An Exquisite Challenge

An Exquisite Challenge First move s yours Lex he murmured After that all bets are off Wine magnate Gabe De Campo has fired his PR company three weeks before the most anticipated launch event the industry s ever seen Ente

  • Title: An Exquisite Challenge
  • Author: Jennifer Hayward
  • ISBN: 9780373132225
  • Page: 424
  • Format: Paperback
  • First move s yours, Lex, he murmured After that, all bets are off Wine magnate Gabe De Campo has fired his PR company three weeks before the most anticipated launch event the industry s ever seen Enter Alexandra Anderson the last woman he should ever work with, but the only woman who can help Gabe and Alex have always been a lethal combination, and with so much at First move s yours, Lex, he murmured After that, all bets are off Wine magnate Gabe De Campo has fired his PR company three weeks before the most anticipated launch event the industry s ever seen Enter Alexandra Anderson the last woman he should ever work with, but the only woman who can help Gabe and Alex have always been a lethal combination, and with so much at stake for them both, failure is not an option Can they ignore the powerful attraction between them in order to maintain their professionalismor is it only a matter of time before the cork is popped on their passion

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    1. This is the 2nd book in the Delicious De Campo’s Series and I liked it a bit more than the 1st book, The Divorce Party.Now we get Lilly de Campo’s sister, Alex’s story, who meets and falls in love with another de Campo brother, Gabe….okay, keeping it all in the family!!!!Alex is a bit spunkier than Lilly and has a few skeletons in the closet, which naturally has to deal with and overcome before finding her HEA with Gabe, the wine maker of the de Campo dynasty!!!Conflict, some emotional b [...]

    2. I read this book 2 weeks ago but I forgot to rate it. I couldn't stomach it. Heroine had a six month affair with a married man five years ago which in my opinion is gross and slutty. I will stay away from this author.

    3. Oh, Jen Hayward, you did it again!I was lucky enough to get an advanced copy of this book. Being a champion of Jennifer Hayward's during The Divorce Party's rise to the top in the So You Think You Can Write comp 2012, I am delighted to say that first De Campo story was no flash in the pan by this author. You can also read it as a stand alone.An Exquisite Challenge has depth, and it's edgy. The emotions just keep pulling you through this novel. The characters are fabulous and so real. Despite Gab [...]

    4. All of us have a fighting spirit within us, not all of us unleash it on a daily basis and sometimes it takes a serious push to get it out into the open and on a mission to win.But when unleashed it can sometimes have such serious consequences that we wish we never stepped up to the plate in the first place, basically "You should have kept your big mouth shut". As is the case for the heroine, Alexandra in the new Jennifer Hayward read.Alexandra 's business is in a hot spot and needs a new big tim [...]

    5. I received this book for free from First Reads to review.I really liked this book the only complaint I had was that it was so short it was over too quickly. This book is part of a series but can be read as a stand alone novel. Gabe De Campo has a rule of not working with family and Alex Anderson is the sister of his brother's wife. There's also that pesky bit of attraction between them. But Alex's work impresses him and he has to hire her. But he has rules one being that they don't act on their [...]

    6. Superb! A well deserved five stars for this awesome read by Jennifer Hayward, who, I must add could easily have fooled me into believing she's been a published author for years. The story is sharp and hooks you to the end, the conflict is gripping and the chemistry between Gabe and Alexandra shoots sparks from the page.An Exquisite Challenge - It certainly was.

    7. เราชอบงานเขียนเรื่องแรกของ Jennifer Hayward เรื่อง The Divorce Party ไม่น้อยเลยนะคะ ถือว่าเป็นเรื่องแนว Harlequin Presents ที่สนุกมากเรื่องนึง ทำให้เมื่อหยิบเล่มนี้มาอ่าน ซึ่งเป็นเล่มสองในชุด เล่าเรื่องระหว่ [...]

    8. Having enjoyed the first book in this series, The Divorce Party, I was keen to see what would happen with Alex and Gabe. We met them as sparring partners in that book but now they are getting up close and personal at Gabe's De Campo winery in the Napa Valley, right across the country from New York.Alex is an event specialist and when Gabe fires his current events company three weeks before a major launch, Alex is ready to take on the challenge. Still growing her company, she doesn't have a lot o [...]

