Book Review: The Villa by Nora Roberts


Sophia is the pride of the Giambelli clan and a vital player in the family’s celebrated winery. But things are about to change at Villa Giambelli.

Family matriarch Tereza has announced a surprise merger with the MacMillan family’s winery. As a savvy businesswoman, Sophia knows she must be ready for anything – but she isn’t prepared for Tyler MacMillan. They’ve been ordered to work closely together to ensure the merger goes through smoothly. But as they toil together, both in and out of the fields, Sophia finds herself increasingly torn between professional rivalry and a powerful attraction.

And when the business and the family are threatened by disturbing acts of sabotage, Sophia realises her quest isn’t just for dominance, but survival…

My Thoughts:

A page-turner following the Giambelli family and the gripping story of betrayal, disloyalty, and greed. Sophia Giambelli and Tyler MacMillian work together to form a team as companies merge. They quickly find that a rival has more in mind for their future. Against all odds, they fight alongside the family to deter their disgruntled colleagues and competition. Along the way, they lose people and experience close calls with others. A gripping novel about a family who sticks by one another and the ability to find love in the face of adversity.

As always, Nora never disappoints. I spent the entire day lounging in my chair and diving into The Villa.

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