Sundown Crossing by Lynne Wilding

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A winemaking dynasty, family secrets - and revenge ... When Carla Hunter inherits her father's vineyard, little does she realise the trouble she's about to harvest ... the sudden death of her father, Rolfe, sends Carla Hunter to South Australia's Barossa Valley to claim her birthright. And to begin a search for the truth about her heritage that will change her life ... Rolfe's journal tells a tale of disinheritance and disgrace, and Carla knows that her grandfather, Carl Stenmark, will not accept her or her son. In fact, the Stenmark family seem more likely to destroy her and her fledgling business than to welcome her with open arms. Carla must use every ounce of courage - and every friend and ally she can find - to keep her vineyard and make a go of her new life. Even her heart is at risk, as her growing friendship with one man, and the determined attentions of another, awaken the kinds of joy and fear she had never expected to experience again.
 

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Published May 1, 2010 by HarperCollins. 480 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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