It’s release day for All’s Fair In Love And Wine! Like all my couples, Sara and Leo gave me a little trouble, and were frustrating at times, but in the end, their story is a pretty great one.
Leo is the kind of guy you want to cheer for. The guy who is not only sweet and sexy, but funny and kind and just plain good. He goes out of his way for his family and says yes to everything, which bites him in the ass a few times.
Leo wants what his siblings and cousins have. He wants someone to come home to. Someone to share his struggles with. Someone to love. Too bad he’s falling for the one woman in Bereton who promises she’s not sticking around long.
Maybe he can change her mind…
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Excerpt from All’s Fair In Love And Wine
Her eyebrows drew together, and she tilted her head. “You don’t know my name?”
He shook his head.
“I gave you my credit card.”
He chuckled. “No, you didn’t. You paid at the gift shop.”
She tilted her head again, then her brown eyes brightened and she laughed. “Yeah, you’re right. We’re strangers. And it would have been pretty weird if you started the conversation telling me you owned the place.”
Leo nodded. “You either would have thought I was hitting on you or lying. Or both.”
“Since you were hitting on me, I would have assumed lying.”
Leo laughed and shook his head. “True. So, now that my secret is out, are you going to tell me yours?”
Panic flashed across her face, eyes wide with fear. She tried to recover, but it wasn’t before he realized she had a few secrets.
“Your name,” Leo said, hoping to calm her.
She visibly relaxed, her shoulders falling and her breath coming out in a relieved sigh. “Oh, sorry. Sara. Sara Donovan.”
“Wow, I get a last name, too? That’s impressive.”
She laughed again. “Yeah, well, I know where you work and I met your sister, so I guess we’re even.”
He shook his head. “Hardly. Are you hungry?”
Her eyebrows drew together.
“I have dinner, and it’s too much for me to eat. We can sit outside and share. I figure that’s more likely to get a yes out of you than inviting you back to my place.”
Her wide eyes and lustful look told him he might have gotten a hell of a lot more than a yes out of her if he’d gone for door number two.
“Sounds good,” Sara said.