ONE FINE DAY captures the essence of the Bryant's California vineyard. Jason Bryant has given up his career as an attorney and returned home to operate the family business. He realizes for maybe the first time in his life, he is responsible for something other than himself, and Jason feels he is ready for the challenge. Upon his return he is immediately aware that he has feelings for Sara, a young woman whom he ignored in high school. When he last saw her she was a shy, chubby girl, but when he sees her at his brother's wedding, the changes are dramatic.
Sara Minton returned to the valley six years ago after she lost her husband. At the lowest point of her life when living lost its savor, she was introduced to a secret organization that helps women and children in danger. This act of fate added meaning to Sara's life and is solely responsible for her resurgence. Because of the organizations strict rules about certain personal issues, Sara faces a difficult choice when she reconnects with Jason. Before she can come to terms with her decision, her life is threatened. Now the weight of the decision falls on Jason, is he man enough to make it?
ONE FINE DAY, the third book in the Bryant trilogy, reminds readers that love is worth waiting for, and worth fighting for. In true Sims' style, we are immediately juxtaposed in the drama of Jason, surrounding the winery, and the danger of Sara, surrounding her secret missions, as they try to balance their emotional relationship. The characters are human and embraceable, and they give readers a sense of worth and commitment. Sims has enchanted me again.
Reviewed by aNN
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