Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Home Sweet Sonoma by Georgia James and Deborah Parrish



She's savvy and sharp, and loves her fast-paced city life. But whether she's ready or not, Kitty Taylor is about to find herself stopping to smell the rosé . . .

Superstitious, type-A executive, Catherine "Kitty" Taylor, is about to celebrate the greatest achievement of her career with her brilliant lover-lawyer, Nick Dylan, at her side. But when bad news hits the office, Nick races to New York to salvage the deal of a lifetime, forcing their personal lives to take a back seat, yet again.

With life in limbo, an omen compels Kitty to follow a chain of events, luring her to the wine country to celebrate her mother's 70th birthday. But as she steps foot in the door, she witnesses an event which proves that magic doesn’t really exist after all.

Stuck in a crumbling old church that her mother calls home, Kitty is faced with a vineyard bursting with ripe fruit, and must learn to nurture her feminine side, one grape at a time. Luckily, her mother’s rock-solid handyman, Daine Shepherd, who lives on the property, is just the one to help her do it. As Kitty resists, he gently persists, and their attraction grows by the day. She is not only forced to reconsider her relationship with Nick, but her urban lifestyle with all its fringe benefits. Dwelling in the luscious and slow wine country, she finds herself looking in all kinds of surprising places for the love she didn’t even realize she needed.

This wine country romance goes best with a glass of Chardonnay (or Cabernet), so kick back, relax, and follow Kitty on a soulful journey where she learns to trust her instincts and discover what she most wants out of life.

My Thoughts

Seriously, people.  I needed this book!  I needed the emotions it gave me, I needed the comic relief, and I needed the reminder to slow down and appreciate life and the people in it.

When I first started reading it I had a life full of distractions so I was having a really hard time getting into it.  I would read a little and feel like I wasn't following or something.  My first thought was that the book was lacking something.  Then, I kind of stepped back and realized that my life was crazy busy so it probably wasn't the book.

When I finally had the time to sit and get myself fully into the book I fell in deep.  It was so good!  I teared up, I rolled my eyes, I felt happy, I felt frustrated, I laughed!  All in one book!  This book is definitely worth picking up and settling in for a relaxing night of reading.

*Note: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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