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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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A quick, easy read from Hart, MIXED UP is a enemy's to lovers story filled with angst and raging hormones. Going from hating your best friends sister to wanting to sleep with her comes with its own special bag of issues-especially when your families are best friends and there are no secrets to be had. Everyone knows everything about everyone.

Parker Hamilton is a three star Michelin chef. He's a beast in the kitchen and a great guy out of it. Unless you're Raven, the passionate Greek brunette who lives across the street and happens to be Ryan, his best friends younger sister. Parker can't stand Raven and the feeling is mutual. Constantly at odds, arguing like an old married couple, fighting for the sake of fighting, and acting like children half the time, their immature behaviour began to get on my nerves. Raven is a smart, independent woman, who runs her own business, a bar named DIRTY where she mixes a mean cocktail to the locals of their home town Whisky Key, in Florida.

Parker and Raven have serious chemistry throughout the book. Their passion towards each other really grabs you, but it was of the sexual nature and didn't feel more than that for me. There was too much fighting between these two and not enough...feels. It wasn't until the last 15% that these two really divulged their feelings regarding the other, and it wasn't to each other, it was only to the reader. The depth of the emotions was a little light for me, I wished there had been more...POP to their "relationship".

Despite not being my cup of tea, MIXED UP by Emma Hart was a good read, but fell slightly flat for me. I can still appreciate the writing skills, and the great character development throughout the read, though. I loved the Greek flavour, the culture and all the mentions of some of my favourite food!

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Reviewed by Jess for joandisalovebooks blog
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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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5.0 out of 5 stars Review: Mixed Up April 18 2017
By Lisa Hines - Published on Amazon.com
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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!
4.0 out of 5 stars ~ 4 Mixology Stars ~ April 18 2017
By Jennifer H. - Published on Amazon.com
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Mixed Up is a fun and entertaining enemies to lovers standalone novel written by Emma Hart. I thought the storyline was fun, sassy and sexy.

If you are a fan of sassy banter and a lot of sexual tension between the characters this book is one you don’t want to miss. This book will have you laughing at every turn. I also loved all the fun names Raven gave to her drinks.

As with every Emma Hart book, she gave us engaging characters and a captivating storyline. I have to be honest and say, that I don’t think enemies to lovers is my favorite type of story. I truly enjoyed reading about both Parker and Raven and I loved their characters separately, but together I really didn’t feel their connection. I think that is because of all the banter and snark between them. I think that went on for too long into the story that by the time they professed their feelings for each other, I had a hard time believing it. But I find I have the same problem with most enemies to lovers stories that I read.

Now even though I say that, I believe this is a book everyone should read. It is told in Dual POV and has NO cliffhanger. This is a complete standalone and no other book needs to be read first. I will say that I wouldn’t be sad to see Emma write a book for Camille (Raven’s BFF) and one for Ryan (Raven’s Brother and Parker’s BFF). I also enjoyed that Emma added the forbidden aspect to the story, being that Parker and Raven get together and that crosses the Best Friend line between Parker and Ryan, so that just added to the angst.

In this book we meet Parker and Raven. Raven is the owner of Dirty. A local bar located in Whiskey Key Florida. She has decided to expand and add food to her bar, but she is finding it very difficult to find a great chef to hire. That’s when Ryan suggests she hire Parker who is back in town on a vacation for the summer. To say this is the last thing she wants to do is putting it mildly. But with needing to find a chef and the upcoming reunion her bar is hosting for her family, she is at the end of her rope. What happens when you put two people who can’t stand each other together day in and day out??? Well you need to read this book to find out.

Can Parker and Raven actually learn to love each other?? Will they learn to get along??

I would recommend this book to anyone who is a fan of Emma’s books. She is the queen of sexy, sassy banter and some serious snark. Also if you love an angst filled enemies to lovers story, then this is one you should pick up. I think you will truly enjoy it!!
5.0 out of 5 stars 5 Is It Really Hate Stars? April 18 2017
By Franci Neill - Published on Amazon.com
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Well, Emma Hart has done it again! She's written a sassy, sexy, funny, had me rolling book! I swear with every book she delivers, she's never disappointed me.

This book takes place down in the Florida Keys, Whiskey Key to be exact, and our H/h are Patrick and Raven. These two go at it like cats and dogs and you just know there's this underlying chemistry that if they could put the claws away for just a few minutes they'd be on fire KABOOM!!!

Raven is a true mixologist and has her own bar in Whiskey Key. She's got some great drinks that I think I'd like to try on my next tropical vacation. She's decided to expand her bar to offer food, but can't find a chef that is worth his weight in Michelin stars...well she could, but her brother won't do it, and his best friend is the dreaded Patrick. Add into the mix, the fact that her family is hold a reunion over the summer and her VERY Greek family will all be in attendance. That alone had me cracking up!

When these two decide to work together in her bar, well it wasn't really decided, it came about for a variety of reasons, let's just say there's more than food being cooked and drinks being mixed! What I loved so much about this book is that Patrick's feelings for her really came out of nowhere and he just didn't know what to do about them....

"Raven Archer had her own gravitational pull, and I was afraid there was no breaking free."

Talk about throwing him for loop. Whatever that pull was for him, he embraced it, in fact they both did and leave it to Ms. Hart to give us some of the dirtiest talking, steamiest sex imaginable! The underlying animosity these two had was the driver for them coming together between the sheets and it was unlike anything they'd ever experienced before.

The book moved at just the right pace for this particular story. There's family drama that not only was rolling my eyes and laughing out loud, but agreeing with as I spent my fair share of my Summers growing up with my cousins and their very large Italian family. Greek or Italian when you get that many differing personalities in a room, just stand back and watch the melee!

This is definitely a book that will be a re-read for me because it's just that much fun! I loved their enemies to lovers story, the fact that even when they're together as a couple, the snarkiness doesn't stop and the laughs will keep them going!
5.0 out of 5 stars Love the Sexual Tension and Passion April 18 2017
By Tanya - Published on Amazon.com
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Casanova is my favorite book ever so when I heard that I was going to get more of these characters I was beyond thrilled about it. I was going to get the story of the sassy owner of a bar who mixes drinks like no other. I was so excited for this book! It was making my heart race just reading the teasers. Emma Hart gave us her all in this book because it was sizzling with sexual tension and attraction. I felt it burn inside me and I wanted there characters to crash into each other, and SOON.

Raven and Parker have known and hated each other their whole life. It has always been this way for them, but when Parker comes back home something changes between them. They have grown up. Raven has expanded her bar to include a new restaurant and she needs a chef. Here comes Parker, the amazing chef, strolling back to town, but Raven refuses to hire him. She goes through resumes and interviews but no one is qualified and she has no other choice. Parker, is not only her number one enemy, but he is also Raven's brother best friend. Will this situation work out or will it go up in flames?

I am in love with Raven. She is everything I love in a female character. She is strong, independent, bossy, and knows what she wants. She's worked hard her whole life and she is a force to be reckoned with. I am in love with her! Raven will bring down anyone who stands in her way, and Parker, well he's in her way a lot. Parker is just such an arrogant man! He drives me insane just like he drives Raven crazy. It was that which attracted me to him and made me want him. He is so cocky but amazing with his words. I loved everything about him.

Mixed up gives us sparks, banter, and flat-out passion. Emma Hart always packs books with so much perfection that you can't help but love the stories she creates. I love that she also gives us glimpses of other characters and I hope we get all their books! I am in love with this town and these characters and I will always want MORE.
4.0 out of 5 stars Winning recipe April 19 2017
By Old Dave's Romance Revue - Published on Amazon.com
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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.