Camilla "Cami" Chandler comes home from France to take over the Chandler Hill Inn and Winery for her recently-deceased grandmother, Lettie, as she'd always promised. Determined to succeed in this new venture, she finds herself in trouble from the beginning when she discovers most of her grandmother's estate intended for maintaining the inn's business expenses was lost in a Ponzi scheme. She forges ahead to provide her guests with wonderful experiences and to produce the best wines in . After being ditched by her French boyfriend, she decides that being friends with Drew Farley is the safest way to proceed. He loves grape growing and winemaking as much as she does and isn't looking for anything beyond friendship.
When a bride planning a wedding at the inn tells Cami that she looks exactly like her best friend, life becomes even more complicated. Never having known even the name of her father, Cami searches for a connection and comes to realize how complicated love and family can be.
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Winery and Inn Romance
Cami has no experience running a winery and inn when she inherited her grandmother’s. She had to get rid of the embezzling riffraff and fend off advances from her opportunistic ex and his attempts to undermine and discredit her business. Cami is attracted to Drew, who is annoying at first with wanting to be a bachelor for life and then dating and thinking long term relationships with one of her new employees. I loved her grandfather Rafe and her precocious Dachshund puppy Sophie.
A beautiful, heartfelt series
What a fantastic follow up to Going Home, Chandler Hill Inn, Book one. In this book, everyone is still mourning Lettie’s passing, but Cami is determined to carry on her grandmother’s legacy. There are people hoping she’ll fail, but then she has some wonderful supporters too. Rafe, her grandfather, is one of her biggest supporters. I won’t leave any spoilers because I think everyone should read this amazing book. I will say, I was so happy who Cami ended up with in the end.
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