Book Review

by Christie Ridgway

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: HOT

2011 Contemporary Romance Nominee

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In the second in the Three Kisses trilogy, readers again take a trip to the Napa wine country, this time to match up the tomboy Baci sister. Ridgway gives readers great romance without the need to bring in killers, Navy SEALs or vampires. Boy, this is a fun genre when done well!

Although her sister has found her happily ever after at the Baci Winery wedding chapel, things are not going quite so smoothly for Stevie — or the winery. She’s tried to keep out of the family business, opening a limo service and moving out of the family home, but now little sis is laid up with a broken ankle and the wedding part of the business must go on. Stevie is going to have to step up, which is really awkward, because the next wedding is between her ex and a princess. The princess comes with a brother, Jack, who is very protective of his little sister. He is also handsome enough to curl a girl’s toes, not that tomboy Stevie goes in for that stuff. But when she is caught in a full lip lock with Jack, she finds herself with a fake engagement, a commitment to make the wedding chapel a success and a slew of unexpected and unwelcome emotions. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Jan., 304 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Bunny Callahan


Published: January 2011

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