Lucie Montgomery's semi-estranged brother, Eli, calls her in France to tell her their father, Leland, has been killed in a hunting accident on the family's five hundred acre Virginia vineyard. But the vineyard is now shabby and run-down and her siblings want to sell it. Then Lucie's godfather tells her Leland's death was no accident. With her greedy brother, hell-raising sister, and a seemingly cut-rate vintner hired by Leland just before he died, all the suspects are disturbingly close to home. Unsure whom she can trust, Lucie must uncover the truth—and oversee a successful harvest—to save the vineyard she loves.
P. J. Davis-Oran
is a an actress and singer who has performed in theaters across the country,
playing such diverse roles as Blanche in A
Streetcar Named Desire, Pauline in The
Winter’s Tale, and Doatsea Mae in The
Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. She has appeared on television as well and
currently lives in New York City.