You Had Me at Merlot by Lisa Dickenson

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Synopsis:

Elle and Laurie are the last ones standing: they’re single, they’re not having babies any time soon and their weekends aren’t filled with joyful meetings about mortgages. For Elle, this is fine – she likes her independent life, she loves her job, and she has no desire to walk down the aisle anytime soon. But Laurie wants love and she wants it now.

So when Laurie begs Elle to come with her on a singles holiday to a beautiful vineyard in Tuscany, Elle is reluctant. You Had Me at Merlot Holidays promises crisp sunshine, fun and a chance to stir up some sizzling romance. Elle has no intention of swapping her perfectly lovely life for someone else’s idea of her Mr Perfect, but ten days under the Italian sun with her best friend and lashings of wine? How bad could that be?

You Had Me at Merlot is the kind of love story that will have you crying with laughter one moment and nodding your head in agreement the next. Full of sultry summer nights, hilarious moments and plenty of wine, it will warm even the most cynical of hearts and have you believing in the magic of romance (and the power of a decent glass of Merlot).

Review:

Ever read a book where you’re pretty sure you and the author would hit it off and be best friends? Yeah, that’s me and this book!

Loved the story, the hysterical characters and the setting – Italy, one of my favorite places on Earth.

The stars aligned and I was in the perfect mood for this book. It was exactly what I was looking for.

A perfect quick, light and funny beach read.

5 out of 5 stars.

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