Friday, May 30, 2014

BABY IT'S YOU by Jane Graves (A Rainbow Valley Novel) #Review #giveaway @GrandCentralPub @JaneGraves


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With only the wedding dress on her back and her honeymoon luggage in the car, Kari Worthington is running away. Determined to put her controlling father, her rigidly structured life, and the uptight groom she left at the altar in her rearview mirror, she escapes to the Texas Hill country . . . and lands on a tall, dark, and gorgeous winery owner's doorstep. All she needs is a job and a place to live until she can get back on her feet. So why is she fantasizing about losing herself in his powerful arms?

For Marc Cordero, freedom is so close he can taste it. He's devoted his life to managing the family business and being a single dad. Now with his daughter away at college and his brother taking over the winery, Marc is ready to hop on his Harley for parts unknown-until a runaway bride bursts onto the scene. Free-spirited and tantalizingly sexy, Kari excites him like no other woman has before. But when irresistible passion turns into something more, will Marc give up his future to take a chance on love?





"BABY IT'S YOU should be called BABY IT'S A WINNER!"- A Tasty Read

Firstly, I must say, if you haven't read a Jane Graves Romance...You are SOOO missing out!  The first book in the Rainbow Valley Series, COWBOY TAKE ME AWAY, drew me into a small Texan town where the gossip is hot and the men are hotter.  The series has a heartwarming story about the town of Rainbow Valley, (Read More Here) and Jane creates an ambivalence that draws you into the lives of the people of Rainbow Valley.

From the moment we meet Marc Cordero in COWBOY TAKE ME AWAY, I wanted him to have a HEA. A Single father at seventeen, he raised a wonderful daughter, and his two siblings, kept the family Winery going all these years, and it's time for him to hit the open road.  He wants nothing more than to jump on his motorcycle and leave Rainbow Valley behind.  BUT...in walks Kari Worthington, soaking wet, broke and in a wedding dress...yes...I know...and it ONLY gets better!!

BABY IT'S YOU was FABULOUS!!  Graves is a True Storyteller!  She writes a romance that has me laughing one moment and bawling my eyes out the next...that for me is a true test of what a romance is all about.  Marc and Kari will steal your heart and make you believe in true love!  






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New York Times bestselling author Jane Graves is a nine-time finalist for Romance Writers of America's RITA Award, the industry's highest honor, and is the recipient of two National Readers' Choice Awards, the Booksellers' Best Award, and the Golden Quill, among others.  Jane lives in the Dallas area with her husband and a very sweet kitty who kindly keeps her lap warm while she writes. You can write to her at jane@janegraves.com.  She'd love to hear from you!




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13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the great giveaway.

White Zin or Moscato are my favs.

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jodi marinich said...

would love a good merlot

denise smith said...

i dont drink wine beer so i would drink a cool glass of lemonaide (not a drinker)

Quilt Lady said...

I am not sure I have a favorite wine I like to try different ones. Your book sounds fabulous. I will be entering under the name of Virginia

TrishJ said...

I haven't found a favorite wine, something white. Thanks for the chance to win.

Sharlene said...

I have the first book on my TBR. Now that the new one is out, I can't wait to read them both. Great review!

Desafio said...

Moscato

Helen L. said...


White Zinfindel, Pino Grigio or Merlot.

Robin the Book Nerd said...

I loved Cowboy Take Me Away and I can't wait to go back to Rainbow Valley! Being from Dallas area I am a nice glass of red wine drinker or a rita!

Empress DJ said...

I have a glass of Barefoot Moscato everynight while I read

Tamsroses said...

White Zin or Moscato are my fav

Tamsroses said...

White Zin or Moscato
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Maria Malaveci said...

White Zinfindel