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A Taste of Chardonnay (The Napa Wine Heiresses Book 1) by [Heyford, Heather]
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  • File Size: 879 KB
  • Print Length: 196 pages
  • Publisher: Lyrical Shine (October 13, 2014)
  • Publication Date: October 13, 2014
  • Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KM9O6SG
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #367,962 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Great read! This is a new to me author and I must say I really enjoyed this book. I will definitely be reading the rest in this series. Has the feel of a small town romance with a wonderfully sweet romance and low heat level. Three sisters having grown up as the daughters of the wealthy vintner of St. Pierre vineyards, expectations are low for them but each in there own way find a way to excel at life. This is the story of Chardonnay St. Pierre and Ryder McBride as they find there way to each other regardless of the events of the past. I highly recommend this one.
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This is a wonderful book and a great first in the series. The characters are very well developed and the plot revolves around a charity competition. I cannot wait to read the next three books in the series.
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This book was a breath of fresh air! A quick, thoughtful, and fun contemporary romance. I loved the originality behind this series. And what I enjoyed the most was that the hero and heroine were both so likeable, smart, and caring! It really makes you want to route for them. Chardonnay breaks the mold and proves that she's much more than a spoiled wine heiress. And Ryder is her perfect match. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series. Highly recommend for fans of contemporary romance.
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Three sisters, all named for famous wines, being raised as heiresses in the middle of Napa Valley wine country. Think life would be charmed for there lovelies but no so. An interesting read. Not too heavy but leaves you ready to find out more about his quirky family. I would highly recommend as a beach/vacation read.
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I just finished A Taste of Chardonnay. What a really good read! I loved the character development. I feel as if I actually know these folks. I recommend this book most highly!!

I am looking very forward to the release of Heather's next book!!!
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this was a great book! The author writes in a relaxed fashion that makes you feel like you are sitting with her and she is telling you a story. I just wish the 2nd book was already available, but am looking forward to reading it sometime when it comes out in January. When reading this, I felt like I knew the characters. I have never read a book by this author before but hope to find other books of hers in the near future!
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Originally posted at Bunny's Review

I signed up late for this tour. I wanted to read this book but wondered if I would have time with my reading schedule. It seems I am always behind but will always find room for a book that captures my when I read the description.

Personally the name Chardonnay is so unique, fancy and something that portrays a richness that any female would be proud to have as a name. I do not know how the author picked the names for this series but I know I will be reading the second in this series. Merlot is my favorite wine, I could not pass that book up for even a bottle of my favorite.

When Chardonnay and Ryder they both have a similar purpose in helping the community make things better for everyone. They refuse to share their ideas with each other. If they would share them a lot of misunderstanding would have been avoided. Chardonnay did not realize who Ryder was at first, when he turned to the side Chardonnay was a little stunned.

The realtor that met up with Chardonnay was a little creepy. Seems he was only concerned with her status then actually helping. Diamond the realtor was more concerned with anyone status than helping and very unprofessional. I cannot imagine how celebrity status would interfere with life. Knowing that you will never have a moment's peace, you cannot just run out to the store for a jug of milk without someone wanting to take your picture, shake your hand, and ask for your autograph. A person like this is always on display whether they want it or not. For an adult this would be hard for a child this would be unimaginable.

Chardonnay's father is a man who does not care about public image. A publicist nightmare to keep cleaning up all the trouble he creates.
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I was drawn to this book for several reasons: the title of the book, the beautiful cover and a story that involved wine country. I am a sucker for a good "wine dynasty" series. Susan Mallery has a great one, as does Marina Adair. When done right, they are downright addictive. So I took a chance on a new author, Heather Heyford. Immediately I noticed this book had a unique voice. The story focuses on the famous and somewhat infamous, St Pierre sisters, who are all uniquely named after wines: Chardonnay, Merlot, and Sauvignon. I personally love the quirkiness of the names. This story centers on Chardonnay, Char, who is a devout do-gooder with a Catholic streak. Not a common theme in romances, which I found to be a nice change of pace. The story is a little heavy-handed at points, but that felt more like the author trying to wrap her head around the characters and introduce us to the family, Napa Valley and start the set-up for the upcoming novels. Ryder was an intriguing male lead, though a bit too good to be true for my liking. But putting that aside, the two characters made sense together. The chemistry was a bit jumpy for me and not quite as natural as I like, but I think it still worked. I am really excited to read Merlot's story next and I can't wait to see how this author continues to develop. I think this is a must add to your "to-read" list if you are looking for a new series.

I received a copy of this title from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review
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