Saturday, September 19, 2015

Eight Hundred Grapes by Laura Dave


About The Book:

Week of June 1: Eight Hundred Grapes by Laura Dave
Georgia Ford learned some important secrets while growing up on her family’s Sonoma vineyard. She knows everything from the number of grapes that it takes to make a bottle of wine to the secret ingredient in her mother’s lasagna. But, one week before her wedding, Georgia learns that her fiancĂ© is keeping a life-changing secret. Georgia returns home to the vineyard for comfort only to discover that her fiancĂ© was not the only one keeping a secret.

My Thoughts:

Eight Hundreds Grapes caught me by surprise. Holy cow this was a good book and pretty too. Laura Dave will captivate all readers from start to finish with the book. Oh boy where do I begin. The whole book was so dramatic and one thing I like about drama is family drama. So when I got to the good stuff I finished it the same day. Georgia's family was a lot like mine so I knew that this book would have me raving for more. Secrets can be very deceptive and cunning that when you figure them out or even told about it it will catch you by surprise if you don't know what might be coming your way. This contemporary book was like no other to me because I never really witness any dry moments much for me it 99.9% accurate for me and in my taste. All I have to say without spoiling to much was some parts of the book will catch you by surprise if you don't pay attention to the kein details being presented. 

About The Author:

Laura Dave is the author of the critically acclaimed novels The First Husband, The Divorce Party, London Is The Best City In America, and the forthcoming Eight Hundred Grapes. Dave’s fiction and essays have been published in The New York Times, ESPN, Redbook, Glamour and Ladies Home Journal.
Dubbed “a wry observer of modern love” (USA Today), Dave has appeared on CBS’s The Early Show, Fox News Channel’s Fox & Friends and NPR’s All Things Considered.  Cosmopolitan Magazine recently named her a “Fun and Fearless Phenom of the Year.”
Three of her novels have been optioned for the big screen with Dave adapting Eight Hundred Grapes for Fox2000.



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