With her heart in tatters after a relationship break-up, Rose Bennett trades her hometown of London for the sunny shores of Australia – but she arrives to find the Shingle Valley shrouded in winter.
As the weather improves, Rose starts to unlock the secrets of the Valley – from bonfire ceremonies and wine-making traditions to eccentric locals and their histories.
And despite herself, Rose starts to fall in love: with the valley, the wines, the two children she's helping to look after – and with handsome and brilliant Mark Cameron, owner of the troubled Kalkari Wines estate.
But what will happen when Mark's estranged wife, the tempestuous Isabella, returns? Will Rose find a future in the Shingle Valley, or will she be forced to leave?
About the Author
Kayte Nunn is a freelance book, magazine and web editor and the former editor of Gourmet Traveller WINE magazine. She writes on travel, health, wellbeing, parenting and lifestyle topics, and has been short-listed for local and international short-story awards. She is a mother to two girls. This is her first novel.
'Some books, like wine can be sipped - but I had to gulp this novel down! It was delicious!' -
Number Of Pages: 384
Published: 18th April 2016
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 23.1 x 15.4 x 2.8
Weight (kg): 0.49