Small towns are for small minds. I left for college and never looked back.
Ensconced in my luxurious, and lucrative, vineyard, I barely ever spare a thought for my old life. Until I got word that my self-declared 'godfather' had passed and put me in charge of his estate.
Now I've got to go back to the town where the cows outnumber the people to put his affairs in order. I expected to see familiar faces, a little order, a lot worse for wear.
What I didn't expect to see is the fresh-faced female who snuck into my bed, and who's trying to sneak into my heart. But can I trust her, or is she after my bank account and not my affection?
Warning: This is a steamy romance story that includes adult content suitable for readers 18+
WORTH IT SERIES:
Worth Every Cent
Worth More Than Money
Wow great reading.one I could not put down. Till done. TY55
I hate when an author doesn’t finish a story until you buy the next book in the series. Not buying another from this author.15
But there were grammatical errors and some repeating of situations. Those were a little irritating to read.45
I felt like the book was disjointed! The ending sucked! I dislike stories that blame the women for everything that is beyond their control. I will give this book 3 1/2 stars. I didn’t even look to find out how much the next book cost, cause the present one wasn’t that good.35
Not a standalone. Will get the next 2 books. Couldn’t put it down. Loved it…55
It keeps you on edge and great devoting love story55
The book is a great read and the story had turning page after page. One problem I find with many ebooks is that the editing is really bad. When I read. Read every word so I see every grammatical mistake etc.45
This book started to be very impressive the characters and story were good I really liked it. But around the middle of the book it turned to complete crap and literally every 10-15 sentences the main characters started having sex again and again and again there was no substance. I don’t really recommend this book.25
Interesting exploration of psychology of the characters.35