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Publisher Description

With her heart in tatters after a relationship break-up, Rose Bennett swaps her hometown of London for the sunny shores of Australia – but she arrives to find the Shingle Valley shrouded in winter.

As the weather improves, Rose starts to unlock the secrets of the valley – from bonfire ceremonies and wine-making traditions to eccentric locals and their histories.

Despite herself, Rose starts to fall in love: with the valley, the wines, the two children she’s helping to look after – and with the handsome and brilliant Mark Cameron, owner of the troubled Kalkari Wines estate.

What will happen when Mark’s estranged wife, the tempestuous Isabella, returns? Will Rose find a future in the Shingle Valley, or will she be forced to leave?

‘Some books, like wine can be sipped - but I had to gulp this novel down! It was delicious!’ – Rachael Treasure

‘Fans of Maeve Binchy will delight in the romance of Kayte Nunn's sweeping tale – I know I did.’ —Lauren Sams, author of She's Having Her Baby and Crazy, Busy, Guilty

‘This delightful, easy-to-read romance novel will have you hooked.’ —Woman's Day

31 March
Schwartz Books Pty. Ltd.
Black Inc., an imprint of Schwartz Media Pty Ltd

Customer Reviews

Ngibbon ,

Rose's Vintage

I love to read, but it is only a very few authors who can make me disappointed once I finish the book. Wonderful story and also informative. Loved it 💜💜

MegG872 ,

Stunning debut novel

I read the whole of Rose's Vintage cover to cover in two days. I simply could not put it down.

A beautiful story with many twists and turns, perfect descriptions of the Australian countryside & lots of information about wine-making woven into the story.

I was gripped by Rose's journey & found myself having a sneaky read when my kids were out of the room, as I was so engrossed.

A very easy read & a wonderful debut novel.

I can't wait to read more from The Shingle Valley.

Molly 70 ,

Katie's Vintage

Great read although pretty predictable, page turner. Fist book I have read of the author but will look for more of her books

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