Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Review: Be Mine Forever, by Marina Adair

I've had the pleasure of reading all of Adair's Vineyard books, falling in love with them page by page. I'm addicted to her quick wit, fresh writing style, roaring humor, and three-dimensional characters. This book was no different. However, of all the titles to date, this one seemed to have the most heart. Trey snagged me immediately, and Sara was a wonderful match for him. It was nice to see this play out realistically and watch them grow. As always, the setting and secondary characters were perfect. Not to be missed!

BLURB: Trey DeLuca is the VP of sales for his family’s wine company, he’s never in any one city—or with any one woman—for long, which is how he likes it. But when family obligations keep him temporarily grounded in his hometown, he finds the perfect distraction. Between raising her son and struggling to keep her dance school afloat, Sara Reed has her hands full. Dance students she needs—a steamy tangled sheets cha-cha with a self-admitted commitment-phobe? Not going to happen. But sparks fly as the town prepares for a big Valentine’s Day gala, and Sara needs to teach Trey some new steps or risk losing him—and her heart—forever.

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