Eight Hundred Grapes
Georgia Ford runs away from problems in her own life and goes straight to her place of comfort: home. Unfortunately for Georgia, with her parents heading in different directions, her brothers not on speaking terms, and the uncertain future of the family vineyard, life at home is not what she was expecting. Georgia finds that among all her family's issues, she is still unable to escape her own.
This novel is all about the complexity of life's interruptions and how they affect relationships. I was hooked by the end of the first chapter when I found out why people out for a drink were staring at Georgia. So much happens in this novel that it goes quickly. Joy Osmanski does an excellent job narrating the audiobook. It's one of those books that makes you thankful if your life is going fairly well.