RELEASE REVIEW: ReWined Volume 2 by Kim Karr

ReWined 2 by Kim Karr is available now!
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The dirty little enemies-to-lovers romp continues…

How to make a reluctant fiancée happy:

*Buy her a huge-ass diamond ring. ✔
*Throw a balls-out engagement party. ✔
*Make the wedding a quickie. ✔

Every girl dreams of getting married.
Not Paris Elizabeth Hollis Fairchild.
And especially not to me.

She says this party boy is anything but husband material.
Cocky. Arrogant. Presumptuous. And even manipulative.
Hey, those are all perfectly acceptable traits.

When it turns out she doesn’t have a choice, the arranged nuptials go off without a hitch.
But that doesn’t mean we’re riding off into the sunset anytime soon.

With both of our failing wineries merging and a contract that states only one family business can survive, we’re spending a lot of time negotiating. And not the kind I prefer. The truth is it’s just a matter of who will come out on top, her or me? I wish I meant that literally.

In the meantime, she demands separate bedrooms.
I insist we break in our new bed.
She says she hates me.
I think it’s love.

She believes our marriage won’t last.
I know it will.
She tells me not to bother popping the champagne.
I disagree.
In fact, I think it’s time to get this party started.

***This is Volume 2 in the Party Ever After series. Volume 3 will release December 16th.***


ReWined, Volume I by Kim Karr is available NOW!

“Run to your nearest amazon for your own Tyler – this one is MINE!!!!” – BJ’s Book Blog

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My Review

The present-day Tyler Holiday and Paris Fairchild are a product of their past – one where they knew each other and developed an intimate connection despite their families’ rivalry and hatred…one where they both let one another down and went their separate ways, without truly dealing with the fallout of their time together…one where sins were made and secrets were buried. And because Tyler and Paris now find themselves in need of the other’s help, it’s clear that unless they come to a truce about everything that occurred when they were younger…unless they find a way to trust one another and prove that they’ve both changed…unless they work together to save their families’ wineries, their pasts will continue to dictate their present and more than likely their futures, which doesn’t bode well for either of them.

Even though life can’t be rewound, Tyler and Paris need to find a way to work through all of their issues…the problem is, there are so many outside interferences and factors that stand in their way and the fact that neither of them seem to handle things well when everything goes on tilt, I’m not sure if there’s a way for them to truly be more than the arrangement that they started as at the beginning of their story.

It’s clear that Paris is trying to protect herself – Tyler hurt her before and she still carries those scars and she also has others due to a mother and sister she never knew as well as a father who always seems to remind her that she was her sister’s replacement – one that will never live up to his expectations. And it’s the idea that she’s never been ‘enough’ that she’ll never be number one that keeps her on guard when it comes to her need to marry Tyler to save their wineries.

In Volume 2, Kim Karr provides readers with more of Tyler and Paris’ past, but she also paves the way for her two characters to make amends…to understand that the past wasn’t as black and white as they thought…to let go of some of the hatred they’ve always directed towards each other by taking a minute to look at the facts as they’re presented. Tyler and Paris seem to be happy and seem to want to make things work between them, but there is so much that they have to battle, on both personal and professional levels, which means that this cease fire that’s been called, in all likelihood, will not last, especially when reckless behavior, undiscovered family secrets, and half truths still seem to dominate their lives.

I knew that volume 2 wasn’t going to be all hearts and flowers for Tyler and Paris, but I had high hopes that these two would hold onto one another instead of pushing each other away, allowing old habits and family truths to overshadow what they were finally building as a couple. Heading into volume 3, Tyler has his work cut out for him and with all of the new knowledge uncovered in book 2, I honestly can’t see how things will sort themselves enough for Tyler and Paris’ relationship to remain intact and what that means for these two as well as their respective family business is definitely up in the air.

4 Poison Apples

ReWined, Volume 3 releases on DECEMBER 16th!

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About the Author

Reader * Chocolate Lover * Writer * Coffee Lover * Romantic * Beach Lover * Yoga Beginner

Kim Karr is a New York Times & USA Today bestselling author of eighteen novels. Best known for writing sexy contemporary love stories, she enjoys bringing flawed characters to life and creating romances that are page worthy. Her stories are raw, real, and explosive. Her characters will make you laugh, make you cry, make you feel. And her happily-ever-afters are always swoon worthy. From the brooding rock star to the arrogant millionaire to the Football Player. From the witty damsel-in-distress to the sassy high-powered businesswoman to the boutique owner. No two storylines are ever alike. If Kim’s not writing, you can find her wandering through antique stores with her husband, trying out new fitness classes with her sons, venturing out to new coffee shops with her daughter, or with her nose stuck in a book.

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