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So in Love

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After a hot hook-up on New Year’s Eve, Crystal Donovan plans to avoid Jamie Westcott, which could be difficult, given the size of Ribbon Ridge. But she’s only there a few days doing research on the town’s history then it’s back to her glam life in LA. When his family holds the key to unraveling a century-old mystery she has to seek him out—and the sparks are still flying.

Jamie Westcott works his ass off to repay his college loans, which doesn’t leave much time for other commitments. Crystal’s a perfect fling: she’s fun and sexy and, best of all, they have little in common and she lives somewhere else. Only, the more time they spend together the closer they get, despite their intent to keep things casual.

When everyone learns Crystal sold a screenplay exposing the dark secrets of Ribbon Ridge—and Jamie’s family—she becomes the town pariah. Jamie won’t leave and Crystal can’t stay—can love show them another way?

260 pages, Kindle Edition

First published August 25, 2017

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Darcy Burke

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Darcy Burke is the USA Today Bestselling Author of sexy, emotional historical and contemporary romance. Darcy wrote her first book at age 11, a happily ever after about a swan addicted to magic and the female swan who loved him, with exceedingly poor illustrations. Join her Reader Club at http://www.darcyburke.com/readerclub.

A native Oregonian, Darcy lives on the edge of wine country with her guitar-strumming husband, their two hilarious kids who seem to have inherited the writing gene, two Bengal cats and a third cat named after a fruit. In her “spare” time Darcy is a serial volunteer enrolled in a 12-step program where one learns to say “no,” but she keeps having to start over. Her happy places are Disneyland and Labor Day weekend at the Gorge.

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Profile Image for Stacee.
2,694 reviews702 followers
August 27, 2017
I had enjoyed the other books in this series, so I was pretty eager to see what was going to happen in the new one.

I liked Crystal and Jamie. They're both passionate and smart and really good people. I liked that they were both insecure in their pasts; it felt realistic. As always, seeing the other characters was delightful.

Plot wise, it was a bit boring for me. As much as I enjoyed Crystal and Jamie, I didn't see a lot of their chemistry. And the historical aspect of it didn't interest me as it did when mentioned in the other stories.

Overall, it was a quick read and I was definitely interested in what happened. I liked the ending and loved the epilogue.

**Huge thanks to Darcy Burke for providing the arc free of charge**
Profile Image for Bette Hansen.
5,051 reviews37 followers
August 16, 2017
A fantastic read and a great addition to this contemporary series from Darcy Burke. I love her writing style, character development, and low angst storylines. This is Jamie Westcott's story and it's a great one!

What started as a crazy New Year's Eve hookup between Crystal Donovan and Jamie Westcott quickly heats up. Since they live in two different worlds, Crystal in the glitz and glam of LA while Jamie is a Ribbon Ridge boy, there doesn't seem to be much of a future. Yet as Crystal starts spending more and more time in Ribbon Ridge their relationship becomes much more than a fling. Can they find a way to make this work??.

A great read that I definitely recommend to everyone.
Profile Image for ⚜️XAR the Bookwyrm.
2,314 reviews17 followers
November 7, 2017
I've had my ups and downs with the Ribbon Ridge series, so for me to learn that this was the final book in the series was a bit of a mixed blessing for me.

With this story, we finally get the conclusion of the historical "mystery". The revelations on that front were very disturbing, but handled very well with sensitivity and understanding. I really enjoyed reading that part of the story. However, the romance between Jamie and Crystal really wasn't a romance or even a relationship. The only thing they were basing anything on was sex, and that's not enough of a reason to be in a relationship for me. We also got brief glimpses at the previous Ribbon Ridge couples, which I enjoyed seeing.

All things considered, the romance was a disappointment, but the historical arc was worth reading it for.
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2,971 reviews121 followers
September 9, 2017
So in Love had a really strong start--I loved the cutthroat pool game with the cursed cue (or is it???), the flirtiness, and their New Year's Eve hookup. Jamie and Crystal were cute together, her fears about their age difference (she's 5 years older) aside. From there, though, the story felt like it floundered a bit--much of the drama (relationship and otherwise) felt a bit contrived and overblown--would a mature, adult woman really literally run from a social event just because a few people there become confrontational? And then immediately grab a flight out of state, days earlier than she had planned on leaving? I'm not entirely convinced. Still, everything came together nicely at the end, and the epilogue was very sweet.

