A Sip of You : The Epicurean

  • by Sorcha Grace
  • Narrated by Jennifer Mack
  • Series: The Epicurean
  • 10 hrs and 24 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The undeniable chemistry between food photographer Catherine Kelley and billionaire gourmand William Lambourne has become an unquenchable thirst.…
Catherine’s career in Chicago is taking off and the handsome stormy-eyed stranger who recently rocked her world has become - dare she say it? - her boyfriend. Dating a billionaire who’s a god in the bedroom and a virtuoso in the kitchen definitely has its perks. But it’s the unguarded, tender moments with William that stir Cat’s heart and reawaken her appetite for love. A weekend trip to William’s vineyard so he can face a painful loss puts their new relationship to the test. Complex and layered, William is at once passionate and sweet, but also prickly and guarded. He’s promised openness, but it becomes immediately clear that Cat’s version of honesty and his are as different as chardonnay and pinot noir. It’s hard to fault William for his secretive ways when Cat knows she’s holding back, too. As the attraction between them gets even hotter, Catherine and William must share all of their secrets before their relationship can truly begin. And little does Cat know how dangerous confronting their pasts will be. Book 2 in the Epicurean series.


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Customer Reviews

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Not Enthused

Honestly, I'm not sure if I expected more from this book because of how the 1st book was. But... I definitely was not expecting what I got. I took me several tries to finish this book, after pausing and completing others.

I am not pleased at all. Plus, I think this "series" is too long and drawn out. Don't see the point in punishing the readers or listeners any more. There's not much to anticipate at all, except to find out who this mystery person is and to fill the gap of the cliffhanger I/ we were left with. So... Ms. Grace, will you please come up with the 3rd book already. I'd greatly appreciate it.... thanks.
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- Toya

Does't Work.....for me, at least...

I admit that Book 1 was strong enough to keep me on the line and buy Book 2 in the series....but this is where I make my exit.

To make it through a series, and keep interest in developments and all the details that are necessary...its important to make at least one of the major characters LIKABLE. In the Epicurean series Cat is too stupid to believe. And "William" doesn't have any redeeming characteristics at all. He's flat, one-sided, too simplistic. What is there does not encourage sympathy, empathy, or any other -pathy. Sorry...can't make it through. Uncle.

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- M. Ducreaux

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-01-2014
  • Publisher: Audible Studios