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    Awesome

    I'm so happy to be returning to Ribbon Ridge with this spin off series - Love on the Vine. This book is a perfect start to that series. It has everything I loved about the Ribbon Ridge stories, quaint small town, family, great characters with passion. I also really enjoy the low angst, laid back feel of the stories Darcy Burke gives us in her contemporary writings. Cameron Westcott and Brooke Ellis have both dealt with relationships gone bad and neither intends to try it again. Light, fun, no strings is all they're looking for now. Until suddenly what starts as just a little fun begins to feel like a whole lot more. A book for the must read list. I highly recommend it.
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    A great new series set in the beloved Ribbon Ridge

    I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed getting to visit Ribbon Ridge again and getting a glimpse into a few of the Archer family’s lives down the road through this new series! We’re starting on a delve into the hunky Westcott men’s stories, and since Cameron is best friends and in business with Hayden Archer, it’s still a great connection to the ever loving family that we all fell for over the years! Darcy has woven a great story here … two hearts who have been stomped on in the past, finding their way to each other and deciding to take a chance again. Loved it! Cameron Westcott doesn’t necessarily consider himself a player … he does love his women, but he’s always up front about what he’s looking for. For once his reputation is biting him where it hurts when he meets a gorgeous woman that he’s interested in and she shoots him down instantly. Brooke Ellis is new to Ribbon Ridge and on the mend from a hurtful divorce, so she’s definitely NOT looking for another womanizer! She can’t deny that she finds Cam attractive though … and she’s in love with the wine his company is producing! Will she actually be the one that makes Cam decide to take a chance on putting his heart out there again?
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    Fall in love with Cam and Brooke

    From time to time, when I finish a book and put it down, I feel like the character's lives are moving on without me, and I'm missing something. So is the case with So Good by Darcy Burke. Fans of Ribbon Ridge will love how this book picks up where the Ribbon Ridge series leaves off, but readers new to the Willamette Valley will easily pick up So Good and fall in love with Cam and Brooke as I did. Cam and Brooke are both dealing with the emotional fallout of previous relationships and their relationship has a lot of push and pull before and AFTER they get together. Neither of them can decide whether they want to act on what they agree is a smoking hot attraction and it's fun to watch them struggle. BUT, there were several times that I wanted to reach into the pages of the book and smack Brooke and say, "What are you thinking?" As the truth about Brooke's background comes out, the book takes a bit of an emotional turn but I love how Cam handles what Brooke has said to him and how he chooses to react to that information. That was a perfect reaction, just the one she needed. I'll go to bed tonight dreaming about Cam and wishing for my own Westcott - there are still two single brothers, after all! Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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    Savvy, sexy and heartwarming contemporary romance.

    There is sensuality to the business of wine. The taste of it, the preparation of the flavorful blends, are an attack on the senses and loosen inhibitions. It' s only fitting that this aphrodisiac would be at the center of a love story. Brooke and Cam are a complicated duo brought together by an attraction that is tempting and unstoppable from the beginning. Cam is a visionary. His creativity is one of the driving forces behind his vineyard and his determination is on the verge of paying off. Brooke is gusty, ambitious and wary of the man behind the wine. His reputation precedes him and her pasts haunts her. Will the pain of the past stand in the way of the hope for the future? So Good is classic Darcy Burke. Savvy, sexy and heartwarming contemporary romance. Getting to revisit Ribbon Ridge and catch up with old friends and meet new ones made this romance all the sweeter.
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    3.75 stars-So Good by Darcy Burke

    3.75 stars--SO GOOD is the first installment in Darcy Burke’s contemporary, adult LOVE ON THE VINE romance series focusing on the Westcott brothers of Ribbon Ridge. This is vintner and winery owner Cameron (Cam) Westcott, and wine distributor Brooke Ellis’s story line. LOVE ON THE VINE is a spin off from Burke’s Ribbon Ridge series. We were first introduced to Cameron and his brothers (Luke and Jamie) in You’re Still the One (Ribbon Ridge #6). You do not have to read the original series to follow the premise of SO GOOD but I recommend reading You’re Still the One for some backstory about the brothers and their new winery business. Told from dual third person perspectives (Cam and Brooke) SO GOOD focuses on the start up of Cam, Jamie, and Luke Westcott, and Hayden Archer’s new winery West Arch Estates, and the building relationship between Ribbon Ridge newcomer and wholesale wine distributor Brooke Ellis and our story line hero. There is a side story developing as Brooke and a number of the Archer significant others begin to research the historical significance of the town of Ribbon Ridge. Brooke and Cam met under less than auspicious circumstances at the annual International Pinot Noir Celebration near Ribbon Ridge Oregon, although the sparks flew from the outset. Brooke wanted nothing to do with a man she believed to be a player- a reputation as a manwhore had preceded Cameron Westcott’s introduction. When Cam offers Brooke a position within the company to help promote their wines, a line has been drawn about sleeping with the boss, and a line that is crossed several times. What ensues is Cam’s pursuit of the woman that calls to his heart, and Brooke’s continuous need to push Cam away knowing that she can never give him the future that he wants. The relationship between Cam and Brooke is a push and pull, back and forth, yes and no, frustrating match up as our heroine is afraid about what the future may bring. Both Brooke and Cam have experienced heartbreak in the past but Brooke’s pain is compounded with personal loss. Throughout the story, Cam makes several attempts to woo and seduce out story line heroine only to be rejected time and again, or in a haze of morning-after guilt and punishment. The $ex scenes are intimate and seductive. There is a large ensemble cast of secondary and supporting characters including Cam’s brothers Jamie and Luke, a number of the Archer clan including Cam’s best friend Hayden and his wife Bex, as well as Brooke’s new BFF, and Ribbon Ridge librarian Kelsey McDade. Kelsey and Luke’s story will be told next in SO RIGHT. SO GOOD is a story with plenty of sexual banter between Cam and Brooke, enveloped by the angst of too much drama, secrets and lies. Brooke refuses to acknowledge the truth whenever Cam questions our heroine about her past, and when the truth is finally revealed Cam is blindsided once again. There is a distinct lack of communication and mystery about Brooke’s past that added to the already tense morning after scenarios. The premise is entertaining and engaging; the characters are passionate and energetic although Brooke’s hot and cold reactions were a little over the top; the romance is a bit of a struggle towards a happily ever after.
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