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  • Blackpeak Vines
  • Holly Ford
  • English
  • 06 September 2019
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Blackpeak Vines

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In this sizzling romance a mother and daughter arrive at Blackpeak Vineyard in search of a new life and new loveLonging for a new life in the country former television executive Lizzie Harrington settles on the vineyard south of Blackpeak Station bringing with her some glamorous guests none so than the dazzling actor Richard Bourne with whom Lizzie has had a secr. Easy bedtime reading kind of predictable Everybody handsome and beautiful Learned what an 'ute' is in New Zealand and learned how to prevent grapes being damaged by frost light fires and use a chopper to push down the warmth

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Et love affair for years But in the hills beyond Lizzie’s boundary fence lives a very different sort of man Could one unforgettable encounter be about to change the course of Lizzie’s life in ways than she had expectedMeanwhile a visit from Lizzie’s beautiful daughter Ella puts other hearts in danger At Blackpeak Station Charlotte Black and her partner Rob ar. I didn't warm to this book as I did to Blackpeak Station

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E busy not only with sheep but also a fashion shoot featuring Italian male models Of all the men at Blackpeak will Ella fall for the one she can’t have And what of the striking man whom Lizzie unwittingly ushers back into Charlotte’s lifeGrab a checked shirt and hold on in Holly Ford’s new high country adventure the course of true love is about to get bumpy. Still an enjoyable readI did prefer Blackpeak Station but both books have a great mix of characters again with realistic dialogue

About the Author: Holly Ford

Holly Ford was raised in southern sheep country spending her childhood and early adult years among hill properties of varying sizes Like most New Zealanders she has always loved the South Island's high country and admired the women and men who work it