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House of Daughters by Sarah-Kate Lynch
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Oct 12, 2011

it was ok

The story is about three sisters who don't know about each other's existences, who all inherit part of a vineyard when their deadbead dad dies, which has the makings of a good plot. And, I adore champagne, so it was fun to read about the making of it in a vineyard. However, not one of the three sisters is likable; each has issues worse than the next. Only one sister has a work ethic. I was interested in learning about the wine making, but could have cared less about the outcome of the novel, a rather large story flaw. The environment was lovely, but the sisters were not, the relationships felt forced, the characters, obtuse. This novel was painful chick lit when it should have been fun and pleasurable.

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