If you've read the others in the trilogy, you'll undoubtedly want to read this one as well; if you're new to the series there are some mild spoilers here to the historical mystery the heroines are trying to solve together. It's a secondary plot, but if continuity is important to you, you'll probably want to read the books in order ( So Good first, then So Right , and then this one). Final verdict: a cute story, but not on the same level as Ms. Burke's The Untouchables (historical romance) series.

Rating: 3 1/2 stars / B-

I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
Profile Image for Lynn Brooks.
2,979 reviews30 followers
August 22, 2017
Finding love when you least expect it! A super casual hook-up ends up turning their lives upside down when neither can resist the pull of going back for more! I love the characters of this series and really enjoy getting to see the Archer family throughout it. This book threw me a little because it stirred up the ugliness of current events in my mind and lured me away from the fictional haze I usually enjoy when losing myself in a story. It was well written, and I enjoyed how it all played out though.

Jamie Westcott and Crystal Donovan share a one-night fling on New Year's Eve and then go on with their every day life afterwards. He reaches out, but she feels awkward and ignores him until they accidentally cross paths again. The timing is beneficial to her though, so she seeks him out to inquire about some family history she stumbled on during her research of Ribbon Ridge's history and her work on a screenplay about the old building site they stumbled upon at the winery.

She lives in the glamour of LA, and he's working his finger to the bone to pay off his student loans and past debit. Can they actually make anything more than a casual fling work? Neither can deny how attached they are becoming to each other, but it may all go up in flames when she stumbles upon some family history that isn't pretty!
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3,037 reviews26 followers
September 9, 2017
Crystal Donavon is in Ribbon Ridge doing research for a project she thinks she might be able to write about. She also meets Jamie Westcott and after a New Year’s party they end up spending the night together. The problem for her is that her home is not there in Oregon but L.A. When she come back to Oregon not everyone is happy to see her because of some of the things she is finding out is not pleasant and especially not to Jamie’s family. Now they must work through their issues of wanting to be together, and now their issues with his family. When she feels everyone is attacking her she goes to the one place she does not want to go, her family in North Carolina. Now it is up to Jamie to decide if he wants to be in a relationship or be single for what looks like the rest of his life. He and Crystal must talk and in order to do that Jamie with some friends comes up with a plan for it to happen. Not just to talk but to give her information for her research that was found by his family, which actually helps her and shows her how much he is in love with her. Now it is up to her to overcome her fears. Can they do it? Read this nice book and find out. I got this book from Netgalley.com I gave it 4 stars. Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com
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6,885 reviews133 followers
August 13, 2017
So In Love (Ribbon Ridge: Love On the Vine) by Darcy Burke  
The appeal of a Darcy Burke novel is that whether historical or contemporary, her target is always the heart. The connection between author, reader and story is paramount and she never misses her mark. So In Love is a mixture of romance, drama and mystery. Modern day romance gets a hand from a little fictional history. With a few familiar faces along to guide the way, Crystal and Jamie discover the importance of love and sacrifice. If it's relatable and emotional, Ms. Burke surely has done something right.
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4,830 reviews137 followers
October 9, 2017
Another great read from Darcy Burke and the Ribbon Ridge: Love on the Vine series. This time we have Jamie Wescott and Crystal Donovan. This was gold meets bronze. Everything was not a plain as it appeared. There were hidden depths, truths, life. I found their insecurities was a tie between them and the crack that broke the link. It took some give and take on both their parts to get over the mountains they both needed to scale.
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1,056 reviews3 followers
February 20, 2019
I was so happy to finally getting to read about Crystal and Jamie! I loved everything about these two. I was happy to see how it all played out for them! This was the perfect way to end the series! 💛

P.S. I'm definitely going to miss everyone at Ribbon Ridge! ❤
Profile Image for Sandy S.
6,310 reviews157 followers
August 30, 2017
4 stars

ABOUT THE BOOK: Release Date August 25, 2017

After a hot hook-up on New Year’s Eve, Crystal Donovan plans to avoid Jamie Westcott, which could be difficult, given the size of Ribbon Ridge. But she’s only there a few days doing research on the town’s history then it’s back to her glam life in LA. When his family holds the key to unraveling a century-old mystery she has to seek him out—and the sparks are still flying.

