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    As winemaker at Tangle Valley Vineyard, Madison LeGrange relies on science and logic to make the best vintage possible. It’s also how she manages her life. But with her career in its prime, her accountant thinks it’s time she diversifies her income. Not a problem because her favorite café, the Bacon and Biscuit, is up for sale. What she didn’t plan on was the time she’d spend with Clementine, who has her feeling anything but logical.

    Clementine Monroe loves her job managing the Bacon and Biscuit Café. In fact, after escaping a difficult past, it’s all she has. When Clementine is offered the opportunity to step out from behind the counter and buy the place, her longtime dream is about to come true. That is until it’s snatched out from under her by the very same girl she crushed on in high school. Old habits are hard to break, but Clementine has no plans to forgive Madison anytime soon.

    ©2021 Melissa Brayden (P)2021 Bold Strokes Books Inc

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    A great ending for this series

    I wasn’t a huge fan of the first two books in the series. They were ok but not as great as other books by Melissa Brayden. No matter what I was looking forward very much to read Madison’s story. Most of all because I was intrigued by her character. Getting to know her better in this book intrigued or rather made me love her even more. Being open about her feelings definitely isn’t her strength and how clueless she is about other people‘s feeling is very sweet. Seeing her friends happy and in love shows her more and more what is missing in her life. When she decides to buy the Bacon and Biscuits things start to change.

    Clementine the manager of the cafe isn’t happy at all about Madison buying it just before she was able to. She doesn’t hold back showing Madison that she isn’t pleased. This is actually a side people usually don‘t get to see. She is known as the always friendly type. Deep inside her self-confidence is lacking because of her growing up. She doesn’t believe she deserves anything good in her life. So of course it seems to be typical that the cafe was bought by someone else. That it was the person on whom she had a crush on since high school doesn’t make a difference.

    Working together brings them closer and things start to change for both of them. Madison finally starts to see Clementine in a different light and Clementine slowly starts to believe that things finally fall into place. I loved the moments they spend together. They are very sweet and also hot. For me their chemistry is amazing.

    Of course it wouldn’t be a Melissa Brayden book without one obstacle that stands in their way. But unlike in book one and two it made much more sense what happened and how the characters dealt with it. Of course yes they could have talked differently and I was actually hoping they would do that. But when you have deep wounds from your past inside, it’s difficult to change your behaviour when you get thrown back again. What you often need then is something happening or maybe someone doing something that impacts you. That’s exactly what happens here and what made me cry with the characters.

    All in all this is definitely my favourite in the series. I still loved other books more but I’m still very happy how the series ended.