Welcome to Rendezvous Falls, New York, where love is where you least expect it…
When accountant Whitney Foster’s carefully calculated life blows up, she escapes to the one place that’s always felt like home. But Rendezvous Falls has changed since she’s been away. Her aunt Helen’s winery is in trouble. And she doesn’t trust the sexy, surly stranger working the vineyard as far as she can throw him.
Luke Rutledge would do anything for Helen, who’s been like a mother to him. Revive the winery? Sure. Repair her property? No problem. Tolerate Helen’s infuriating, big-shot niece? Well…maybe. But as he and Whitney are forced to work together to rebuild the business, her chilly facade reveals a woman as complex and intoxicating as a fine merlot. Throw in a matchmaking book club hell-bent on happily-ever-after and it’s a potent cocktail.
Love should never be calculated. But it doesn’t take Whitney’s math skills to see that this is adding to up to one tantalizing adventure…
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Slow Dancing at Sunrise
I received a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley and I am voluntarily reviewing it.
This is a wonderful start to a new series. I totally was enchanted with Luke and Whitney. The plot was a great one that I couldn't put down. Luke, a "Rutledge", had a hard upbringing due to an alcoholic father. Whitney comes to Rendezvous Falls after losing her job as partner at an international accounting firm in Chicago. These two just shot sparks off from each other right from the beginning. Neither trusted the other, both firmly believing that the other was taking advantage of Whitney's widowed Aunt Helen.
The antics of the book club was funny to read. I would definitely want to join that book club! They were more interested in fixing Whitney up with men to keep her in the area than reading books! What fun they had.
This was a book that was hard to put down. I couldn't wait to see what was going to happen next. The story just flew by and before I knew it, it was over. I adored getting a POV from Luke, Whitney and even Helen. These characters just seemed so human after getting glimpses into their thought processes.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone. The "bedroom" scenes were written in such a way that it was really left more up to the readers' imagination. But for some, I would recommend it for over the age of 18.