Book Review: Vintner’s Daughter by Kristen Harnisch

Vintner’s Daughter by Kristen Harnisch is by far the best contemporary romance novel that I have read. A young woman growing up on a farm whose family sells white wine until the fatal death of her father. Soon life of their farm becomes worse Sara Thibault’s mother chooses to sell the farm to the eldest son who marries her eldest daughter. But then violence causes both Sara and her sister to flee their only. Sara goes about making her life in the world of vine and it is there that everything once more changes. Will fate allow Sara that chance to have her home once more or will it be the death of her?

The Vintner’s Daughter by Kristen Harnisch will completely sweep readers off their feet and deep into a historical contemporary romance of winemaking. This brilliant piece has everything readers will want in a novel. Danger, suspense, and romance all wrapped up in a perfect story. A story that leave readers in awe as two young people make their way through the world in winemaking. I enjoyed reading this book. The words pop off the pages making you feel that you are really there. I highly recommend this to readers everywhere and rate it a five out of five stars. I look forward to reading more novels by Kristen Harnisch.

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