The first book of Jane's I read was "Bound and Determined". I loved that, so bought "Drawing Closer" and "Wild Raspeberries". That led me to "Wintergreen".This has to be one of the best "sequel" books I've read. To me the anticipation of a couple getting together is what makes a romance, so sequels often don't cut it. However, the way the author handled the story, and the knowledge from the get-go that the pairing would have its difficulties was fantastic.The conflict didn't feel manufactured and the resolution well done. I'm not a fan of external conflict being brought in just to create tension in a story. But in this case, the action had almost been foreshadowed in the first book "Wild Raspberries". The tension and conflict still centred around the characters past and personalities, with the action being the vehicle to carry that forward.