Sunday, November 10, 2013

Review: Autumn in the Vineyard, by Marina Adair

Sorrento Ranch is Frankie Baudouin's last chance to prove to her family—and to herself—that she has what it takes to be an award-winning winemaker. After being fired and all but disowned from her family, she will stop at nothing to ensure her success—even if it means playing nice with the Italian enemy. Sorento Ranch is Nate DeLuca's chance to make a dream come true and carry on his father's legacy. So when he finds himself forced to cohabitate with the incredibly gorgeous Frankie to fulfill a court order until the land dispute gets reasoned out, Nate is surprised to discover that among the chaos, sparks are flying.

I got hooked on Adair after receiving book one in this Vineyard series for review awhile back. Similar to Shalvis and Higgins, Adair's writing style is humorous, witty and sweet. Amidst the laughing-out-loud moments is a deep understanding of dreams and conflict and how to balance these elements. It makes for an engaging read. The setting, pacing and secondary characters were engaging and perfectly complimented the story. The romance was hot and wicked fun. Don't miss this series. 

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