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A beautiful emotional story, quite relatable to real life situations Brook wasted so much time denying herself of pursuing a good relationship because she so busy coming to her own conclusion. Instead of telling Cam the truth so he can decide what he wants, she hurt him by lying. No relationship can work without honesty, no matter how painful it is to make yourself venerable it is what is needed for us to create bonds. Cam also needed to talk to Brook about how he was feeling, apart from the amzing chemistry honest between them, communication is a most important ingredient in having solid relationships. They both learnt that if they love each other, dealing with their concerns together is what they needed to do
I really enjoyed the premise of the book and the locations. I even learnt a little more about wine! This was very much an inevitable ending with some road blocks along the way. The characters were well developed although I can't really say I liked Brooke all that much despite the tragedies of her past. All in all it was an entertaining read which left some hooks to entice you to read the next in the series.
Brooke moved to Ribbon Ridge after her divorce. Her dreams of being a mother are gone and she clearly still feels raw. She meets Cam at an event and knows he was a player. Cam is attracted to Brooke but she resists him. His three strike rule goes out the window as he persues her. They try to keep things professional but can it work between them when they can't talk about past hurt?
Cameron finds he is instantly attracted to the new wine merchant that comes to visit his vineyard. Brooke likes him a lot but is retisant to start something when rumour has it he's a player. Liked the story but felt it raced to an ending. Would liked to have seen how they tackled the issue that nearly broke them up.