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The sixth mystery in Ellen Crosby’s series moves between Virginia wine country and the Napa Valley, as vineyard owner Lucie Montgomery teams up with winemaker, and former flame, Quinn Santori to solve two mysterious deaths. When Lucie Montgomery finds the body of prominent wine merchant Paul Noble hanging from a beam in his art studio not far from her Virginia vineyard, sh The sixth mystery in Ellen Crosby’s series moves between Virginia wine country and the Napa Valley, as vineyard owner Lucie Montgomery teams up with winemaker, and former flame, Quinn Santori to solve two mysterious deaths. When Lucie Montgomery finds the body of prominent wine merchant Paul Noble hanging from a beam in his art studio not far from her Virginia vineyard, she is unwittingly dragged into Noble’s murky past. Once a member of the secretive “Mandrake Society,” Noble might have aided in a cover-up of the deaths forty-years ago of a disabled man and a beautiful young biochemist involved in classified government research. A seemingly innocent favor for an old friend of her French grandfather’s sends Lucie to California where she teams up with Quinn Santori, who walked out of Lucie’s life months earlier. Soon Lucie and Quinn are embroiled in a deadly cat-and-mouse game that takes them from glittering San Francisco to the legendary vineyards of Napa and Sonoma, and back home to Virginia, as they try to discover whether a killer may be seeking vengeance for the long-ago deaths. As Lucie and Quinn struggle to uncover the mystery, they must also decide whether they have a future together. Blending an intriguing mystery with an absorbing plot, vivid characters, and a richly evoked setting, The Sauvignon Secret should be savored like a glass of fine wine.


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The sixth mystery in Ellen Crosby’s series moves between Virginia wine country and the Napa Valley, as vineyard owner Lucie Montgomery teams up with winemaker, and former flame, Quinn Santori to solve two mysterious deaths. When Lucie Montgomery finds the body of prominent wine merchant Paul Noble hanging from a beam in his art studio not far from her Virginia vineyard, sh The sixth mystery in Ellen Crosby’s series moves between Virginia wine country and the Napa Valley, as vineyard owner Lucie Montgomery teams up with winemaker, and former flame, Quinn Santori to solve two mysterious deaths. When Lucie Montgomery finds the body of prominent wine merchant Paul Noble hanging from a beam in his art studio not far from her Virginia vineyard, she is unwittingly dragged into Noble’s murky past. Once a member of the secretive “Mandrake Society,” Noble might have aided in a cover-up of the deaths forty-years ago of a disabled man and a beautiful young biochemist involved in classified government research. A seemingly innocent favor for an old friend of her French grandfather’s sends Lucie to California where she teams up with Quinn Santori, who walked out of Lucie’s life months earlier. Soon Lucie and Quinn are embroiled in a deadly cat-and-mouse game that takes them from glittering San Francisco to the legendary vineyards of Napa and Sonoma, and back home to Virginia, as they try to discover whether a killer may be seeking vengeance for the long-ago deaths. As Lucie and Quinn struggle to uncover the mystery, they must also decide whether they have a future together. Blending an intriguing mystery with an absorbing plot, vivid characters, and a richly evoked setting, The Sauvignon Secret should be savored like a glass of fine wine.

30 review for The Sauvignon Secret

  1. 5 out of 5

    James

    What an interesting turn of events in the 'Wine Country Mysteries' book series by Ellen Crosby! The Sauvignon Secret is the sixth book and while it's just as good as all the rest, it pushed the cozy line more than usual. I kinda liked it... but then again, I'm quickly growing enamored with these characters and the author's writing style, so it makes sense. In this one, immediately [as in the first line of the book] is where Lucie finds her dead body! We don't know who he is, but she does. We lear What an interesting turn of events in the 'Wine Country Mysteries' book series by Ellen Crosby! The Sauvignon Secret is the sixth book and while it's just as good as all the rest, it pushed the cozy line more than usual. I kinda liked it... but then again, I'm quickly growing enamored with these characters and the author's writing style, so it makes sense. In this one, immediately [as in the first line of the book] is where Lucie finds her dead body! We don't know who he is, but she does. We learn her grandfather is back (what a cool character) and she hasn't seen on/off-again boyfriend, Quinn, in months. Wow, a lot changed. As does the setting... while a third of the book takes place in Virginia like it usually does, Lucie visits San Francisco and Napa Valley for the rest. I loved reading about all the places I used to frequent when I lived in California... and nostalgia was definitely in need around here. The mystery is good, but I wish we started a few weeks earlier. Many of the people in the group she's investigating were already killed / died under suspicious circumstances, so I felt like a latecomer to the game. I'm not sure it could've been done any other way, but it would have made it a 4.5 star instead of a 4 star for me. The focus on wine is high. The relationships between Lucie and her family are stronger. And there is a big surprise for her future at the end of this book. Already ordered the next one from the library... will read it when I get back from Quebec City next week!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Amy Lignor

