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WINE, TARTS AND SEX
by Susan Johnson

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: SCORCHER

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This is a medium-paced romance jam-packed with erotic scenes involving interesting locales and detailed descriptions. Johnson wraps up the subplot in a convenient manner and even the tension surrounding the main character is resolved with minimal fuss. Though light on plot, readers who aren't bothered by strong, crude language will be pleased with the level of sensuality.

Jake Chambers has moved to Minnesota for some RandR, with plans to renovate a new restaurant. Olivia Bell, a retired cover model, is content with cultivating her grapes and selling her wines. When Liv meets Jake during a wine delivery, sparks fly -- and
their bodies react. Amid restaurant
renovations and a houseguest on
the run, they forge a highly charged
erotic relationship that's threatened when Jake's feelings about Liv's wine
are revealed. (Berkley Sensation, Jul.,
320 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed By: Jennifer Madsen

Publisher: Berkley Sensation

Published: July 2007

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