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- Publication Date: February 13, 2017
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I'm not usually a fan of the friends to lovers trope, but Ms. Gibson's rendering drew me right in. The heroine, Sarah, was smart, feisty, and independent, just the way I like my female characters portrayed. Sam was handsome, smart, but a bit of a player. He and Sarah have been friends since childhood, so of course he calls on her to help him at a wine contest that could get him the dream job he's always wanted.
I loved the premise of the story. The contest was realistic, not contrived. The characters had flaws that they learned from (my favorite style of romance!), and the love scenes were beautifully described without being explicit. Really, a romance written for women of all ages.
I could see Ms. Gibson's books being made into Hallmark movies, which I dearly love to watch. Her writing is clear, her characters extremely likeable, and her plots are fresh and real. Plus, the scenery is described beautifully. I would love to live in one of her books, ha ha.
I highly recommend this book, as well as the others in her Wine Country series. You won't be disappointed.
I like the friendship between Sarah and Sam. They seem to complement each other pretty well (although it does seem a little like she just rolls over for whatever he wants, but as long as she’s happy doing it …. ) Of course, he may have pushed her too far with his latest stunt – asking her to pretend to be a couple for a wine competition. But even worse when he kinda insults her by saying no one would ever think she’d be someone he’d go for. He had to know that wasn’t going to go over well as soon as he said it!
Of course it doesn’t, which leads t a make-over for her and the obligatory requirement that he sees her in a new way. It’s a little cliched but that doesn’t mean it isn’t enjoyable. There’s a lot of time spent with them misunderstanding the changes in their feelings (which is one of the reasons I put it aside) but I can see where it would be hard to suddenly start thinking of your best friend romantically. But things definitely heat up, in more than one way, when they finally start thinking in those terms.
There’s a lot of back and forth on their friendship before they even get to that point. And then there are a couple of misunderstandings that have to be worked out. And they’ve definitely got to work out their dynamic as a couple because it isn’t good for him to run wild and just expect her to come along for the ride. It’s a good journey though as they work their way from friends to lovers to a HEA ending … with a few bumps in the way for fun!
(This is the first in this series that I’ve read but I’m not sure it really made much of a difference. The story seemed complete to me, so I’m gonna go with no :) )
*** I voluntarily read a Review Copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one else’s. ***
Sarah loves to cook. Changing up the recipes she finds to make them her own, it helps her relax after a long day of working. Sarah is home in Napa, she left briefly to work in Southern California, but it wasn't home like Napa. She doesn't plan to move again. Now estranged from her divorced parents, she's always wanted to belong within a family. At least she has friends, especially Sam, even though she's like to I'll him at the moment for signing them up as a couple... Ugh why didn't he think and at least ask her first.
This trip changes their relationship. To find out what happens on their vacation, especially to see how Sarah gets revenge on Sam, which may just backfire on her you'll have to read SAUVIGNON BLANC TO SIGH FOR (Love in Wine Country #4). Although this is the 4th book in the Life on Wine Country series, it's the first one I've read. It's also my first Pamela Gibson book, but I'm looking forward to reading other stories she's written. This is a well written and thought out story. I absolutely loved it! I voluntarily reviewed an ARC copy of this book via Tasty Book Tours in exchange for an honest blog tour review.
NOTE FROM AUTHOR~
This is the fourth book in my Love in Wine Country series, turning now to the Reynoso men, cousins of Paige, Lindsay and Mariel. While characters from each book float in and out of the books, each one is a stand- alone and can be read out of order.
I hope you enjoy Sam and Sarah’s journey from friends to lovers. Please go to my website and sign up for my quarterly newsletter to get some of Sarah’s recipes. They’ll be in the Winter Edition.
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