The Summer Of The Spanish Woman



Epub The Summer Of The Spanish Woman Author Catherine Gaskin Paletterie2000.eu When Her Grandfather Dies Without Leaving A Male Heir, Charlotte Drummond And Her Mother Are Forced To Leave Their Family Home, Clonmara A Distant Cousin, Richard Selwin, Inherits Her Grandfather S Estate And The Title Of Lord Blod He Also Claims Charlotte S Heart, But A Cruel Twist Of Fate Prevents Them From Being Together.Charlotte And Her Mother Begin A New Life In The Spanish Town Of Jerez Among The Families And Vineyards Of The Great Spanish Sherry Dynasties There She Discovers The Surprising Secrets Of Her Grandfather S Younger Life, And The Mystery Surrounding The Summer Of The Spanish Woman Many Decades Before As Charlotte Learns About The Events Of That Long Ago Summer She Realises That Its Far Reaching Consequences Stretch Into The Present Drawn Into A Web Of Deceit And Vengeance, Her Destiny Is Shaped By Both Her Enemies And Her Allies In This Foreign Land And She Must Confront Isabel, Marquesa De Pontevedra, Whose Presence Casts Light Or Shadow Over Those Whose Lives She Seeks To Control.The Summer Of The Spanish Woman

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  • 444 pages
  • The Summer Of The Spanish Woman
  • Catherine Gaskin
  • 21 May 2018
  • 0002224798

10 thoughts on “The Summer Of The Spanish Woman

  1. says:

    Gaskin s novel is the kind of sweeping historical romance that I enjoy escaping into Reminiscent of Gone with the Wind, it also has a fiesty female protagonist with Irish roots Because i ve just relocated for the first time, I identified with her move to another country, IWhile the story is engaging, it doesn t measure up to Mitchell s saga or meet the literary standards of the likes of A.S Byatt That did not influence my enjoyment one whit and I wasn t disappointed when the predictable narr Gaskin s novel is the kind of sweeping historical romance that I enjoy escaping into Reminiscent of Gone with the Wind, it also has a fiesty female protagonist with Irish roots Because i ve just relocated for the first time, I identified with her move to another country, IWhile the story is engaging, it doesn t measure up to Mitchell s saga or meet the literary standar...

  2. says:

    Not my favourite novel by this author whose work I normally enjoy I found it slow going in places and the ending was quite abrupt I thought The historical aspect was interesting and quite detailed, the Spanish culture and wine making The characters themselves weren t as round...

  3. says:

    I didn t think beginning this book I d have given it four stars but it continually grew on me as I continued to read I haven t read a family saga for a while and this one was a bit different, perhaps it was the settin...

  4. says:

    Magnificent I was mesmerized by this story The characters beautiful yet flawed beckon us to read on and on I felt the best of the Spanish sun, could taste the sherry, hear the Spanish flamenco..oh how I would love to know how it ended

  5. says:

    This author understands people and a good story.I like historical fiction that seeks accuracy in its settings and good writing in its plot and characterizations This a good book with characters to love and hate.

  6. says:

    Great TalePure truth love, hate, peace, war, lies What a twisting and regally ordered family saga Certainly a major historical rendering

  7. says:

    This book moves between Ireland and Spain beginning in the early 20th Century and ending on the eve of the Second World War It combines the romance and mystery of Ireland with the exotic warmth of Spain and its wine growing culture and traditions The main character Charlie Charlotte is a strong female character who loves, suffers and grows, immersing herself in the vineyards and bodegas of Jerez, after she and her mother are forced to leave their beloved Clonmara estate in Ireland The legen This book moves between Ireland and Spain beginning in the early 20th Century and ending on the eve of the Second World War It combines the romance and mystery of Ireland with the exotic warmth of Spain and its wine growing culture and traditions The main character Charlie Charlotte is a strong female character who loves, suffers and grows, immersing herself in the vineyards and bodegas of Jerez, after she and her mother are forced to leave their beloved Clonmara estate in Ireland The legend of the Spanish Woman who spent a summer with her grandfather, Lord Blod, decades before comes into play and weaves a tale of deceit, betrayal and revenge though the story events from the past that keep reaching into the future Cha...

  8. says:

    On the one hand, the window into the world of the Sherry families in Spain in the early twentieth century was fascinating and gripping in it s own right.On the other, the people side of the story felt oddly skew whiff throughout I never felt a great deal of empathy for the heroine the older people wereinteresting The juxtaposition of the very realistic depiction of the sherry trade and the heightened Gothic story line was uneasy.I also disliked the ending which seemed abrupt especially On the one hand, the window into the world of the Sherry families in Spain in the early twentieth century was fascinating and gripping in it s own right.On the other, the people side of the story felt oddly skew whiff throughout I never felt a great deal of empathy for the heroine the older people wereinteresting The juxtaposition of the ve...

  9. says:

    Very good story, although epic A little too detailed in the Spanish sherry making business Charlotte Charlie Blod falls in love instantly with the male heir to the Blod homestead in Ireland but is forced to move to Spain when she finds out he is married She marries twice in Spain, ha...

  10. says:

    A romantic novel interesting to learn about sherry makingSadly not my cup of tea. A romantic tale of grand passion in the sun baked land of jeretz The writing is OK for the genre the story line sadly Predictable non of the characters is remarkable or ...

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