Monday, April 7, 2014

Review: The Best Man by Kristan Higgins

The Best Man by Kristan Higgins

Publisher: Harlequin
Pages: 426
Format: book
Buy the Book: Amazon

Goodreads:  Faith Holland left her hometown after being jilted at the altar. Now a little older and wiser, she’s ready to return to the Blue Heron Winery, her family’s vineyard, to confront the ghosts of her past, and maybe enjoy a glass of red. After all, there’s some great scenery there....

Like Levi Cooper, the local police chief - and best friend of her former fiancé. There’s a lot about Levi that Faith never noticed, and it’s not just those deep green eyes. The only catch is she’s having a hard time forgetting that he helped ruin her wedding all those years ago. If she can find a minute amidst all her family drama to stop and smell the rosé, she just might find a reason to stay at Blue Heron, and finish that walk down the aisle.

Kritters Thoughts:  An introduction to the Holland family and their Blue Heron Vineyard and a look at the youngest of the family Faith Holland as she returns home to face the past and hopefully find her future.  She had quite a public happening and ran away from home shortly after to find a new path, but has now returned home.  

Although predictable, this book was super sweet.  I loved that Faith didn't have it easy in the past and her current story wasn't all rainbows and sunshine! This book did center mostly on Faith's story, but it also set up the behind the scenes of this family and town in Western New York perfectly.  

Random note - I was married at a vineyard and am quite the fan of the workings of vineyards, so I extra enjoyed the parts that described the workings of the vineyard.  Especially the ice wine - I love that type of wine!  

Tomorrow I will review the second book in this series that centers around Faith's older sister Honor.   

Rating: absolutely loved it and want a sequel (to be reviewed tomorrow!)

Disclosure of Material Connection:  I received one copy of this book free of charge from Little Bird Publicity.  I was not required to write a positive review in exchange for receipt of the book; rather, the opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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