Drunk on Love

Berkley. Sept. 2022. 400p. ISBN 9780593100882. pap. $17. CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE
Two years after returning home to Napa, CA, Margot Noble still feels a strong need to prove her worth as co-owner of her family’s winery. Margot’s hard work has left little time for pleasure, but her best friend convinces her to explore the instant connection she feels with Luke Williams. At a crossroads in his tech career, Luke views the job he spontaneously took at Noble Family Vineyards as something interesting to do while pondering his future. Neither knows who the other is when they hook up. Although Luke wants more than one night, Margot is torn, but their working relationship gives them the chance to get to know each other. Their professional scenes crackle with sexual tension and, once they are free to be together, it’s a pleasure to witness them be each other’s refuge. Still, the clandestine nature of their relationship’s beginning colors how they interact and leads to some momentous revelations about themselves and their families.
VERDICT Guillory’s (By the Book) latest, imbued with her signature heat, wit, and scene-stealing secondary characters, is sure to be popular.
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