    This is the sixth tale in the intriguing, ‘Wine Country Mystery’ series, and readers will have an absolute ball with it! Fans will find Lucie Montgomery, wine grower, hip-deep in yet another murder investigation, and this time the victim is a wine merchant who Lucie was not exactly fond of - Paul Noble. It’s when Lucie goes to visit him to talk about getting a better price for her wine, that she finds Paul hanging from a rafter in his barn. Under the body sits a bottle of Lucie’s very own sauvign This is the sixth tale in the intriguing, ‘Wine Country Mystery’ series, and readers will have an absolute ball with it! Fans will find Lucie Montgomery, wine grower, hip-deep in yet another murder investigation, and this time the victim is a wine merchant who Lucie was not exactly fond of - Paul Noble. It’s when Lucie goes to visit him to talk about getting a better price for her wine, that she finds Paul hanging from a rafter in his barn. Under the body sits a bottle of Lucie’s very own sauvignon with an unusual wine glass beside it. At first, it’s thought to be a suicide by the authorities, but not for long. While having dinner at the home of Charles, a friend, a conversation begins regarding an investigation into Charles’ past which includes Cold War research on humans. How does this affect the wine merchant’s death? Well, it seems that a small group known as the Mandrake Society, of which Paul was a member, are dying off one by one. And Charles asks Lucie to see if she can find out if the former owner of Rose Hill Vineyard was once a Mandrake member now using an alias. Lucie, who’s going to California anyway to visit Rose Hill, reluctantly agrees to check up on the owner. But Quinn Santori, her sometime lover, is also there, and treats her to a romantic whirlwind tour of San Francisco, Sonoma and the Napa Valley while they join forces to investigate a very interesting situation. Soon, it comes to light that Paul’s death was not the only mysterious one connected to this strange society, but it just may hold the key to a cover-up, a murder and a really determined killer. Anyone interested in the city of San Francisco and the wine country will absolutely love the descriptions and the history of winemaking in this novel. Readers will also love the romantic entanglement and the titillating mystery as they sit back, open up a bottle of wine, and enjoy this very fun story!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    I wasn't too crazy about this series of mysteries except for the relationship between Lucie and her wine-maker Quinn. As the series has continued (this is the 6th book), I think the writing and plots have greatly improved. This was more about uncovering past secrets and a hidden murder and I enjoyed the storyline. "When Lucie Montgomery finds the body of prominent wine merchant Paul Noble hanging from a beam in his art studio not far from her Virginia vineyard, she is unwittingly dragged into Nob I wasn't too crazy about this series of mysteries except for the relationship between Lucie and her wine-maker Quinn. As the series has continued (this is the 6th book), I think the writing and plots have greatly improved. This was more about uncovering past secrets and a hidden murder and I enjoyed the storyline. "When Lucie Montgomery finds the body of prominent wine merchant Paul Noble hanging from a beam in his art studio not far from her Virginia vineyard, she is unwittingly dragged into Noble’s murky past. Once a member of the secretive “Mandrake Society,” Noble might have aided in a cover-up of the deaths forty-years ago of a disabled man and a beautiful young biochemist involved in classified government research. A seemingly innocent favor for an old friend of her French grandfather’s sends Lucie to California where she teams up with Quinn Santori, who walked out of Lucie’s life months earlier. Soon Lucie and Quinn are embroiled in a deadly cat-and-mouse game that takes them from glittering San Francisco to the legendary vineyards of Napa and Sonoma, and back home to Virginia, as they try to discover whether a killer may be seeking vengeance for the long-ago deaths. As Lucie and Quinn struggle to uncover the mystery, they must also decide whether they have a future together>"