    9. Second installment of the Delicious De Campo brothers and Gabe does not disappoint. In charge of the wine operation he's about to release the most perfect wine that's taken him nearly 8 seasons to perfect but someone's out to get him by planting a mole in his wine production. Firing the advertising team handling the launch leads Alex, twin sister of Lilly who we met in book one, an advertising executive who has worked from the lowest rung of the ladder up, to Gabe's door, asking for the job of h [...]

    10. "Hayward's latest romance is an emotionally charged drama-thon. Her bad-girl heroine and uber-macho, distrustful hero battle inner demons as their desire ignites the pages in and out of the bedroom. With iconic Napa wine country as the backdrop, this love story is a win-win." RT Book Reviews, rated 4.5 starsMiniseries: The Delicious De Campos"Great read! I enjoyed every page. The heroine was strong willed and the hero loved her for it. This book was funny and sexy at the same time. Jennifer, tha [...]

    11. This was the first book I read by this author and given that it was a HP, I thought it was a really good read. Considering the two characters had history, the lead up to their steamy attraction leading to an affair and then relationship didn't seem forced or rushed as it usually would. I liked that Alex wasn't some whimpy heroine passively taking Gabe's crap. I just thought the whole book was really well written.

    12. Excellant follow up to The Divorce Party by Ms Hayward. Set against the stunning backdrop of Napa Valley, the gorgeous Gabe De Campo and Alex Anderson are two forces of nature colliding to whip up a storm for the story many have been waiting for since their electric meeting back in book one. Watching the sparks fly was a joy and the quippy dialogue kept the pages turning until the very end. Fantastic! Bring on Matteo, Ms Hayward, I'm ready and waiting :)

    13. This was a much better romance than Lilly and Ricarddo and I loved that one too.I found Gabe and Alex's romance more believable. It was slow in a good way and they fell in love with each other not just bam they're together you really get the feeling especially if you read book #1 first that they are dancing around their feelings for one another early on and I love the fact they click and its great.I do think Alex having an affair with a married man and then his wife still blaming her after she h [...]

    14. This second installment of the De Campo Brothers was superb!! Totally compelling and the Napa Valley setting was unusual, but so right adding to the enjoyment of the story. Jennifer Haywood is rapidly becoming one of my favourite Harlequin / Mills & Boon authors and I have thoroughly enjoyed each of her books that I've read so far. Anyone who hasn't started the De Campo trilogy yet: SHOULD definitely take a look and I think the third instalment is going to have to go some way to surpass this [...]

    15. I was anxious after the first in the series , The Divorce Party, too see where Hayward was headed with the De Campo boys and there fiery brotherly chemistry. Curious to see if it would help or hinder there wine fortunes.An Exquisite Chalenge did not disappoint with sparks flying between Alex & Gabe right out of the gate. Ever in Ricardo's shadow , Gabe is a bad-boy on a roll and his past involvement with Alex makes for great friction and anticipation. As in the The Divorce Party - get ready [...]

    16. *3.75* Almost a 4-star read. I loved the chemistry between Gabe and Alex. I also have an attachment to Napa Valley and all that passion for a wine especially how the words were rolling off a sexy Italian worked for me. The sex scenes were short, they were hot yet mild it's hard to explain. It left me wanting for more. The ending brought the rating down a bit for me, though I understand the villain was a real douche bag, I didn't like what Alex did. This was still a good read. Lots of sexual ten [...]

    17. She's a bad girl with a checkered past. He's her sister's brother-in-law and the guy she's had a crush on since they met. He's had the hots for her too. Now she's got a job doing PR for his new wine release, which seemed a lot more like event planning than PR, but fine. There's a lot of emotional clashes and suchlike. It's a good story. I liked it.

    18. 3.5* Hayward has penned another lovely romance with Gabe and Alex though it didn't quite hit the highs of her debut for me. The setting was not one of my favourites and I found it easier to put down but Gabe was certainly enticing as the delicious dark brooding hero and I loved the back and forth banter between him and Alex. I look forward to Matteo's story next.

    19. This was a good second book from Jennifer Hayward. I loved the first book The Divorce Party and I enjoyed this book but it took me a will to warm up to Alex at times I just wanted to shake her. Then I learned a little about her and she won me over. Gabe on the other hand is on hot Italian. I'm looking forward to Matteo's book.

    20. I just really like Jennifer Hayward's books. I like that her hero/heroine relationships feel on more equal footing than you get in a lot of Presents titles. I like that her heroines aren't naive virgins (which isn't to say that there's anything wrong with that, because I like those books too sometimes, it's just not ALL I want to read). I just like what she writes. And I liked this book.

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