Thanks to @kristinharmel and @gallerybooks for the @goodreads giveaway win of The Winemaker’s Wife. Happy Pub Day! ⁣ ⁣ Ines has just married Michel, the owner of the Maison Chauveau, a prominent

Thanks to @kristinharmel and @gallerybooks for the @goodreads giveaway win of The Winemaker’s Wife ...
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Ann Borysowski ( @reading.is.my.happy.place )
Thanks to kristinharmel and gallerybooks for the goodreads giveaway win of The Winemaker’s Wife. Happy Pub Day! ⁣ ⁣ Ines has just married Michel, the owner of the Maison Chauveau, a prominent winery. The Germans are invading France. Michel begins working with the resistance which Ines feels is too dangerous.⁣ ⁣ Celine follows her heart despite the risk and is constantly worried about the safety of her family because of their Jewish heritage. Desperate mistakes are made by both women.⁣ ⁣ The book alternates between WWII France and present New York with Liv, a recent divorcee. Her French grandmother shows up unexpectedly and takes her to Champagne to learn the truth about her heritage. ⁣ I absolutely adored this book. It reminded me in some ways of The Things We Cannot Say. I only wished I could have read it uninterrupted because I did not want to put it down. I loved Liv’s story and her relationship with her grandmother. I sobbed at the end and I’m still thinking about it. ⁣ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️💫/5

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