healing her broken heart might be worth more than gold.
Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars
While Delores’ makeover is a huge part of getting her out of her rut, I liked that it didn’t change the essence of her personality. It didn’t become a big part of her story. Was more of a sidenote, and I liked that there wasn’t that focus on her appearance.
There is some great family drama going on with Delores and her brother, Denton. Her brother really puts his nose in where it doesn’t belong and goes behind her back and there’s a great fallout that comes from it. Seeing the siblings patch up their relationship — and the hysterical input from grandma Magnolia — really rounded out this romance nicely.
But as much as I loved Delores and Garrett as a couple, I thought he behaved like a pouty teenager at times. I get that he had insecurities stemming from his childhood and his father abandoning them, but the dude is 50 years old and acted like a petulant kindergartener!
Overall, Wine & Dine is a must-read for anybody who enjoys a more mature couple!
I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.
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has created over twenty novels, including a small-town world (Sensations
Collection), rock star mayhem (Legendary Rock Star series), MMA chaos (Paradise
Stories), rom-com for the over forty (The Sex Education of M.E. and After
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