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Early Harvest (Wine Tasting #3)

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Giselle and Ryker's relationship continues in this fast paced erotica. Giselle must decide if she's ready to cut ties with her father over a man that could possibly be her soul mate. But first, she should find out if her feelings are even reciprocated. Is she merely the early harvest before the prime picking or is she the one thing that Ryker desires more than anything els Giselle and Ryker's relationship continues in this fast paced erotica. Giselle must decide if she's ready to cut ties with her father over a man that could possibly be her soul mate. But first, she should find out if her feelings are even reciprocated. Is she merely the early harvest before the prime picking or is she the one thing that Ryker desires more than anything else in this world. DISCLAIMER: This book is meant for people 18 years and older. The characters in this story are purely from my imagination. Any names, businesses, or towns do not represent any real entity. This book contains content that is not for the easily offended. Some situations may be too intense for some. Foul language and descriptions within this book are intended as entertainment for mature adults.


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Giselle and Ryker's relationship continues in this fast paced erotica. Giselle must decide if she's ready to cut ties with her father over a man that could possibly be her soul mate. But first, she should find out if her feelings are even reciprocated. Is she merely the early harvest before the prime picking or is she the one thing that Ryker desires more than anything els Giselle and Ryker's relationship continues in this fast paced erotica. Giselle must decide if she's ready to cut ties with her father over a man that could possibly be her soul mate. But first, she should find out if her feelings are even reciprocated. Is she merely the early harvest before the prime picking or is she the one thing that Ryker desires more than anything else in this world. DISCLAIMER: This book is meant for people 18 years and older. The characters in this story are purely from my imagination. Any names, businesses, or towns do not represent any real entity. This book contains content that is not for the easily offended. Some situations may be too intense for some. Foul language and descriptions within this book are intended as entertainment for mature adults.

17 review for Early Harvest (Wine Tasting #3)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Mandina

    Again, the story isn't bad. But, there are little bits where it says, "lately he'd been" or something like that. And it's only been like 3 or 4 days. Plus, it is hard to feel like Giselle should really want to keep her relationship with her father, because honestly she doesn't seem to have much of one with him. There have been a few of the editing errors I tend to see in self-published books, but not anymore than what would be expected, or anything that terrible. I will say I'm not a big fan of Again, the story isn't bad. But, there are little bits where it says, "lately he'd been" or something like that. And it's only been like 3 or 4 days. Plus, it is hard to feel like Giselle should really want to keep her relationship with her father, because honestly she doesn't seem to have much of one with him. There have been a few of the editing errors I tend to see in self-published books, but not anymore than what would be expected, or anything that terrible. I will say I'm not a big fan of using the word cave over and over for the female. Just a preference probably. Thanks to the author for letting me quickly read these three stories. This isn't the end, there is still going to be at least one more because it is left at a cliffhanger, and then there is a short excerpt from the next book at the end.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Cassandra

    This is the third book in the Wine Tasting series. We pick up from the end of Simply Bittersweet. It’s make or break for Giselle if she wants a relationship with her father or keep the man she loves. What’s going to happen to Giselle and Ryker? Will they stay together? I have enjoyed all 3 short stories that follow Giselle and Ryker and I can’t wait to read what happens in the next one. *I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book*

  3. 4 out of 5

    Bookbytch5 janet Gray

    The 3rd instalment ( Wine Tasting ) and its make or break for Giselle if she wants to have a relationship with her father or keep the man she love's.another quick read. I was gifted a readers copy honest review

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ctrl, Alt Books!

    Early Harvest is the third in the Wine Tasting series. It is a quick read and can be done in one sitting. This series is an erotic tale with minimal story line. There are lots of steamy, adult scenes. We are finally getting a glance of the romantic relationship between Ryker and Giselle. Their relationship is growing into something serious, no longer a summer fling. This part of the story started out a bit slower, focusing more on the actual plot. Now don’t get me wrong, there are still plenty of Early Harvest is the third in the Wine Tasting series. It is a quick read and can be done in one sitting. This series is an erotic tale with minimal story line. There are lots of steamy, adult scenes. We are finally getting a glance of the romantic relationship between Ryker and Giselle. Their relationship is growing into something serious, no longer a summer fling. This part of the story started out a bit slower, focusing more on the actual plot. Now don’t get me wrong, there are still plenty of descriptive sex scenes. I enjoyed reading this part of the story because it showed the two characters actual feelings for one another, not just the palpable lust between them. Giselle’s father treats her like she is still a child and forbids their relationship. She has to decide if her feelings for Ryker are worth losing the relationship with her father. I feel like her father is a huge jerk but at the same time, Giselle’s actions can be somewhat immature and childish. I am excited to see what happens for Ryker and Giselle. I recommend this series for people who are looking for a short, sweet, erotic read. Due to its contents, this is for a mature audience only. 4/5 ~Layna

