Kelsey McDade realizes that her love life is one and done. Her last—and only—relationship left her broken and afraid and more than ready to be alone for the long haul. But sexy-charming vineyard manager Luke Westcott pushes all of her buttons in the right way and makes her wonder if she ought to try again.
In nearly twenty-eight years, Luke’s most successful romance has been with the outdoors. Currently single, he’s happy to pour all of his energy into his new winery until Kelsey provokes feelings he didn’t know he was capable of. He can envision their future together—if she’ll let down her guard.
When the ghost of Kelsey’s past causes her to slam on the brakes, Luke is ready to fight for her, even if it means sacrificing himself in the process. Convinced she’s only made wrong choices in the past, Kelsey must decide if Luke—and their love—is worth the greatest risk of all.
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Fun, sweet and sexy
I loved Luke and Kelsey! Both are workaholics, but they find themselves making time for each other. Kelsey's past makes her shy away from relationships, but I loved that Luke was patient with her and was willing to settle for friendship if that was all that Kelsey could offer. Luckily for both of them, she couldn't resist him. Fun, sweet and sexy times make this a good read. Fans of the Ribbon Ridge series will enjoy this spin-off series as well.
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book. I was not compensated for this review, all conclusions are my own.
So Right is So GOOD
So Right continues Darcy Burke's Ribbon Ridge series. In this story Luke Wescott is featured with librarian Kelsey. Luke is one of the owners of West Arch vineyards. Darcy Burke takes us on Kelsey and Luke's journey to happiness. Kelsey was in a very bad relationship that has had lasting effects. Luke is a bit of an introvert and his last relationship failed. Can they make this work? I love how Darcy catches us up with the Archer family as well. Kudos to Darcy Burke.
Enjoyable Small Town Romance
I received an advanced copy of this book in exchange for a review.
I really like the hero, Luke, in this story. He is supportive of Kelsey in every way possible and very patient. Kelsey's past has made her wary to get into a new relationship. She is a sympathetic character but I didn't feel as connected to her.
Like the other stories written in this setting, it is full of family and friends that love and support the hero and heroine.