Heralded as impossible to put down (Elle), and named a Best Book of the Summer by Glamour, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Marie Claire, and Us Weekly, Eight Hundred Grapes is a heartbreaking, funny, and deeply evocative vel about love, marriage, family, wine, and the treacherous terrain in which they all intersect. There are secrets you share, and secrets you hide... What if your beloved fiance, he of the crinkly smile and irresistible British accent, had kept a life-changing secret from you? And what if, just a week before your dream wedding, you discovered it? Georgia Ford, bride-to-be, hops in her car and drives through the night, from Los Angeles to Soma, to her safe haven: her family, and the acclaimed family winery. Georgia craves the company of those who kw her best, and whom she truly kws. Better yet, it's the eve of the last harvest--the best time of the growing season, and Georgia kws she'll find solace--and distraction--in the familiar rituals. But when Georgia arrives home, thing is at all familiar. Her parents, her brothers, the family business, are all unrecognizable. It seems her fiance isn't the only one who's been keeping secrets... Eight Hundred Grapes is a story about the messy realities of family, the strength (and weaknesses) of romantic love, and the importance of finding a place to call home. This winning tale will both satisfy on a literary level and encourage oephiles to pour themselves a glass of a recent vintage to enjoy while reading; it's a tasty treat for wine lovers and teetotalers alike (Publishers Weekly). You won't be able to put this addictive (Us Weekly) vel down.