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Besides her remarriage, Natalie is working on a family history project, one she hopes will explain all the love and loss she has endured before reaching happiness at long last. She recruits Olivia Jones to help with the project, and Olivia and her daughter Tess move out to the vineyard for the summer. Tension builds with the summer heat as the wedding approaches. To make matters worse, Carl's son Simon, the new vineyard manager, is coldly resentful of Olivia and Tess, who remind him of the wife and daughter he has lost. But amidst all this, Natalie Seebring's long-buried past is slowly revealed, and like a summer storm, the truth blows through the vineyard, leaving everything different in its wake.
Barbara Delinsky says she was influenced by Tom Brokaw's The Greatest Generation in writing The Vineyard, and Natalie Seebring is a fine tribute to the strong, silent Americans who made so many sacrifices during World War II. Keep a hankie close by when reading this one. Family tragedy, unlikely romance, and old wrongs finally made right will have you laughing and crying. --Francine McBride
A realistic view of family, the end was a bit rushed though, Barbara Delinsky is one of my favourite authors and she didnt disappoint with the vineyard/Published 14 months ago by Tracey Seitz
I always enjoy Barbara Delinsky. This is a rich book full of beautiful images. She has such a wonderful writing style that really enables me to get into the characters and... Read morePublished on Oct. 25 2006 by LIL' OLE COWGIRL FROM TEXAS
Please understand; this woman can write. But good writing can never overcome bad plot. Even Shakespeare couldn't pull that off! Read morePublished on July 23 2003 by Duncmac2
I can't think of one thing to change about this book. It was so good, vintage Delinsky. I have read half a dozen books by her and she never disappoints.Published on April 20 2003 by bookworm
This novel is a great light read. The story flows, the characters come alive, and the setting is magnificently described. Read morePublished on Aug. 4 2002 by Patty Philbrook
I loved this book about family and other relationships. They can be difficult at times. Barbara Delinsky is one of my favorite writers.Published on July 28 2002 by "wildwoodldy"
If you looking for a relaxing and interesting story line about real people, this is it. Enjoyed every page.Published on June 23 2002 by "kelly333"
I usually read mysteries and suspense so this one was a step out of familiar territory . . . and I loved it. Read morePublished on Feb. 14 2002 by Debbie Lockledge
I loved this book. I have read 16 Delinsky's in this one is in my top 3. I had to go find a hard cover edition for my personal library. Read morePublished on Nov. 30 2001 by mzglorybe