Jamie Westcott works his ass off to repay his college loans, which doesn’t leave much time for other commitments. Crystal’s a perfect fling: she’s fun and sexy and, best of all, they have little in common and she lives somewhere else. Only, the more time they spend together the closer they get, despite their intent to keep things casual.

When everyone learns Crystal sold a screenplay exposing the dark secrets of Ribbon Ridge—and Jamie’s family—she becomes the town pariah. Jamie won’t leave and Crystal can’t stay—can love show them another way?


REVIEW: SO IN LOVE is the third and final installment in Darcy Burke’s contemporary, adult LOVE ON THE VINE erotic, romance series focusing on the Westcott brothers of Ribbon Ridge. This is twenty seven year old, economics graduate and vintner Jamie Westcott, and thirty two year old, PA/ budding screen writer Crystal Donovan’s story line. The LOVE ON THE VINE series is a spin off from Burke’s Ribbon Ridge series. We were first introduced to Jamie and his brothers (Cameron and Luke) in You’re Still the One (Ribbon Ridge #6). You do not have to read the original series to follow the premise of SO IN LOVE but I recommend reading You’re Still the One for some backstory about the brothers and their new winery business.

Told from dual third person perspectives (Jamie and Crystal) SO IN LOVE follows the building relationship between vintner Jamie Westcott, and PA Crystal Donovan-a relationship that began with a New Year’s Eve one-night stand, and Crystal’s reluctance to get involved with a man five years her junior. Ribbon Ridge is a small town where everyone is connected through family or friendship, and Crystal’s connections to Ribbon Ridge place our heroine on the committee researching the historical significance of the small town she has yet to call home. While Jamie Westcott intends to pursue Crystal Donovan for something more than a one-night stand, Crystal uncovers some disturbing history that places Jamie’s family in the middle of a controversial era in the settling of Ribbon Ridge. What ensues is the growing love between Crystal and Jamie, and the fall out as more of Jamie’s family history comes to light.

There is a large ensemble cast of secondary and supporting characters including Luke and Kelsey (So Right #2), and Cameron and his wife Brooke (So Good #1), both Jamie and Crystal’s parents and siblings, Crystal’s best friend Alaina Pierce (The Idea of You /Ribbon Ridge #4), as well as a large number of the Archer clan from the original Ribbon Ridge Series.

The relationship between Crystal and Jamie is one of immediate attraction but Crystal struggles with the five-year age difference, as well as the possibility of a long-distance relationship that is rarely successful. Jamie’s personal life is shrouded in rejection and loss; Crystal struggles with memories from the past, and a history she is reluctant to reveal. The $ex scenes are intimate, seductive and passionate.

SO IN LOVE is a timely, story of controversy that somewhat mirrors the political and volatile unrest in today’s American society. While our heroine uncovers a dark and violent past in Ribbon Ridge’s history, the connections to our story line hero are personal and potentially embarrassing to the people he loves. The premise is entertaining and engaging; the characters are spirited and encouraging; the romance is challenging and intense. SO IN LOVE is a revealing and surprising conclusion to Darcy Burke’s LOVE ON THE VINE series.

Copy supplied by Netgalley for review

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794 reviews10 followers
September 15, 2017
Oh how I love Darcy's stories whether they be contemporary or historical. There's always a deep issue of some sort to grapple with and resolve. I also adore that her contemporaries are set in the Willamette Valley of Oregon, my home. It's delightful to read about places I've been and live in.

This is a HOT story about two people who fall in lust and are surprised to find they are OK with falling in love. It happens when they weren't looking for it. Crystal is Alina's assistant and long time friend. Crystal feels Alina saved her when she was in desperate trouble and has always lived in Alina's shadow. She has major issues about self worth and small towns which is the definition of Ribbon Ridge. Jamie is the youngest Westcott and partner with his brothers at the winery. He's the money man, being he graduated from London School of Economics with dual Master's degrees, but blew a bundle on the daughter of a Knight in London and is pretty much broke with his investment in the winery. He and Crystal end up being the only "singles" at the New Year's party at the Archers and find themselves flirting outrageously with each other. By the end of the night they agree to no-strings/no relationship sex that's off the charts.

Crystal is also digging up a local mystery with Kelsey and Brook. During excavation at the winery a brick and foundation was discovered. Kelsey if a librarian and the three of them decide to find out what it is. Turns out the winery used to be the Bird Nest Ranch that became a brothel when hard times fell on the widow, Dorinda. The book is about the historical discoveries and and a connection to the KKK That upsets Jamie's Mother and others in the community when Crystal is encouraged to write a screenplay about Dorinda's life story.

