and stay clean Of course he s flawed He s not miraculous and yes there s sexy consent here too In Hopkins s note that followed it said she used her time volunteering with The Castle Diaries reformed gang members as inspiration and it does show The book is done The Song of the Mockingbird respectfully and convincingly and not miraculously And honestly it could ve been grittier I don t even know what I mean by that but I know itBut I wanted More depth particularly from the Sir Halmanac and the Crimson Star romance More depth from the heroine She didn t feel like she stood out to me And while this Souls in the Great Machine romance explored so much using a narrative style that felt straightforward and like someone who survives by Judge Dredd Chronicles #19 routine this lead everything including sex scenes to feel a bit distant I will continue to pick up Mia Hopkins This was interesting hero Unfortunately it only made an ok THE WALLPAPER CHASE romance for me 32578

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read & download Thirsty Eastside Brewery #1 review â eBook or Kindle ePUB Ö Mia Hopkins Mia Hopkins Ö 3 free download T beer No mames Still people in this neighborhood look out for one another That’s how I became Vanessa Velasco’s unwelcome tenant Chiuita pero picosa She’s little but with curves so sweet they’re dangerous I remember Vanessa from the old days the straight A student with big plans Plans that were derailed by another kid stupid enough to think he was bulletproof Now Vanessa kno. I loved Thirsty by Mia Hopkins so much and I think this is a powerful novel about love and forgiveness We talk about how love is powerfully redemptive but romantic love isn t the only or even the most important kind of love in a person s life Friendship family community and just learning how to love yourself those are just as important and vital Thirsty is a novel that attends carefully to all of those facets in the life of our hero Sal Ghost RosasThirsty is that rarity of rarities in romance a first person point of view novel told only from the hero s point of view I m not going to say much about it now because there s a pretty long discussion of it in my interview with Mia Hopkins that runs next week The novel starts shortly after Sal s release from prison He s a young man only 24 but he s been in jail for a few years for grand theft auto He s back in his neighborhood trying hard to make a new life for himself which includes steering clear of the gang that he was essentially raised in both his father and his brother were in the same gang He s working several jobs as a janitor to keep himself afloat and to save money for an apartment His romantic interest is Vanessa a girl from the neighborhood who he has known forever but she seemed to be off limits when they were teenagers Her family didn t get too mixed up with the gang but in the time that he was in prison she got married had a baby and was widowed She s been working on classes to become an accountant and she s focused on making the best future for herself and her familyThere s so many things I love about this book I peeked at some reviews at NetGalley and Goodreads and a common theme I see is that people called it a slow starter But I would argue that this book is character driven rather than plot driven It does take a while for the romance between Sal and Vanessa to heat up but that s because we re so fully immersed in his character as he tries to change his life The fact that he s focused on himself makes the journey of the book believable and poignant The book isn t selling the idea that the love of a good woman magically fixes everything because we can see how hard Sal has been working all alongWhen Sal and Vanessa finally hook up neither of them expects it to be serious It s a pleasant diversion Vanessa is fierce loyal and determined I loved her Her strength of character begins to influence the way Sal sees the world At one point Sal confesses feeling trapped by his life in the gang and his fear that he ll be pulled back in It s not as easy as you think it is Vanessa I say She narrows her eyes at me It s not as complicated as you want it to be Sal What do you mean by that I whisper I can hear my own heartbeat pounding blood through my body I mean she says uietly my whole life people have been trying to tell me what I am A nerd A good girl An honor student A slut A whore A failure They were wrong each time No one else is going to tell me who I am Never again These conversations are also important because Vanessa shows Sal how to stay and be a part of the community he loves As a teacher I ve had conversations with my colleagues about how important it is for us to avoid escape narratives White writers and white teachers often approach stories about gangs or about people who struggle with violence in their communities by promoting the idea the characters would be better off leaving those communities behind White readers might hope that Sal and Vanessa will get out of their bad neighborhood without realizing that it s fundamentally racist to assume that there s nothing of value in their community not to mention our inability to face up to the open bigotry and hatred they d face in white America Mia Hopkins doesn t fall into this trap with Thirsty Sal wants to leave the gang and he finds a promising new career when he realizes he has a talent for brewing beer but Sal and Vanessa know they shouldn t have to leave their family friends and neighborhood behind to find a better lifeAs with all good redemption stories Sal makes mistakes on his road to being the man he wants to be I loved Sal and Vanessa s journey to that HEA and I was rooting for them the whole time I know that dark romance is popular right now and everyone should read what they want But I can t tell you how powerful I found the redemptive power of family neighborhood and love described in Thirsty It moved me in ways I can barely describe Give me a million stories about people who hope dream and fight for a better future with their loved ones I can t take any grim stories about bleak violent men clinging like hell to the dark