Mia James almost had it all…
At thirty, she was a successful photographer with the craziest but most loyal friends in the world and a wonderful life in a picturesque village. The only things missing were a husband and a brood of kids. Love happens when you least expect it, her mom always said.
An appointment to show her photography portfolio brought her front and center with Jack Barnes, a gorgeous, successful Manhattan businessman. Mia was smitten, and they married less than a year later. Unfortunately, the marital bliss she craved never showed up.
Jack, the controlling absentee husband, had a secret: someone else was occupying his mind and bed. Mia had no idea until a chance sighting revealed the real Jack with his mystery woman.
Payback was definitely in order and way overdue. With a little help from her friends and a lot of Merlot, Mia was on a mission to take Jack down.
With hilarious speed bumps, hiccups, and crazy calamities along the way, Mia’s ridiculous plot for payback turned into a chance for unexpected friendships and real love.
Payback and a Bottle of Merlot is the first romantic comedy novel in this contemporary romance series. Like Sisters is a laugh out loud series of best friends, hot guys and the right amount of steam to have you anxiously waiting for the next book.
Note: There are no cliffhangers in this series, but since the characters carry over, the books are best read in sequence.
Like Sisters Contemporary Romance Series:
PAYBACK AND A BOTTLE OF MERLOT
INSECURITY AND A BOTTLE OF MERLOT
DESTINY AND A BOTTLE OF MERLOT
INTRIGUE AND A BOTTLE OF MERLOT
DESIRE AND A BOTTLE OF MERLOT
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Payback and a Bottle of Merlot
Liked the story but felt it took too long to get Jack out in his place and not enough time on Mia and Aaron....
No. Just N.O.
Slow. Doesn’t hold interest. Predictable. It’s like a high school drama love story or better yet a rip off of the movie “The Other Woman”. At least Kate Upton is not
So so so bad
This book was terrible! The characters were one dimensional. The end was predictable and the fact that I actually tortured myself long enough to finish this speaks for my masochistic tendencies. The writing was juvenile. I felt like this is the kind of story a vapid teenager would turn in if given an assignment to write about overcoming hardship. And said teenager would receive an F.