I loved this journey with these characters. Darcy does an excellent job and weaving emotions and conflict into a story I find hard to put down. Lives are healed and growth happens. The town finds out history they're not proud of but realize they are who they are because of it. The history of the KKK in Oregon is difficult to read but we realize we are stronger in unity and not hate. Thank you Darcy for this ARC and the privilege to ARC review it. I am truly sorry it's so late this time.
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556 reviews14 followers
August 8, 2017
Nooooooo! Say it isn't so. Love on the Vine series is officially done? This makes me so sad! Ribbon Ridge has become one of my absolute favorite geographical book escapes, and by no means have I had enough! So in Love was no exception!

The story of Jaime and Crystal starts on NYE, with a hot hook up- but the reader can already read into the fact that there's an underlying chemistry that will go way past one evening. This couple sizzles!!!! Intermingled with the budding relationship is Crystal and friends' project with the Birds Nest Ranch. I love how this story came together! Brilliant! (Being an Oregonian myself, I realized that I know basically nothing about our state's history and need to do some research! Props to the author for bringing this out in her readers! ) Crystal opens up a can of worms so to speak, her discovery directly impacting generations of Jamie's family. But like I said, Jaime and Crystal have a connection that can't be easily undone- so watching these two navigate this trial was a gift to the reader.

Darcy Burke and her fun, easy to read, amazing characters, big doses of family love, awesome settings, and completely dazzling subplots rock my world. Fan for life!

*~*~****MY OWN NOTES- SPOILERS****~*~*

Crystal uncovers Dorinda's death was a KKK fire. The Stowe family, Jaime's relatives, were not only the mayors of RR, but also the leaders of the KKK. After Hiram's death, Dorinda fell on hard times and had to turn the ranch into a brothel. Dorinda's other brother, a peaceful man, fell in love with a mulatto woman, staying with Dorinda as a housekeeper of sorts. Dorinda was shot and killed during the fire that took down the ranch.

Jaime and Crystal get married to their guests surprise at the party they have in the BNR building made for the movie Crystal wrote about the topic.
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1,388 reviews8 followers
August 25, 2017
Jamie and Crystal are fun and sexy, with great chemistry and a relationship to root for. On paper, they look to not have a lot in common, other than their mutual friends. He's a bit younger, much poorer (thanks to student loans and an ex-gf) and a small town guy. She's got money, thanks to a great job with her movie star best friend, and is a big city girl all the way.
But as Crystal continues to help solve an old mystery surrounding Ribbon Ridge and a little known citizen, what she finds may not make her very popular in the town Jaime loves. While he's supportive of her work, he's also cautious of how it will affect the town, his family and their relationship.
For this reason, I am very glad I've read the first two books in the Love on the Vine series (as well as the original Ribbon Ridge books). While there's enough background info to make this a stand-alone, I encourage reading the others, also.
The information Crystal discovers about the early inhabitants of Ribbon Ridge is disturbing, and unfortunately, timely to recent events in the news....events that should NOT still be an issue in 2017. But like most Darcy Burke books I've read, it just makes the storyline more compelling and real. Yet another 5 star read!
Profile Image for Kim.
697 reviews27 followers
August 26, 2017
The Love on the Vine series, which is a spin-off of the Ribbon Ridge series, keeps getting better. Not only did, “So in Love”, have the super hot sex scenes that Darcy Burke does a great job writing, but the historical aspects in this book was very interesting to read. And it is also very timely with what is happening in the United States right now.

As with every book in the two series, there is a couple who gets together, but usually it takes them awhile to get out of their own heads, before they finally become a couple. While I know this is a common romance troupe, at times, for me, it can get to be a bit too repetitious. Fortunately with this book there was very little of it, instead Burke focused more on the on going mystery in the series.

Burke does a fantastic job combining humorous scenes with great character development, as well as more dramatic ones that shine with the character’s growth. And with any great romance, Burke doesn’t skip on the sex scenes. But one of the things I really enjoy about them is how realistic and loving they are, without skipping on the heat.

Stop reading reviews, and just buy this book (and the whole Love on the Vine, and Ribbon Ridge series too), if you haven’t already!
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540 reviews10 followers
September 1, 2017
So In Love is SO good!

