I was first drawn to this book because it takes place in the wine country of France. The book does the setting justice though as a wine lover I would have loved even more descriptions about the wine making process, the landscape, etc. (4 out of 5 stars)
In terms of story telling, this was at times lacking depth in describing situations, jumping forward in giant leaps. (3 out of 5 stars)
As for the story itself, I empathized with the main characters, felt drawn into their feelings. If anything it was a little lacking in the single line story telling. The ending was predictable, but still enjoyable (3.5 out of 5)
Deep in the heart of France's majestic wine country, the sun drenched hills and lush vineyards of the Jeton family estate seem like the perfect setting for a passionate affaire de Coeur. But the life of workaholic winemaster, Nicole Jeton, is anything but romantic. From one harvest to the next, she runs the world-renowned winery, cares for her invalid father, and bails her no-good brother out of trouble - never stopping long enough to consider her own needs and desires. Until she meets the lovely Camille Cartier...