The first scene where Cameron and Brooke are at a wine tasting, really got the book going. There was wine (of course!), a party, witty banter, and sexual tension. It instantly drew me in, and I was excited to meet all the new characters. Once again Burke does a fabulous job really developing the characters. That is one of the things I love most about the Ribbon Ridge series, I find myself eagerly awaiting the next book to be able to catch up with the going ons of the family.
This one also included a side story that involved a mystery. Brooke and three of the other Ribbon Ridgers are working on creating a town history exhibit, and come across a brick with the initials, BNR. I thought they would end up standing for something different than what they did. When the women were working together, Burke did a great job showing the intelligence and budding friendships of the women.
The sex scenes were very steamy, but I’ve come to expect nothing less. This is the case also in the Untouchables, Secrets and Scandals, and Regency Treasure Hunters series. I could have done with less of the uncertainty among the main characters in regards to whether they could get over past hurts, and get together, but that is a common theme in romance.
Another fantastic book in the series, and I’m looking forward to Love on the Vine book two.
About the Book:
Cameron Westcott has spent eight years recovering from heartbreak by keeping romantic entanglements casual and simple. He’s never minded being called a manwhore, but after two years immersing himself in his new winery, he might be ready for the next chapter. Especially when he meets a sexy wine distributor—only she says she isn’t interested.
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