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jane

    This series, even more than some of the others I've read, is very character driven and the background is --especially by this book -- fairly dense. Newcomers should definitely read them in order. I actually had read this before when it first came out but didn't remember the important things such as who-dunnit or why so it was still a good read. Since it was such a long time between when this one came out and the next in the series (which came out last year) I'm glad I "accidentally" re-read this This series, even more than some of the others I've read, is very character driven and the background is --especially by this book -- fairly dense. Newcomers should definitely read them in order. I actually had read this before when it first came out but didn't remember the important things such as who-dunnit or why so it was still a good read. Since it was such a long time between when this one came out and the next in the series (which came out last year) I'm glad I "accidentally" re-read this one and refreshed my memory on all the various characters and relationships. These are not fast paced thrillers but well-thought out mysteries in a fully developed world.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Terri

    Didn't like this book as much as the others in the series. Made me think too much of what an attack on our drinking water would do. I like to read for entertainment. Also, I sure can't figure where the romance between the two main characters is going...and I don't think they can either. Didn't like this book as much as the others in the series. Made me think too much of what an attack on our drinking water would do. I like to read for entertainment. Also, I sure can't figure where the romance between the two main characters is going...and I don't think they can either.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sally Smith

    I like this mystery series. It has more sophistication than most mystery series I find nowadays. Although most of the action in this series takes place in Virginia, the action in California made me want to return to San Francisco and Napa Valley.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    I’ve read a number of titles in this series. I like getting to know the characters and about wine making. This is the first one I’ve listened to and I had a difficult time adjusting to her southern drawl, which seems too strong for northern Virginia. Besides that this one has a very interesting story.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    Really? This series just keeps getting worse. Since I have lived both in the northern VA area and near San Francisco those parts were interesting but none of the ‘mystery’ was worth my time to read.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    I decided to read two books this weekend that I had purchased awhile ago. They were by two different favorite authors and after reading them, I wondered why I waited so long. I think I may have saved them so I would have two books I could count on to enjoy and satisfy; something to look forward to for a rainy day, so to speak. This was one of the books and it did not disappoint. I really love this wine country series. They mysteries have been complex and so far no outlandish endings, with a murd I decided to read two books this weekend that I had purchased awhile ago. They were by two different favorite authors and after reading them, I wondered why I waited so long. I think I may have saved them so I would have two books I could count on to enjoy and satisfy; something to look forward to for a rainy day, so to speak. This was one of the books and it did not disappoint. I really love this wine country series. They mysteries have been complex and so far no outlandish endings, with a murder that comes out of left field. The various relationships are also satisfying, from Lucie and Quinn, the vineyard owner and her winemaker, to Lucie’s cousin, brother, young niece and this book, her maternal grandfather. This book spends some time in California and the Napa Valley, thought Lucie’s vineyard is in Virginia. She is helping a neighbor and fellow vintner by tasting some grapes he would like to purchase and create a blend to sell. She is also helping a friend of her grandfathers who fears for his life. Members of a secret society he was involved with in his youth seem to be dying off one by one. This is the source of the mystery in the book, but there is also the side story, romantic mystery of Lucie and Quinn’s relationship. Quinn has been in California wrapping up some personal matters after the death of his mother; but he is taking so much time, Lucie fears he will not be coming back to her Virginia winery. He does help her with her tasks in California and along the way proves a great tour guide not only in San Francisco but in the Napa Valley, as well. He grew up in California and worked in the Valley as well, but had to leave under a cloud after the collapse of one of the wineries where he was employed. It becomes apparent that he was collateral damage in the affair and not the cause, but his love of Napa is apparent, which only concerns Lucie more. I have fond memories of Napa myself – no, I have no involvement in wine making, but I do love wine. My husband and I toured the valley shortly after we married, with his older brother, who now lives in Napa, as our tour guide. I would love to go back again. This book resolves into a very satisfying conclusion, though it did seem to end a bit abruptly on the romantic front. I look forward to more and I certainly hope there will be more. In the meantime, I’m thinking of purchasing the current books that I don’t own in the series and starting all over again.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Avid Series Reader

