Autumn in the Vineyard

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AmazonEncore, 2013 - Fiction - 313 pages
13 Reviews
Frankie Baudouin has a hundred reasons not to trust Nate DeLuca. First, he's a DeLuca. Second, he kissed her in front of the entire town and then never called. Oh, and he's after her land. Sorrento Ranch is Frankie's last chance to prove to her family and to herself that she has what it takes to be an award-winning winemaker. And she will stop at nothing to ensure her success even if it means playing nice with the starched, sophisticated, and oh-so-sexy Italian.For Nate, Sorrento Ranch is more than just soil and grape vines; it was his father's dream a dream Nate is determined to make a reality. So when he finds himself forced to cohabitate with a hot-headed, irrational, and incredibly gorgeous Baudouin, Nate is surprised to discover that chaos could be so much fun especially when she sleeps in nothing but lace.Autumn in the Vineyard is a sexy, fast-paced, romantic story of finding unexpected passion in the vineyards of the Napa Valley.

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Review: Autumn in the Vineyard (St. Helena Vineyard #3)

User Review  - Mackenzie - Goodreads

This third book in the St. Helena Vineyard series started out a bit slow but seriously sucked me in by the end. Frankie was a bit frustrating sometimes will all of her walls and stubbornness. Nate ... Read full review

Review: Autumn in the Vineyard (St. Helena Vineyard #3)

User Review  - Cheryl Sanders - Goodreads

Nathaniel DeLuca is a sexy, loafer-wearing, Italian wine maker. Francesca Baudouin is a beautiful, temperamental, boot-wearing wine maker. There was a long time feud between their families. Can these ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

Marina Adair is a lifelong fan of romance novels. Along with the St. Helena Vineyard series, she is also the author of Tucker's Crossing, part of the Sweet Plains series. She currently lives in a hundred-year-old log cabin, nestled in the majestic redwoods of the Santa Cruz Mountains, with her husband and daughter.

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