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Entangled Fredrickson Winery Ebook · Fredrickson Winery ¹ Reflectionslisburnltd ¿ A Minneapolis attorney inherits a small California winery reawakening memories that have lain dormant for twenty years One summer of her childhood is a mystery she intends to solve But digging up her past also lA Minneapolis attorney inherits a small California winery reawakening memories that have lain dormant for twenty years One summer o SUMMARY A Minneapolis attorney inherits a small California winery reawakening memories that have lain dormant for twenty years One summer of her childhood is a mystery she intends to solve But digging up her past also lays bare the skeletons of others including her mother’s Entangled between what she once believed and a new reality will she be able to live with the conseuences of full disclosure?REVIEW This is the first book in Brink's Frederickson Winery Series I love books set in wineries so this immediately gave it a plus The book indeed lives up to its title Entangled This story was like a spider web with so many different directions it could have gone and did go which make it a fascinating read I would rate it a 45 if I could Both Billie and Handel had so many deep emotions intertwined with their past and connected to the winery which haunted them The untangling made them both stronger as they dealt with the occurrences that brought them to this point I would have liked to see a little stronger faith thread interwoven through the story Great combination of mystery romance motherdaughter issues and healing rolled into one very good book FAVORITE UOTES Humans often do things in the name of love that aren't trustworthyDeath often pulls family members apart rather than strengthening the bonds She would have fallen for him slowly not realizing the cloth of love was being woven around them binding them together with strong threads of mutual respect kindness caring and trustThe starry hosts gazed down reverent observers a million celestial eyes watching earth's nightly orchestrated performance in God's theater

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F her childhood is a mystery she intends to solve But digging up her past also lays bare the skeletons of others including her moth What an absolute jumbled mess There is a possibility that this would have made an adeuate short story but somewhere along the way Barbara Ellen Brink was told to add a little here and a little there and we will call it a bookA very bad ideaMs Brink will add long meanderings that add absolutely nothing to the story Her main character arrives as a wine novice and then suddenly waxes on about wines with no training skill or gained knowledge and poof she is a winemaker No If you are looking for a good mystery series involving wine and vineyards checkout Ellen Crosby and her Wine Country Mysteries seriesBillie Fredrickson a 28 year old divorce attorney inherits a winery from an uncle that she has very little recollection of When she arrives at the estate with the full intention of selling the property her uncle’s attorney – who also happened to be a childhood friend helps her to navigate the estates history and entanglements Something happened to Billie when she was last on the estate Something that happened to her as an eight year old and being back on the property has reawakened memories that only appear in her nightmares There is nothing new to this plotline It has been used repeatedly and when you come to the “climatic” moment you yawn and have no further attachment to Billie or the other characters involved in this fiasco than you did before the stunning momentI see how others have loved this book now I am beginning to wonder what I missed There is no depth to any of the characters introduced The petty suabbling between Billie and her mother seems to have no point and no resolution Of course every book must have a love interest but within a short span Billie goes from despising the man to suddenly throwing herself at him Where was the development to get from point A to point B? Most importantly the “bad guy” was barely mentioned for the first two thirds of the book and suddenly he is a pivotal character Once again no there needed to be and this ran along the lines of – we had better find a bad guy fast whom should we use oh I have an idea it is not a good one but we can make it work I recommend that you pass on this book

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Entangled Fredrickson Winery #1 Er’s Entangled between what she once believed and a new reality will she be able to live with the conseuences of full disclosure? I may be giving this one an extra star just because it's way better than the book I read right before this one It did keep me interested but there are some problems the regular old typos that show up so freuently in ebooks in one paragraph the word winery's was used when it should have been wineries twice but then it was correct the third time There were actually uite a few apostrophe errors When those kinds of things occur often enough to detract from the story it's a problem the main character's father is central to the story and there's a sort of unfinished thread about his attitude that hinges around an attempted date rape when the main character was 15 years old that is never resolved at all the characters in this story are all so flawed it's doubtful that any of them could ever have good relationships A boy who was abused then abandoned by his father is not likely to grow up to be the knight in shining armor kind of guy Now that I think about it the romantic interest is set up to be a sort of knight in shining armor and I hate that the main character is 28 years old yet her mommy treats her like a three year old There is just something wrong with it The mom is portrayed as loving and kind and having sacrificed most of her life to raise her children after their father dies but there's just something weird about the relationship with her daughter I knew who did it before it was clear In other words it's a pretty predictable story That being said I continued to read because I wasn't 100% sure I was right This list makes it seem like I really didn't like the book and that's not necessarily true It did entertain me It's kind of like watching an episode of Desperate Housewives not life changing or thought provoking but definitely time filling and entertaining