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    An absolutely perfect read

    Fabulous book, I absolutely loved it! I'm a big Jill Shalvis fan anyway, but this one is one of my favourites to date, there are just so many wonderful characters in it that it that I really hope it's going to be a long-running series with the Capriotti family at the core. This book is the second in the series but is a completely stand-alone story with the town of Wildstone being the only thing in common. This book is about graphic designer Lanie who is fairly recently widowed, but then finds out her husband had other wives too, so she is feeling really stupid and let down. She is offered a design contract at the Capriotti Winery in Wildstone, which includes accomodation and living on site for the duration of her contract, and so jumps at the chance to get away for a few months. Once there she meets the Capriotti family, who are just such a wonderful big, mad, hilarious, friendly, welcoming group of people who suck everyone in and make them part of their extended family. Lanie resists of course, but is no match for them, especially the extremely cute Sam and Sierra, the 6-year old twins of Mark Capriotti (deputy sheriff/single father). There are instant sparks between Lanie and Mark and the slow burning romance is so lovely, and there are also very funny moments when the twins and other family members get involved. Then River arrives (21 year old/pregnant/living out of her car), just to check out the Capriotti Winery, and again get sucked into the Capriotti family by being given a receptionist job and accommodation. River has ulterior motives for being there though, but is also a great character who has had a hard life and isn't a bad person. This is just such a fabulous story, and of course includes all the warm, funny, snarky characters that you would expect from a Jill Shalvis book, with lots of emotion too. I really hope that this series continues with more from the Capriotti family as I adore the whole mad lot of them! An absolutely perfect read that I didn't want to end.
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