House of Daughters by Sarah-Kate Lynch
(House of Peine)

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Lonely Clementine is the rightful heir to the House of Peine, the vineyard that has been in the family for generations. She has spent her whole life caring for the vines, not to mention her sour brute of a father. But now the Peine patriarch is dead, and to Clementine’s distress his will stipulates that she must share the vineyard with a half-sister she hasn’t seen in twenty years and another she didn’t even know existed. Secrets tumble out as the three sisters struggle to rescue the family heritage while overcoming their own differences. As a precious blend of grapes, tears and triumph brings these estranged siblings together, readers will savor this heartfelt toast to sisterhood and inspired celebration of champagne.
 

About Sarah-Kate Lynch

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SARAH KATE LYNCH is a journalist, former columnist and editor of the New Zealand "Women's Weekly. Lynch, a third generation New Zealander draws on her ancestral West Cork, Ireland, roots in "Blessed Are the Cheesemakers", her second novel.
 
Published July 29, 2008 by Plume. 324 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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