Gah... how does Darcy Burke do it? I get so sucked into her stories!!! Ribbon Ridge is my favorite place to be and So In Love did not disappoint. I love these people and this town so incredibly much!!

I was so excited to see that Jamie and Crystal were matched up in this story. I've been dying for both of their stories. They are such a perfect match. Crystal is obsessed with the history of a women who once lived in Ribbon Ridge. Imagine her surprise when Jamie's ancestors come up in the history. The way these two bond and their friendly sexy banter totally tugged at my heart. Maybe it's because I'm a little messy like Jamie but I love the way these two just fit together. Sigh.... I totally fell in love with them.

The story within this story makes this even more of a must read!!!! Two stories in one! This is a must read and a great addition to this series. I honestly just hope there is more! Please be more!!

If you haven't discovered the wonderful people of Ribbon Ridge you are honestly missing out! Seriously... what are you waiting for! Dive into the greatness that is Darcy Burke... you won't regret it.
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874 reviews39 followers
September 4, 2017
I loved this story! I can't say enough good things about this series! So In Love is the third book in Ribbon Ridge: Love on the Vine series by Darcy Burke. It is Crystal Donovan and Jamie Westcott's love story.
Crystal and Jamie's hot hook-up after a New Year's Eve party is more than either expected, but neither one wants a relationship which should work just fine since Crystal doesn't live in Ribbon Ridge full time. The only issue is that she seems to be in town more often because of the research she is doing on the town's history and her friends who she is working with on the project are dating Jamie's brothers. All of which are making it difficult to avoid him.
Jamie is too busy to make commitments so having fun with Crystal seems ideal, until their feelings for each start to change and keeping it casual isn't what either of them want any longer.

I was given an ARC from the author/publisher. All conclusions are mine and mine alone.
Profile Image for Karen.
429 reviews
August 14, 2017
I have wrtiten this about the Ribbon Ridge series before: the characters are warm and engaging, the town descriptions make it feel so vivid and real.

Bad experiences made Crystal and Jamie wary of putting their hearts on the line again. But that did not prevent their steamy, sexy hookups. Both of them felt vulnerable and insecure about relationships, and definitely did not want anything long-term. However, Crystal and Jamie learned that their mistakes did not define who they were or could be.

I cannot say enough about how much I love this whole series. The Archers, the Westcotts, each character is unique yet their familial ties and love for one another make you feel like you could belong in these families too.

And how chilling it is that the issues brought up in this book are still happening right now.

*I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
Profile Image for Jennifer.
32 reviews1 follower
August 8, 2017
I loved this final installment of love on the vine. It put to rest the age old tradition of boys being older than women, and quite well. With all his problems you would imagine Jamie is actually a little bit immature for her, and not to responsible, where as she is all that. She is beautiful and successful, she just seems like so much more. But they compliment and ground eachother so well. Its a difficult get together with many many challenges, but they get through them in spectacular fashion. At times even I was wondering how the writer was going to get them out of this situation, and she always pulled the rabbit out of the hat. And the sex scenes??? OMW they steamed up the pages baby. phew.
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84 reviews1 follower
August 17, 2017
Lovely story about 2 people who never thought they would find themselves in love. SPOILER ALERT: The BNR brick story-line takes a turn towards the dark side of history, with the readers finding out that the fire Dorinda died in was deliberately set by leaders of the KKK. (Having been a long-time resident of the Pacific Northwest, I was unaware of their influence in this part of the country.) Jamie's long-ago maternal relative was the head of the Klan; Jamie's mother does not want this story to get out. Especially in the current times of hate, this part of the story was told with finesse and did not appear to be over-done. I'm sorry to see this series end, but hopefully Darcy will keep us updated on the good people of Ribbon Ridge.
3,143 reviews11 followers
August 24, 2017
I am not usually interested in instant lust stories but undoubtedly Jamie and Crystal have a strong connection that leads to more in So in Love by Darcy Burke. It is the more, along with the huge family secret that kept me reading.

The intriguing plot couldn’t be more time relevant than it is today. This story gives insight into the shame and embarrassed our ancestors can still cause the current generation. It also calls into question the ethics of actions based on such knowledge. This makes this book more than just a one-night stand romance.

Well told small-town romance with a social bite. Fans of going home romances with enjoy this story, pleasantly surprised I did.

