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- Print Length: 354 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Brynne Asher; 1 edition (November 1, 2016)
- Publication Date: November 1, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LXN36G2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #691 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Why do I love her books so much? Let me count the ways. 1st and the most important are her Alphas. I love her Alpha men. They are manly men with a bit of cavemen tendencies that are also very sweet and protective to their heroines. This is like crack to me and makes me a greedy person. Give me more!
2nd, her books are mature. Men acting like men and women acting like women. No babyish behavior. Her characters act like actual grown ups!
3rd, her heroines do not annoy me. I actually respect them. Sadly this is hard to find.
4th, Brynne writes a lot of really good side characters in her series that brighten the story line. The more characters you make me fall in love with the more I enjoy the books. Plus so much potential for additional series.
5th, The cows! Yes, you are reading that correctly. The cows have a part in this book and it's funny. I love them!
I promise you will fall hard for Crew and Addy. They are every bit of what I mention above. I will for sure be re-reading this book in the near future.
Addy is starting over in Virginia. Her mother passed not too long ago, and in looking for something different, she happens upon a vineyard. She needs a project and a way to keep her mind busy. So, she buys it and a,omg with the employees, vines ave cows, forges a new, quiet life. However, that peace quickly leaves once she meets her new neighbor, Crew.
Crew is ex-government. He was a cop but moved to special fir ES shortly after his dad died in the line of fire. He’s very serious about honor, respect and taking out the bad guys. He’s also in the works of turning over a new leaf too, way out in the Virginia countryside. He meets his neighbor and is intrigued but nothing more. He can’t have any distractions and Addy would definitely be one. Things change, however, when he does a full background check on her and finds things that he’s sure she wanted to keep hidden. He also finds out that he’s not the only one looking into her past.
What happens next is Crew invading her space, making his presence known to protect her. I get it. He likes her and doesn’t want her hurt but he’s pushy to the point of looking crazy and stalkerish. I like that the author allows Addy to call him out on his ways and doesn’t automatically say ‘how high’ when he yells ‘jump’. She pushes right back and you can tell he’s not used to it.
Even with my annoyance at Crew most of the time, his concern comes from a good place and that is ultimately why I enjoyed the book. Addy and Crew are good together and for each other and I’m now more excited than ever to read about Grady.
Addy Wentworth relocated needing a fresh start, she bought a vineyard even though she knew nothing about wine and created a new life for herself. Addy doesn't know what to make of Crew, he is intimidating, determined, and makes her heart start beating. When Crew makes his move toward Addy, she is not sure she can trust. Crew knows more about Addy than she thinks and realizing she is in danger has Crew on edge, not only because he doesn't need or want the attention but because he is falling for and plans to do everything he can to keep Addy safe and by his side.
Exciting new series that I could not put down. This was fantastic, I did not know what to expect with Crew because he is bit of a mystery and his background unfolds slowly but perfectly. Loved Addy, she is quirky and even though she should back down she has no problem standing up to Crew. Loved the supporting characters, they added a variety of elements to the story and enhanced it. Another 5 star read from Brynne Asher.
Crew and Addy have both decided to start over in Virginia. Crew wants to have a life of his own after giving his all to his job for about a decade, but he never intended on having cows become a part of that new life. Addy wants a new life and to feel like she's succeeding at something, even though her vineyard is struggling and her cows continue to visit her surly neighbor.
While the cows bring these two together, Crew finding that Addy is in very real danger because of a traitorous person solidifies their fate. Crew can't let Addy get hurt and then finds that he can't let her go because she becomes his new life.
I'd recommend this book to anyone looking for a couple trying to start over, but not looking for love until it slaps them upside the head.
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I would recommend this book.
Beautiful Addy is running a vineyard on the adjoining property. She appears a little unconventional with her pet cows, one of which keeps wandering off. That's actually how Addy and Crew meet.
So far, this looks like a rom-com, until a whole new element of suspense is introduced.
Addy is suddenly in danger, as is her peaceful and idyllic life amongst the vines. And Crew might be the only man with the skills she needs to survive.
This story promises plenty of action, both in and outside the bedroom as the two main characters burn with attraction and try to run from danger.
This is the first time I’m reading this author and I’m impressed.
Found it lagged about two-thirds through but otherwise a good read.