    The Sauvignon Secret by Ellen Crosby is the 6th book of the Wine Country mystery series, set in contemporary Virginia and Northern California. Lucie Montgomery owns and operates the winery established by her parents, with its rich tradition of French culture adapted to Virginia terroir. Like any winery, hers is affected by fluctuations in weather, pests, and market price. When wine distributor Paul Noble plans to extort a high price that will not allow her to cover costs, Lucie goes to plead wit The Sauvignon Secret by Ellen Crosby is the 6th book of the Wine Country mystery series, set in contemporary Virginia and Northern California. Lucie Montgomery owns and operates the winery established by her parents, with its rich tradition of French culture adapted to Virginia terroir. Like any winery, hers is affected by fluctuations in weather, pests, and market price. When wine distributor Paul Noble plans to extort a high price that will not allow her to cover costs, Lucie goes to plead with him - and finds him dead. Lucie's French grandfather comes to visit unexpectedly, on his way to giving a talk in California Wine country. An old friend of her grandfather pressures Lucie to accompany her grandfather on the trip, to investigate a Napa Valley winery. He believes its former owner was in a secret society, and is now seeking revenge for a past cover-up. Coincidentally (or is it?) a Virginia winemaker new to the business (and impatient for his own grapes to mature) has asked Lucie to help him purchase a blend of grapes from the same Napa Valley winery. In San Francisco, Lucie reconnects with Quinn Santori, her winery's winemaker. In a pleasurable reunion, Quinn takes Lucie sightseeing along the coast: "If Quinn could have ordered up a day to dazzle me, along with the breathtaking scenery of the coast road, it would have been this one. The highway wound in and out of one pretty little bay after another, the Pacific flashing cobalt and turquoise, whitecaps crashing onto a rocky shoreline dotted with drifts of wildflowers. In some places, the heathery Santa Cruz Mountains telescoped out into the ocean, and the serpentine road cut inland so deeply that it looked like we were driving straight into the mountains. Then the highway would make a corkscrew turn and we'd wrap around another bend where the outside edge of the road fell away to a vertigo-inducing drop off a jagged cliff to the ocean below." Lucie clearly sees how and why Quinn loves his native California, but still fervently hopes he will return to Virginia and resume their relationship. So far he will only commit to honoring his promise to return for the harvest. Quinn is reluctant to risk the danger of investigating the secret society, but Lucie feels she must right an old wrong, even if it costs her the relationship with Quinn.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Virginia vineyard owner Lucy only wanted to argue with her overbearing, price-gouging distributor when she visited him; she never expected to find him dead, hanging in his own barn, with a bottle of her wine next to him. She also doesn't expect the mystery to lead her to local bigwig Charles Thiessen (sp?), who draws in both Lucy and her visiting French grandfather to help him save his own life. Something happened in the past, with a secret government group to which Charles was adjunct, and now Virginia vineyard owner Lucy only wanted to argue with her overbearing, price-gouging distributor when she visited him; she never expected to find him dead, hanging in his own barn, with a bottle of her wine next to him. She also doesn't expect the mystery to lead her to local bigwig Charles Thiessen (sp?), who draws in both Lucy and her visiting French grandfather to help him save his own life. Something happened in the past, with a secret government group to which Charles was adjunct, and now someone seems to be taking revenge on all the former members. Although protesting, Lucy goes to California with her grandfather under the guise of testing out some wine for a former lover turned vineyard owner; while she really is checking the wine, she's also checking out the California vineyard's former owner. In the meantime, she's also re-connecting with her colleague and lover Quinn, who moved back to California after his mother died. Will he return to Virginia? Will he return to her? Also, what really happened in the past? Is Charles really in danger? This one surprised me by going a completely different route than I had expected--I thought it would be an investigation into the death by hanging of the wine distributor, and Lucy would be suspected because of her wine, but the hanged man turned out to be a really minor character. The book was only half about the mystery from the past, and half about Lucy and Quinn and their relationship. It made for an interesting book with wonderful descriptions of both Virginia and California, though I did sometimes get lost in the plot a bit--I was listening to it as an audiobook, so it was hard to go back and check on things. Mostly I checked this book out of the library because it was partially set in Napa and Calistoga, and I listened to it while returning home from a trip to that very area--we stayed in Calistoga ourselves. It's always fun to be familiar with the setting of a book. Anyway, enjoyable!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly

