Tracy Mathews lives life by the perfect moral code.
After graduating magna cum laude in Marketing, she travels to the fabled churches of Santorini to capture the unspoiled sunset, only to find a masquerade wedding about to begin. Tracy is persuaded by her younger sister to crash the ceremony. While donning a mask in Greece, she encounters a magnetically charming, handsome Italian, who entices her deepest desires.
After a brief and mysterious rendezvous with future promises made, she returns home only to realize her dreams of the perfect man have been shattered—until an unexpected job opportunity presents itself in Italy.
Vincent is a fifth generation winemaker in the rolling hills of Tuscany. On the verge of losing his family’s estate, will Tracy Mathews, an up and coming marketing entrepreneur, be exactly what he needs to save his family heritage and his broken heart?
Book Dame’s Rating 5 Stars
My favorite books are those that have a story that grabs you and holds on to you. Those one’s that take over ever aspect of your life. You know, the one’s you think about while making dinner, stopped at a red light or grocery shopping. The Perfect Someday did that for me.
I daydreamed about traveling to Europe, about drinking wine and I don’t drink wine! I was plucked out of my life, and dropped into Beverly Preston’s words. With each page I fell a little more. I felt Tracy’s each emotion. I found myself wanting to climb in and be part of the story. I went from one emotion to the next, turning each page and losing myself into the story. It got to the point, where I was afraid of each passing page, worried not only about what was to come, but of it ending. Every detail rang true, as if you were watching it happen or hearing your best friend describe it over drinks. I found The Perfect Someday so vivid, and alive. I craved more.
I loved how this book, wasn’t full of unneeded drama. The Perfect Someday had no big games between characters, just a full story that kept you on your toes (and maybe fascinating about a life making wine). I was definitely seduced and fell in love with this story.
So, if your ready for a vacation, an amazing story or just a great book: THIS IS IT. You’ll relate to Tracy, she’s the girl next door or your best friend or even you. She lives life with caution, or at least with thinking everything through. And you’ll love the trip she takes you on. It’s in Tuscany, with Italian men! Need I say more…..
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