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Prodigal Son

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He always gets what he wants--and that's made Matt Sheppard an international success as a vintner. So he never saw his mother's blackmail coming. She says she'll sell the family's vineyard if he doesn't stay put for exactly one year. But running the Diamond Dust with his brothers was his father's dream, not his. Now he's shackled to the place by familial ties as strong as...more
ebook, 288 pages
Published May 1st 2011 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published January 1st 2011)
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Our hero, Matt Shephard, is a strong-willed middle son who left his family’s wine business to build his own expertise and wine empire. With his mother about to remarry, she wants her boys back working on the family vineyard, so she black mails him into working for a year with his brothers. This puts him in direct conflict with our heroine, the current manager of the Vineyard.

Connie had been hoping and building a business plan in which she would become a partner in the business, but the blackmai...more
There are people with high family values who are ready to sacrifice anything for the family and then our stubborn (really ?) hero who believes in different ways of life, who is blackmailed by mother to join in the family business realizes that he too wants a family, well too soon and too abrupt.

Nothing great.
I was engrossed in the story and couldn't believe the author ended it so abruptly, leaving so many important issues unresolved.
Not great. The author presents some intriguing obstacles but then sweeps them aside as easily overcome, or just simply ignores them to give the happy ending she had to deliver. It could have been a much more interesting book.
Inara Scott
I am a huge fan of Ms. Andrews -- if you like the Harlequin fare, you will love this one. Real, honest characters, great love story and intelligent family dilemmas. I can't wait to read Aiden's book...
I really enjoyed this story such a heart warming story with two people realy discovering themselves and each other.
Hmm, didn't like it as much as the first book.
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Romance Writers of America RITA® Award Winner Beth Andrews spends her time writing contemporary romance for Harlequin Superromance, sending checks to pay for her kids’ college tuition and composing texts that end up on her children’s twitter feeds. She loves coffee, hockey and happy endings.
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