Mary Billiter is a new author to me, but the title and blub had me, a book about Napa Valley and Wine, Yes Please! Chole and Tony are great characters and this was a good modern day romance with a little mystery mixed in, like keep me turning the pages. You will learn a lot about wine that I want to go on a wine train now. But unfortunately, there might have been too much information that it overpowered the story a little. Mary Billiter writing is well written but at times maybe a little too descriptive. I hate to say that because I wish some author were more descriptive in their writing. I am looking forward to going back and reading the other books in this series.
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