The Vines in Splendour

The Vines in Splendour Instinct warned her to avoid a man like Nick But as he was the new owner of the vineyard where Shannon rented a small cottage their meeting was inevitable Life hadn t been easy for Shannon Supporting

  • Title: The Vines in Splendour
  • Author: Helen Bianchin
  • ISBN: 9780263727272
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Paperback
  • Instinct warned her to avoid a man like Nick But as he was the new owner of the vineyard where Shannon rented a small cottage, their meeting was inevitable.Life hadn t been easy for Shannon Supporting her young orphaned niece had left her little time for male friends and someone like Nick was totally beyond her experience She quickly discovered he had the power to distInstinct warned her to avoid a man like Nick But as he was the new owner of the vineyard where Shannon rented a small cottage, their meeting was inevitable.Life hadn t been easy for Shannon Supporting her young orphaned niece had left her little time for male friends and someone like Nick was totally beyond her experience She quickly discovered he had the power to disturb her emotions and she realized the danger of allowing him into her life.Nick Stanich, however, didn t wait to be invited He took over, commanding and demanding And in spite of her best intentions, Shannon soon found herself responding

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    1. 3 1/2 Stars ~ Shannon and her six year old niece lease a cottage on a vineyard, and when their elderly landlords pass away, their future becomes uncertain. Learning that a provision has been made that she and Kelly can stay as long as they wish, is a huge relief for Shannon. The child became her sole responsibility when Kelly was an infant and Shannon only nineteen. The only glitch is that her new landlord is the nephew heir, Nick. Shannon had only met him twice, each time her senses reeling and [...]

    2. The new owner of the vineyard liked what he saw when he met Shannon Fitzpatrick, a dark haired, hot tempered Irish woman (child by her actions). It was lucky for him that she was renting a small cottage on his newly inherited estate. The fact that the cottage set close to the home her good friends Katija and Ivan Stanich had lived in and now Nick Stanich was moving into suited him fine. Shannon worked in the cottage she rented making clothing for her clients, she was glad she could work out of h [...]

    3. It was a good read and a splendid expression of the phrase "there's a very thin line between love and hate".

    4. This was the very first romance novel I ever read, taken right out of my grandmother's stash. I adored it, was shocked by it, and was hooked on Harlequins and romance novels ever since.

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