    I've enjoyed this series over the years and have put off reading this book for quite some time because I knew it was the final one. Lucie has always been a great character, insecure a lot of times, but overall smart and mature compared to other protagonist in cozy mysteries. I've loved the setting, learning little snippets about wine making and of course the hit and miss love interest with Quinn. With that said, I'm pretty dissappointed with how this one ended. The relationship aspect was very r I've enjoyed this series over the years and have put off reading this book for quite some time because I knew it was the final one. Lucie has always been a great character, insecure a lot of times, but overall smart and mature compared to other protagonist in cozy mysteries. I've loved the setting, learning little snippets about wine making and of course the hit and miss love interest with Quinn. With that said, I'm pretty dissappointed with how this one ended. The relationship aspect was very rushed, certain things were too easily forgiven and not everything was explained on Quinn's part. The only reason I gave this one three stars is because the mystery part was really intriguing. Lucie was trying to solve something that happened many years earlier and that isn't always easy to keep interesting for a reader especially when it doesn't invlove any of the usual characters! What I really liked in this addition, was the fact that a good chunk of it took place in San Franscico. I enjoyed reading about some familiar spots and learning about some new interesting ones. I really want to try one of those coffees from the Buena Vista now. It's always dissappointing when something doesn't end so great. Happy to finally cross this one off my list just wish it would have gone out with a bigger bang.

  13. 4 out of 5

    jammaster_mom

    This story mostly takes place in San Francisco. The change of scenery is kind of nice for the overall story arc. It was nice to hear a bit more about the California wine story and to "see" a different wine field through Lucie's eyes. Interestingly enough, the trip also meant that Quinn was in this book and it was nice to see the progression of their relationship. I have to be honest, I think Lucie deserves someone who is more upfront and honest with her. I am not a huge fan of how Quinn treats h This story mostly takes place in San Francisco. The change of scenery is kind of nice for the overall story arc. It was nice to hear a bit more about the California wine story and to "see" a different wine field through Lucie's eyes. Interestingly enough, the trip also meant that Quinn was in this book and it was nice to see the progression of their relationship. I have to be honest, I think Lucie deserves someone who is more upfront and honest with her. I am not a huge fan of how Quinn treats her. This book focuses on a mysterious death 40 years in the past linked to human experimentation and old friends of her Pepe. Though the mystery takes Lucie to the West Coast, the resolution is much closer to home. I enjoyed the mystery and really didn't figure out all of the who before the end. I appreciate a mystery that can keep me engaged and wondering. Looking forward to the next book.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jenny Wheeler

    Ellen Crosby is still managing to maintain my interest and move me through her Wine country series. When I finished Book 5 I was thrilled to know I had Book 6 waiting and it didn't disappoint. I really enjoy the way Ellen weaves historical and setting information into her books, and this one is strong on that factor with a slight twist from the earlier ones because this time her main character Lucie goes to California and the Napa Valley. So there is a lot of local information shared as part of Ellen Crosby is still managing to maintain my interest and move me through her Wine country series. When I finished Book 5 I was thrilled to know I had Book 6 waiting and it didn't disappoint. I really enjoy the way Ellen weaves historical and setting information into her books, and this one is strong on that factor with a slight twist from the earlier ones because this time her main character Lucie goes to California and the Napa Valley. So there is a lot of local information shared as part of the story about things like Robert Louis Stevenson's honeymoon on Mt St Helens. The romantic sub plot with Quinn gets an airing -and some resolution as well - won't spoil it for thos still reading... A good continuation of what is a fascinating series.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jeannine

    This series takes place, for the most part, in a Virginia vineyard and a lot of the story evolves around winemakers, growers and vineyard owner. In this novel, Lucie Montgomery, vineyard owner and main character, finds the body of a wine merchant hanging in his barn and this discovery draws her into a decades old mystery/love triangle and a trip to California with her French grandfather where she reunites with her vineyard manager/love interest, Quinn. A bit too much romance novel for my taste b This series takes place, for the most part, in a Virginia vineyard and a lot of the story evolves around winemakers, growers and vineyard owner. In this novel, Lucie Montgomery, vineyard owner and main character, finds the body of a wine merchant hanging in his barn and this discovery draws her into a decades old mystery/love triangle and a trip to California with her French grandfather where she reunites with her vineyard manager/love interest, Quinn. A bit too much romance novel for my taste but a somewhat interesting plot with a few twists.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Linda Smatzny

