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Housewife and mother with a loving husband to take care of her – that’s all Liz, a Fifties gal, ever wanted. Over her father’s objections, she drops out of college to marry Rick, who dreams of living off the land. They buy a farm on a verdant hillside in the Hudson Valley, but can’t agree on what to plant. When they discover French-American hybrid grapes, Liz is confident they’ll be happy. Grapes are classy.
As the rich soil sinks into her soul and the vines begin to thrive, the marriage grows rocky. Refusing to disappoint her father again, Liz is determined to make her marriage work . . . until she discovers a photograph hidden in the old barn.
Faced with impossible decisions, Liz is desperate. She has a vineyard ready to harvest and no idea how to accomplish the task. Does she have the moxie to flourish? Or will she and the land turn fallow?
A Note From the Publisher
"...not only a beautiful tale of self-discovery and reinvention, but one of female triumph, too." -Hannah Mary McKinnon, bestselling author of Sister Dear
"For those who love a story of sisterhood with a strong female protagonist, pour a glass of wine and immerse yourself in this well-written novel." -Sublime Book Review
"A novel about vineyard life and family, Linda Rosen's delightful and poignant Sisters of the Vine is for wine-lovers." -Laura Dave, author of Eight Hundred Grapes
"If you enjoy sistership stories, great domestic fiction, or wine, you'll relish Sisters of the Vine - an uplifting story that kept me engaged throughout!" -Lainey Cameron, award-winning author of The Exit Strategy