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Autumn in the Vineyard (A St. Helena Vineyard Novel Book 3) Kindle Edition

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"Autumn in the Vineyard is best savored like the fine wine it evokes. This romance is heartwarming... Give this one a read some fall night with a good glass of red wine." —RT Book Reviews, 4 stars

"Readers familiar with the earlier books will recognize Frankie and Nate and remember the kiss that sent the sizzle-meter soaring in Kissing Under the Mistletoe … Part of the appeal is setting, both St. Helena as a particular place and the wine culture generally. Adair is generous with the details, giving the reader a strong sense of place … I look forward to another trip to St. Helena." —Just Janga Reviews

About the Author

Marina Adair is a national best-selling author of romance novels. Along with the St. Helena Vineyard series, she is also the author of Sugar’s Twice as Sweet, part of the Sugar series. She lives with her husband, daughter, and three neurotic cats in Northern California.

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  • File Size: 1210 KB
  • Print Length: 326 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1477848134
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance (October 29, 2013)
  • Publication Date: October 29, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,650 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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#1 National Bestselling Author

Marina Adair is a #1 National best-selling author of romance novels and holds a Master of Fine arts in creative writing. Along with the Sugar, Georgia series, she is also the author the St. Helena Vineyard series, and her upcoming Heroes of St Helena series. She currently lives with her husband, daughter, and two neurotic cats in Northern California.

As a writer, Marina is devoted to giving her readers contemporary romance where the towns are small, the personalities large, and the romance explosive. She also loves to interact with readers and you can catch her on Twitter at @MarinaEAdair or visit her at Keep up with Marina by signing up for her newsletter at

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By K. Branfield TOP 1000 REVIEWER on October 29, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
Autumn in the Vineyard is an incredibly heartwarming and emotion-filled addition to Marina Adair's fabulous St. Helena Vineyard series. It is a sizzling hot and sweetly romantic read that old and new fans of the series are sure to love.

Francesa "Frankie" Baudouin is devastated when her grandfather fires her from the family wine business but she quickly makes plans to purchase a vineyard and produce her own wine. But that plan comes to a screeching halt when rival vintner Nate DeLuca takes her to court over a land dispute. Forced to work together by a judge who wants to put the two families' long standing feud to rest once and for all, Frankie and Nate give in to their smoldering desire but a misunderstanding threatens their newfound relationship.

Lurking underneath Frankie's tough as nails exterior is an aching desire to fit in with her family. She has a couple of close friends, but her single-minded dedication to the family winemaking business leaves her with little time for a social life. While Frankie does not let much intimidate her, she is out of her depth when it comes to girly type activities. Frankie's galpals require her participation in some things that are way out of her comfort zone and loyal friend that she is, Frankie gives in gracefully despite her discomfort. These scenes result in some of the most hilarious and poignant moments in the novel. But Frankie is at her most vulnerable when she is dealing with her tangled emotions for Nate. Their past is complicated and the few times she lets her guard down with him, Nate manages to hurt her in the worst possible ways.

Nate really is a great guy, but he inadvertently hurts Frankie time and again.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Melody May on November 10, 2013
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All right, for the past few days I have been trying to come up with what to say about Autumn in the Vineyard by Marina Adair. First off, I LOVE this book, and since it was so awesome I'm at a lost for words. One thing, it would be super easy to spill the beans about the story and tell you everything, because it was that awesome. However, that wouldn't be fair to everyone.

Reasons I love the story:

Frankie: She's a walking contradiction. Even though she acts big and tough, she really does have a good heart and willing to anything for people that she truly cares about. She tries so hard to get the love her family, but they seem to only give it on conditions. This tears Frankie up inside, and she's trying to hold it together.

Nate: The Golden Boy. The guy who can do no wrong and basically charm anything with his smile. Once he learns Frankie's situation he tries to help her. However, it doesn't go so well, because she doesn't trust him. Which is completely understandable, after all he's a Deluca and she's a Baudouin.

Mittens: The Alpaca. He's eats anything and everything. However, when Frankie needs a friend that won't judge or say anything, he's there for her.

I love this story, because it has it all. You're laughing and crying through this book. You feel the turmoil that Frankie goes through as she tries to rebuild her life. Then life has a sense of humor when she ends up stuck with her mortal enemy Nate. Her dislike for Nate goes further than the feud behind the family. This enemies to lovers story will have you entertain through out the book and wondering if it will become love or bloodshed. So, you like a good enemies to lovers story or a love for alpacas, I would highly recommend Autumn in the Vineyard.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By KJMReviews VINE VOICE on November 10, 2013
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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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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Andrea T on November 9, 2013
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Earlier this year I read Summer in Napa, book two in the St. Helena Vineyard series. In that story, we had Marco and Lexie, fighting each other and fighting love. It was such a good story. We also got Marco's brother Nate, and Frankie, his would-be nemesis. What was so intriguing about Nate and Frankie was that even though they seemed to hate one another, there was definitely an undercurrent of intense attraction. For that reason, I was so happy to read their book, Autumn in the Vineyard.

True to what was promised, Nate and Frankie's love/hate relationship made Autumn in the Vineyard a fun read. I love when an author can pull of an antagonistic relationship without making either character annoying, or pushing the issue so far that I end up not caring. Adair did a great job of portraying the thin line of love/hate between Nate and Frankie. The dual narrative helped me understand exactly where both characters were coming from, and had me anxious for both to finally take a chance on love. I also appreciated that while the story was humorous, it also portrayed a nice amount of character growth for Nate and Frankie.

One of the aspects I enjoy about this series is the setting. I've never been to Napa, but Adair created an atmosphere in the books that made me "see" the setting in all its beauty. Also, she did a very thorough job of portraying the life and work of the art of producing wine. The passion the characters displayed for their way of life, their livelihood, was gorgeous.

Autumn in the Vineyard is another nice addition to the St. Helena Vineyard series. I like that the stories are companions, and can be read as standalones, though I would also recommend reading all the books. I would definitely recommend this series to Contemporary Romance lovers.
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