REVIEW: Kayte Nunn’s ‘Angel’s Share’

 

Angel’s Share
Kayte Nunn

When something is taken away, it can make what’s left all the sweeter – in winemaking, they call it the ‘angels’ share’.

Mattie Cameron thinks she’s got it all figured out: an impressive career in London, a gorgeous boyfriend and brilliant friends. But after a freak skiing accident leaves her with serious injuries, a broken heart and a job she can no longer do, moving back to Australia to recuperate at her brother Mark’s winery in the Shingle Valley seems like the only option.

Meanwhile, Mark is preoccupied with a catastrophic threat to the future of the valley and his partner, Rose, is juggling the demands of her burgeoning restaurant and being a stepmother, all the while secretly longing for a child of her own.

As Mattie’s injuries heal, she begins to wonder where her future might lie, especially when she finds herself struggling with her growing feelings for winemaker Charlie Drummond – who happens to be engaged to someone.

Featuring the cherished cast of characters from Rose’s Vintage, this new tale of life and love in the spectacular Shingle Valley is set to charm and delight.

Black Inc/Nero Books

 

 

What AusRom Today thought:

In Angel’s Share we meet Matilda ‘Mattie’ Cameron who after living and working successfully abroad meets with a near fatal skiing accident leaving her with quite significant injuries. With life now changed and the focus on recuperating, her boyfriend dumps her leaving her with no choice but to return home to Australia to nurse her broken body and heart.

Angel’s Share is a beautiful story of finding strength in the most difficult of situations which Kayte Nunn has written with great compassion and empathy. From the descriptions of the vineyards through to the articulation of Mattie’s emotions, Nunn masterfully captures and paints a vivid and powerful story.

 

 

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