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    Coming Home

    I had the pleasure of reading and reviewing Ms. Keim's first book in this series. It was the first ARC & review I had ever done for NetGalley. It is my sincere pleasure to be able to read and review this second installment as it continues in the life of the Chandlers and the Chandler Hill Inn & Winery. As in the first book, the story was well written and the characters have strength and high moral values in everything. No matter what, Cami puts her best face forward with honesty and integrity. She deserves to win. As the wineries grow and mature, I am sure there will be more to tell in the lives of Rafe, Drew and Cami. I will look forward to the story continuing in the third installment.....perhaps even more??? This book was gifted to me by the author and NetGalley in return for an honest review. I have enjoyed this opportunity very much.
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    A Great Read!

    "Cami thought of families. They weren’t necessarily made up of the people who were born into it. Some people left holes behind. Others filled them with new beginnings." Cami comes home from France to care for her ailing Nonnee, nursing a broken heart because Bernard refused to join her.   Her journey is heart wrenching as she eventually must deal with burying her beloved grandmother; the depletion of her Nonnee's carefully amassed investments; the opportunistic manager of her Inn; and renewed uncertainty when Bernard suddenly lands on her doorstep, expecting to be welcomed with open arms.   With the support of new friends Jamison, Becca, and Drew; she weathers these storms and other challenges, and prevails; just as Nonnee knew she could. Keim's characters are endearing and sympathetic.   Their stories, as they intertwine to weave the fabric of Chandler Hill are captivating.   Even while you know how it ultimately must end, you are drawn in until the very last page.   I'm glad to have gotten to know the residents of this small vineyard community, and am looking forward to reading of their further adventures. A great read! [I received a copy of this book from the author via BookSprout, for an honest review of the book.   The opinions expressed herein are entirely my own.]
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    The best is in these pages!

    A delightful second novel in the Chandler Hill series! "You can choose your friends, but you can't choose your family." How true this is at Chandler Hill! We learn of so many new happenings at the winery and inn as the days go by. Cami is also learning how to be a business owner and doing a fabulous job, despite a plot by her ex-boyfriend to overturn her family business. He has even taken some of her best employees! Cami is looking for family connections, and her own happiness. Will she find them? Stay tuned. The best is in these pages! Looking forward to the next book to see how Chandler Hill and all the family and friends are doing!
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    Simplistic

    ***Coming Home is the story of a young woman who inherited a guest inn and winery from her grandmother. Cami also inherited a financial mess and within her first week had to fire the man who basically had been running the operations while Cami’s grandmother was dying. As the story progresses she discovered she might have a half-sister. The plot sounded good; the execution wasn’t. The story jumps around from situation to situation and this reader found it difficult to become engaged. The author has a long list of published works, but her writing style simply didn’t make me want to read any of her other books. I found this one very simplistic. Most likely, I am not of the author’s targeted young adult demographic. I voluntarily reviewed an advance copy of this book from NetGalley.
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    Turning Sorrow Into Happiness

    The saga of The Chandler Hill Inn and Vineyards continues in this excellent story. This is a continuation of the story that began in book 1 and will conclude in book 3. But, it does stand alone very well. There is every emotion under the sun in this book. It is a long enough book that the author could include all the details to make the reader fully enjoy the book. The author paints such a wonderful word picture, I could even hear the sea birds. I received this ARC book for free from Booksprouts and this is my honest review.
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