Saturday, August 5, 2017

Short Story Review: Sweet Wine by Danica Winters ~ Contemporary Romance @DanicaWinters

Book Information:

Title:  Sweet Wine
Author:  Danica Winters

Print Length: 34 pages
Publication Date: June 30, 2017

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About the Book:

If klutzy had a name it would be Annabelle Everett. What can go wrong, will... Especially when it comes to falling in love. 

In this short story, you will find yourself laughing out loud as you live through a day in Annabelle's shoes... Fancy pants ones to be exact. When she meets the oh-so-sexy wine merchant, Jim Sharp, she pulls out her finest moves and almost her hip. Through laughter and just a bit of teasing, they learn that they may have far more in common than either had assumed, and no matter what kind of luck a girl has, she always has what it takes to find the man of her dreams.

Sometimes you find love in the strangest of places and in the most awkward of situations.  That is basically the story of Annabelle and Jim.  Annabelle owns a bookstore in a small Montana town.  She wants a little change of pace so she drives 50 miles away to join a wine club.  She meets Jim, the owner of the wine store.  After a series of unfortunate events, Annabelle sneaks out of the wine club meeting not expecting to see or hear from Jim again.  After he shows up at her book store, a sweet romance blossoms.

Sweet Wine is a contemporary romance short story that will leave you smiling.   I was completed engaged by the story. The characters are realistic, believable, and quirky.  The story is sweet and the chemistry between Annabelle and Jim is there from the moment they meet.  The concept of love at first sight completely works in Sweet Wine. 

I love the writing style of Danica Winters and have been a fan since I read her first Nymph novel, The Nymph's Labyrinth.  I highly recommend all of her work.  She writes wonderful paranormal series' , romantic suspense novels, and so much more.  Her ventures into several book genres works great for those of us who prefer an eclectic array of books to choose from.  

I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this short story.

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