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Tangled Vines
Tangled Vines
Author: Janet Dailey
ISBN-13: 9780316171632
ISBN-10: 0316171638
Publication Date: 7/1/1993
Pages: 448
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 45 ratings
Publisher: Little, Brown
Book Type: Paperback
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Feuding romance in the wine-growing country of California. Learned a lot about wine-growing, too.
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I completely loved this book and I reccomend it to anyone.
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I loved this! A lot of her books I have trouble with but I believe this was one of her best.
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ANNOTATION
From the lush vineyards of California's Napa Valley to the glittering city lights of New York, this is the enthralling story of a glamorous news anchorwoman and a rugged vintner caught up in a turbulent web of passion, intrigue, and long-buried secret. A New York Times and national bestseller, from the author of Aspen Gold and Masquerade.
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Kelly Douglas (realy Lizzie Dougherty) grew up in Napa Valley and ran away from her drunken, mean father. She became a broadcaster and when she returned to her home town there was a murder and her father was accused. She got him an attorney and proved he didn't do it. She dropped him back at home with a bag of groceries and left. She fell in love with the grandson of a matriarch at the famous Rutledge Estate Winery, Sam. She also took over her father's vinyard to keep a roof over his head and earn a profit.
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Nights of wine, desire and desperate secrets
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From Publishers Weekly: "...features elegant nonegarian Katherine Rutledge, who runs her family's Napa Valley winery. Katherine is beset by problems caused by her estranged son, who runs a rival winery, and an alcoholic, n'er-do-well neighbor, Len Dougherty, who lives in squalor on 10 acres given to his family by the Rutledges as compensation for the accidental death of his father, a Rutledge employee. Enter beautiful, ambitious Kelly Douglas, a rising TV newscaster assigned to prepare an in-depth report on the Rutledge winery. Kelly dreads the assignment because it threatens the new life she has built for herself since she escaped her physically abusive father: Dougherty. Soon she is involved in a murder in which her father is the prime suspect, and her loathing for him conflicts with her sense of filial responsibility. Further complications ensue via her attraction to that grows between her and Sam Rutledge, Katherine's grandson and the manager of the Rutledge winery..." Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Janet Dailey is aways a great read.
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While television anchorwoman Kelly Douglas lands the hottest new job in primetime, neither her fans nor her boss suspects that the beautiful, auburn-haired girl from Iowa has deliberately concealed her past. Then Kelly gets an assignment that can expose both her deceptions and her troubled heart. The job takes her to the elegant Rutledge Winery in sun-drenched Napa Valley--and the family she has tried to forget. Here, in the heart of California, a deadly struggle to control a wine dynasty is raging between a matriarch and her son--a tough, handsome vinter sweeps Kelly toward a passion she tries to deny..and the tangled vines of child abuse, blind ambition, and family ties lie coiled, beckoning, waiting.....
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Nights of wine, desire...and desperate secrets.
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The contemporary story of a woman who craves glamour and nonstop excitement to escape her hidden fears.
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In an exquisite story of intrigue and romance, bestselling female novelist Janet Dailey brings readers the contmporary story of a woman who craves glamour and nonstop excitement to escape her hidden fears. While television anchorwoman Kelly Douglas lands the hottest new job in primetime, neither her fans nor her boss suspects that the beautiful girl from Iowa has delierately concealed her past. Then Kelly gets an assignment that can expose both her deceptions and her troubled heart.