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Book 2, An Oregon Wine Country Romance

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In the second book of Heather Heyford’s series, set in Oregon’s wine country, having a crush takes on a whole new meaning when a lady sommelier teams up with the hottie from her high school days . . .
The Girl Most Likely
. . . to be a waitress at her hometown café. That’s what Clarkston’s high school yearbook said about Poppy Springer ten years ago and that’s where the beauty queen is today. But that’s about to change now that Poppy has been offered a position as a lady sommelier at a cutting-edge new restaurant. Only Poppy has an embarrassing secret that could keep her from landing her dream job. A secret her high school crush seems determined to help her with . . .
The Man Most Wanted
In high school, Heath Sinclair may have been voted most likely to blow something up, but these days the sexy science prodigy is a self-made success story with his popular microbrewery and chiseled good looks.  So why is Clarkston’s most-eligible man so hell-bent on helping Poppy prove that she is more than her reputation? Could it be the enigmatic bachelor has a hankering for the girl who got away?

Customer Reviews


I am glad I grabbed the second book in this series. Now I have them all so far. Heather has given me lots of knowledge about beer and wines. This book jerked me into this story. I couldn't put it down. Poppy waits tables at the family cafe. Demi is jealous of her and gives her jabs whenever. Now is reunion time. Heath is insecure and only feels safe with Poppy. Poppy has dyslexia and Heath helped her through school. Now she wants to move away to not be treated as a kid. Poor Heath panics. She passes her wine tests and gets to be the best. She goes home and feels like a stranger. She feels like she is being used. I like this story. Will Demi still poke at her? Will Heath move with her? What happens to the cafe? I recommend this book for anyone to read. Don't let this story slip through your fingers! Enjoy your reading! I volunteered to read and review this book.

Very enjoyable

I really enjoyed this one! Heath and Poppy were two intriguing characters. Heath is the local science guy who made good with his microbrewery. Poppy is a waitress in her parents diner and is loved by the whole town. She struggles with self esteem though. Partly because of mean girl nastiness in high school and partly because of the dyslexia she's battled her entire life. Now she has a chance to make it on her own as a sommelier for a fancy new restaurant in the city. The only thing standing in her way is getting through the written test for her designation and she needs Heath's help studying for it. Will she be able to walk away from the town and Heath when the time comes or will she listen to her heart?

A recommended read!


Love this book and the series! It engages the reader from beginning to end and is a true testament to the value of friendship in romance and love.

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  • $3.99
  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Published: Mar 28, 2017
  • Publisher: Kensington
  • Seller: Penguin Random House LLC
  • Print Length: 232 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Series: Book 2, An Oregon Wine Country Romance
  • Requirements: To view this book, you must have an iOS device with iBooks 1.3.1 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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