- File Size: 663 KB
- Print Length: 198 pages
- Publisher: Joleen James (January 17, 2013)
- Publication Date: January 17, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00B2GEQJW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #328,081 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Under A Harvest Moon Kindle Edition
"Fool Me Once" by Catherine Bybee
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Not only did the title get me but the summary=grape vintners. Love learning more grape things, so technical out of all the books I've read none mentioned the refractometer and technical things like brix.
Book starts out with Phiilip who is elderly and he has a man that works the vineyard for him. He dies in the field and in his will he's stated his daughter must live there for 90 days.
Others run the vineyard but she is the only one who can make the decisions as to what to do in certain cases. She brings her son with her and the housekeeper tends to him. Her ex husband has also tracked her down and as always he's only there for the money.
Find it odd Daneille must hold his keys and wallet and anything else that will allow him to escape while he has the child overnight. She wakes up early at 3am and Nico the production manager shows her what he's working on. Love the discussion of the grafting!
They also have play time and there are many hidden family secrets...
Just when they are getting closer to one another she hands him the letter her father left and there's one for her also.
Things become complicated and they split in many ways, never to be together again...
So many different angles, I'll be thinking of this book for many months to come.
The hero, Nico, lives on the property and runs the whole thing. He and her father were close. He should have left the property to him and wrote the bad seed off. And on and on it goes. At 16 she was "in love" with Nico and he at 18 didn't pay a lot of attention, so she still holds that grudge over 10 years later. Good grief these people need a life. I quit reading, a heroine with no brain or spine is just too much for me. Get this, she is going thru her father's desk, a locked drawer that she cannot get in. The key is probably in his bedroom but she won't go in the room because it was his! Really? Ok, so she finally kicks the drawer and it pops open, she finds two letters, one addressed to her and the other to Nico. Does she rip it open to read it, NO, she puts it in her pocket to read later, she has a meeting to attend! R U KIDDING ME? She hasn't seen her father for over 10 years, she is pissed at him, and she doesn't want to know what he has to say? I just can't buy that. Maybe it was just to hold the suspense but it just pissed me off. Maybe it gets better but I didn't want to risk my time to find out. This one was just not for me. I want to feel good when I read a story, not depressed and this one definitely depressed me. Sorry.
A wonderfully positive and uplifting read!