    In this book, Lucie Montgomery and her grandfather,Luc, travel to San Francisco. Lucie is doing a favor for someone and her grandfather is giving a speech. While there Lucie contacts Quinn Santori her winemaker to see if he has come to any decisions. She also starts asking questions about an accident that happened forty years earlier but seems tied to a recent suicide. The book ties up some loose ends from previous books in the series. The book was a quick easy read.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Dolina

    Virginia vineyard owner Lucie Montgomery finds the body of a wine merchant she has argued with and despises hanging from a beam. This leads to long buried secrets and more deaths in Virginia and California, where Lucie visits wine country in Napa Valley along with her wine master and sometime flame Quinn. There are many bibulous meals with all the right wines. This is the first book in the series I have read, but I shall look for more as it was a pleasant read.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Emily Higgins

    Lucie Montgomery travels to California wine country with her grandfather. Her grandfather gives a speech to a prestigious group. Lucie spends time with her winemaker, Quinn. Quinn is resolving personal issues in California. Lucie is also trying to solve a mystery about a young woman's death many years ago. Lucie Montgomery travels to California wine country with her grandfather. Her grandfather gives a speech to a prestigious group. Lucie spends time with her winemaker, Quinn. Quinn is resolving personal issues in California. Lucie is also trying to solve a mystery about a young woman's death many years ago.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Dana

    3.5 stars This was a great installment in this series. There are interesting developments in Lucie's relationship with Quinn. Eli and his daughter move in with Lucie. Luc, her grandfather, comes for a visit. Can't wait to read the next one. 3.5 stars This was a great installment in this series. There are interesting developments in Lucie's relationship with Quinn. Eli and his daughter move in with Lucie. Luc, her grandfather, comes for a visit. Can't wait to read the next one.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    I love this series and this addition was every bit as good as the past ones. I enjoyed the trip to California - especially having just spent a couple of weeks there myself. Highly recommended.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Mel

    My least favorite in the series.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jim

    Fun, but much more is a chick book than those earlier in the series.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Tami

    I am in love with Ellen Crosby. Informational & exciting all at the same time!

  24. 4 out of 5

    D.S.

    Finally, the characters are becoming more sympathetic. Lucy's friend Kit is not in the book much, so there are not repeated references to her weight. Also, Luc, Lucy's French grandfather, is back which is a good thing since he is one of the best characters in the series. He and Lucy travel to California together. There, she again connects with Quinn. Finally, they both reveal actual emotional depth. Hooray! Finally, the characters are becoming more sympathetic. Lucy's friend Kit is not in the book much, so there are not repeated references to her weight. Also, Luc, Lucy's French grandfather, is back which is a good thing since he is one of the best characters in the series. He and Lucy travel to California together. There, she again connects with Quinn. Finally, they both reveal actual emotional depth. Hooray!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Helen

    This is number 6 in the audiobook series. A friend of Lucy's grandfather who was in the secret service during the war requests that she go to California to look into a mystery involving his coworkers, one of whom committed suicide and Lucy found the body. Quinn has taken time off and gives her a tour of California and they get back together. This is number 6 in the audiobook series. A friend of Lucy's grandfather who was in the secret service during the war requests that she go to California to look into a mystery involving his coworkers, one of whom committed suicide and Lucy found the body. Quinn has taken time off and gives her a tour of California and they get back together.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Marie

    My adventures with Lucy took me to San Francisco this time around. She finally got commitment from her handsome winemaker that reminded me of the build up between Adison and Maddy Hayes from Moonlighting 😂 Finally! Got the next in the series on my stack. I need to slow down with this series as I will be bummed when I get through it

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    This task companion had another location connection—this time with its San Francisco and CA wine country settings. I’m still enjoying this series in spite of a few annoyances. The audiobooks are free and available from my library—which makes it easier.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ariane Pringley

    A mystery within a mystery.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Beeman

    I enjoyed the book. Lots of great description since I have never been to California.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Carole

    So much to like! Enjoyed this book despite not having read the earlier books in this series.

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