  5. 4 out of 5

    Chanah Dow

    I received these three books in exchange for an honest review by the Quill and Ink Review Team. Let me start by saying: a series centered about wine? A girl on a vineyard, summer love? Sounds GREAT, right? The problem is that this story had almost nothing to do with wine other than the physical setting, let alone any artistic motifs. The heroine is 19 years old and is living in an adult version of Cinderella-meets-"The Parent Trap," where the father doesn't reunite with the mother and instead marr I received these three books in exchange for an honest review by the Quill and Ink Review Team. Let me start by saying: a series centered about wine? A girl on a vineyard, summer love? Sounds GREAT, right? The problem is that this story had almost nothing to do with wine other than the physical setting, let alone any artistic motifs. The heroine is 19 years old and is living in an adult version of Cinderella-meets-"The Parent Trap," where the father doesn't reunite with the mother and instead marries the "b*tchy, sex-on-legs, Cruella"-type character -- leaving her saintly mother to languish in poverty. The heroine, believing herself all grown up, nevertheless gets "sent" to her father's vineyard the summer before college, instead of going on a vacation where she intends to finally ensnare her crush. Working at said vineyard is the nephew of her father's new wife, and said nephew is a hunk. What is a girl to do? What would a villainous mother and "my little girl shall stay a virgin forever and not be romantic with my new family!" father do? Honestly, this series would be really great if all the drama were just taken about 5 notches down. Giselle (the main character) should act her age and be either more emotionally dedicated to her mother & crush (or at least more level-headed about them). Her father and stepmother would be MUCH more relate-able and add to the story if her father had, say, irreconcilable emotional differences with the mother and was just trying to find love again, and if Amber were a sweet, hardworking, "I know I'm not your mom but can we be friends?" figure, and Giselle was trying to work through all the mixed feelings in the background. Two last things -- Firstly, the sex scenes could use some more realistic language, eg nixing phrases like "dripping wet p*ssy" and "throbbing c*ck," and for Pete's sake, if they're going to use condoms one time like practical almost-adults, they should really continue to use them or get creative about...not. Finally, again: with such a GREAT premise about a vineyard and winemaking, and each of the stories being named after a type of wine, I REALLY wished they had been more prominent in the story. For example: I wish Giselle had been 22 or 23 (again, she drinks at 19 in the story) and a connoisseur of wine (maybe that was "her" thing to do with her father growing up? hmmmm....), and choosing to vacation at her father's vineyard as a calm, mature adult, and she thinks about these things in terms of wine qualities and the maturation process of the grapes, etc. Just think about the potential of that sort of story! ...but, as of right now, it's just kinda....glossed over. It's these little details about reality, shades-of-gray people, and taking life one day at a time that make these summer romance stories resonate and earn themselves a place in our hearts. I would love to read this series in a version "2.0!"

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ria - Reading Is Our Satisfaction

    What will Giselle decide to do - follow her heart or her head? BITTER HARVEST picks up where SIMPLY BITTERSWEET concluded. Giselle needs to make a choice - one that could tear her life apart. Does she continue to be "daddy's little girl" or does she choose to follow her heart? Does Ryker feel the same for Giselle, or is she simply a summer fling? Another quick read, but it is a series that I am really enjoying. Can't wait for book four to come out to see what happens. FOUR STARS

  7. 4 out of 5

    Bea Brugge

    Giselle and Ryker's Romance The romance continues as these two find themselves involved in a love that Giselle 's father has forbidden. I can't wait to read the next book to see what happens. The Wine Tasting series are great books. If you want something quick, romance filled with a touch of drama then pick up the series. Love them!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

    Great short read. Interesting characters and fast paced story-line.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Layna

    Review originally posted on Ctrl, Alt, Books! Early Harvest is the third in the Wine Tasting series. It is a quick read and can be done in one sitting. This series is an erotic tale with minimal story line. There are lots of steamy, adult scenes. We are finally getting a glance of the romantic relationship between Ryker and Giselle. Their relationship is growing into something serious, no longer a summer fling. This part of the story started out a bit slower, focusing more on the actual plot. Now Review originally posted on Ctrl, Alt, Books! Early Harvest is the third in the Wine Tasting series. It is a quick read and can be done in one sitting. This series is an erotic tale with minimal story line. There are lots of steamy, adult scenes. We are finally getting a glance of the romantic relationship between Ryker and Giselle. Their relationship is growing into something serious, no longer a summer fling. This part of the story started out a bit slower, focusing more on the actual plot. Now don’t get me wrong, there are still plenty of descriptive sex scenes. I enjoyed reading this part of the story because it showed the two characters actual feelings for one another, not just the palpable lust between them. Giselle’s father treats her like she is still a child and forbids their relationship. She has to decide if her feelings for Ryker are worth losing the relationship with her father. I feel like her father is a huge jerk but at the same time, Giselle’s actions can be somewhat immature and childish. I am excited to see what happens for Ryker and Giselle. I recommend this series for people who are looking for a short, sweet, erotic read. Due to its contents, this is for a mature audience only. 4/5 ~Layna

  10. 5 out of 5

    Shasta Hope

  11. 5 out of 5

    Alecia ~☆~The Staircase Reader~☆~

  12. 4 out of 5

    London Michelle

  13. 4 out of 5

    Virginia Scherer

  14. 5 out of 5

    Nadine Bookaholic

  15. 5 out of 5

    Tawnya

  16. 4 out of 5

    Chrystal

  17. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

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