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    Wonderful story!!!

    I really loved the premise of 7 different authors writing about 7 brothers from one family. While I've only read a few of the stories in the series so far, I've enjoyed each one. I love the idea of Colin Brannigan leaving each son a part of his legacy. I was super excited to see Roxanne St. Claire was taking oldest brother James and have to say I loved his story. James Brannigan has pretty much become a workaholic just like his father. Making more and more money for his hedge fund seems to be all he cares about. Yes he keeps up with his brothers, but they really don't have a true relationship. I'll admit I wasn't sure Ms. St. Claire could redeem James enough for me to like him when I first met him. I will say I absolutely loved all not only did he change for the better, he ended up being an amazing man. Kyra Summers is such a strong character. I loved her from the moment she appeared on the page! Kyra has traveled the world since she left home and usually never stays in one place for long. She has pretty much been adopted by the family that is running the vineyard James inherited and finally feels like she has a home in Positano. There is pretty much instant attraction between James and Kyra as soon as they meet. While neither is looking for a relationship, especially James, it was kind of fun to watch free-spirited Kyra help transform James into the man he becomes. I honestly wondered if he wouldn't have already been more open to a relationship had he not seen how his dad reacted when him mom died. I loved that James and Kyra couldn't keep their hands off each other most of the time and found their romance both sweet and super sexy at the same time. Ms. St. Claire delivers another winner for her readers with James. I loved there was so much growth for James and Kyra both as individuals and together. I also absolutely loved reading about the landscape in Positano. It made me almost feel like I was on vacation in Italy. Rating: 5 Stars (A) Review copy provided by publisher
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    I just loved this book! Characters are awesome!

    I just loved this book! It was a fun, quick read and the characters are awesome! James Brannigan is the oldest of seven brothers. When James' mom died when he was 12, he helped his father raise the other six boys. In reality, his father withdrew into his work and James was left to take care of his brothers. Now as an adult, James puts all of his time and energy into his work. When James' father passed away from cancer, without telling any of the sons that he even had it, he left each son a part of his legacy. Through each gift, each son finds something he didn't even realize they were looking for. James was left a tiny winery in Positano, Italy and he had no clue why. He didn't really drink or take time to enjoy himself because he was always working. James decides he is going to check the place out and then probably sell it. He already has a standing offer from an American company looking to expand. James arrives in Italy and is thrown for a loop starting with his ride to his hotel. Seems everyone knows everyone's business here! Then in walks Kyra Summers....a free spirit, little blonde thing, ray of sunshine that catches his attention. I just loved their first meeting! Too funny! When he realizes who Kyra actually is things get even better. When James meets the Sebastiani family that's when the real fun really begins! This huge group of people were so fun, especially Anamaria! As James is trying to figure out why his father left him this winery, his feelings for Kyra begin to grow. He is for once relaxing and taking time out for himself and not thinking about work. As James is starting to find the answers to all his questions, he starts to understand why his dad sent him to the winery. I just adored these two characters. James was a typical first born, always wanting to do the right thing. Kyra was such a breath of fresh air and she was almost always happy! Together they each found something that neither of them realized they were ever looking for.
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    Loved it!!

    Loved this book!! James is the oldest brother, of seven brothers where he he has inherited a winery from his father on the Amalfi Coast. James goes to the winery for one thing, that is to sell it not to meet and fall in love with carefree, Kyra. Kyra has never put down roots, until she came upon the winery and now she calls it home. She will do anything to win over James, so he doesn't sell the winery. Neither expecting to open their hearts out to each other but as they spend time traveling the beautiful coast, they both find love when least expect. This was a book that I could not put down. I felt like I was on vacation in Italy, with vivid descriptive writing , must say you should have a nice glass of wine while reading. I have not read the other stories in this series, but will be adding them to my TBR list.
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    Loved it

    Loved this one! One of my favorites in this collaborative series. After the death of their father, the seven Brannigan brothers are each left a legacy by their father. James was left a vineyard in Italy. He's a hedge fund manager not a vintner so why would his father leave him a winery?? With a plan to sell the place as quick as possible James finds himself in the Italian countryside on his way to see this winery for himself and get the info needed to assess the value and sell it. Kyra Summers has lived all over the world. Never staying in one place long until this wonderful little winery on the Amalfi coast of Italy. She's come to love not only the place but the family who runs the place and has enveloped her as one of their own. Now they are counting on her to convince the American not to sell the winery to some large company. Easier said than done. James Brannigan is all business all the time. Can Kyra convince him to slow down and smell the lemons?? You definitely want to read this one and find out. I highly recommend it.
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    Loved it!

    Love the series and I knew I would love this one in particular. I have read the Barefoot series from Roxanne St. Claire and enjoyed them so I knew what I was getting with "James" and I loved the introductory as well.
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