The publisher/author gave me a complimentary ARC of the book
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152 reviews
August 26, 2017
Another fabulous romance by Darcy Burke. Crystal and Jamie thrown together at a New years eve party, and just because they know the same people. Let's just say the end of that party got all hot and steamy... they continue to "hook up" while Crystal is in town doing research on an old brothel where the proprietor was murdered. Digging up lot's of old secrets along the way, that many of the townsfolk are not particularly happy about. Will Crystal and Jamie end up together, will Crystal's dream of turning the mystery into a screenplay come to fruition? Well, I'm not going to spoil it, go read it, you won't be disappointed.
A wonderful summer read of a contemporary romance, with a great cast of characters, good paced story telling and some hot and steamy action.
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562 reviews1 follower
August 30, 2017
Burke makes a mark on the heart with So in Love. I absolutely love the Ribbon Ridge spin off series, Love on the Vine.

Crystal's and Jamie's story is full of emotion, both highs and lows. The continued mystery from the first two books in the series finds a resolution in So in Love. The answers are devastating to the Westcott family and make the casual, benefited relationship between Crystal and Jamie almost insurmountable.

Burke writes great characters who have engaging dialogue. The entire cast of characters are dynamic and genuine. The town of Ribbon Ridge is a great place to visit.

I highly recommend this book to fans of the contemporary romance genre.

I voluntarily read and reviewed a complementary copy of this book.
Profile Image for Lauren Seiberling.
652 reviews365 followers
August 25, 2017
Holy smokes!

This is the first contemporary romance I've read by Darcy, and I think I chose a good book to try!

Aside from packing PLENTY of heat, Darcy wove a mystery throughout, which kept me eagerly turning the pages to see its resolution...and how it would impact Crystal and Jamie as a couple.

True to form, Darcy included characters from previous books, and I got to know them and became VERY interested in reading their stories too!

Full of dialogue and details, this was a very thorough, engaging and enjoyable romance!

(I received a copy of this book in consideration of an honest review)
1,975 reviews13 followers
August 26, 2017
I really enjoyed this book. I think it was because there was a story within the story that tugged on my heartstrings. I also loved the character of Crystal who is an assistant to the actress, Alaina Pierce. Who can resist the sparks between Crystal and Jamie or Jamie's other brothers and their significant others? It is funny how neither one of them had any intention of falling in love. Of course Crystal has to deal with her past and also deal with upsetting Jamie's mom because she wrote a play about his mom's family. When that is done they can have a real relationship. I want to read more books in this series!
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462 reviews
August 13, 2017
I very seldom read contemporary romance but, since I love the author's historical romance books, I gave this one a try. I am glad I did. The writing is fantastic. The love story is sweet. And the twists and turns of the story kept me glued to my chair. I couldn't stop reading until I reached the end. I will definitely read other contemporary stories written by Ms. Burke. Disclaimer: I volunteered to read and review this book.
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552 reviews2 followers
April 29, 2018
So Good

Once again, I wanted to not like this book, but I really ended up liking it. Crystal and Jamie finally get a moment in the spot light. It's fun, steamy, and a little dramatic. We finally see the ladies unearthing the secrets of historical Ribbon Ridge - and It's an interesting conclusion (with some important points about sharing the good and bad of history). A fun read and I are myself checking out other work by Darcy Burke.
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9,520 reviews147 followers
September 5, 2017
Crystal sometimes shocks the heck out of her man, "Jamie’s ***k roared to life, stiffening in his jeans and causing him to shift on the barstool. “I beg your pardon?” Crystal can see right through her man, "she gave him a side-eye. “Seriously? I don’t buy that for a second. You just want to get me alone.” His mouth curved into a sexy smile." I liked this book, I found it to be a cute read.
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3,533 reviews30 followers
August 26, 2017
5 STARS FOR SO IN LOVE!! I love going back to Ribbon Ridge, this place always makes me happy. Wow, Darcy Burke has outdone herself with this fantastic story between Jamie and Crystal. One hookup changes everything for these two. I highly recommend this book or any by the fabulous Darcy Burke. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
Profile Image for Elizabeth Wright.
317 reviews4 followers
November 1, 2017
Hoo boy. Jamie and Crystal. Yowza. This story had my Kindle smoking. Scorching hot and still full of all the feels, this was a fantastic conclusion to this series. Not only does Burke deliver an incredibly satisfying love story, she also wraps up all the side stories into a beautiful little bow. I couldn't put this one down.
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