Read ➵ The Vine Witch Author Luanne G. Smith –

The Vine Witch A Young Witch Emerges From A Curse To Find Her World Upended In This Gripping Fantasy Of Betrayal, Vengeance, And Self Discovery Set In Turn Of The Century France.For Centuries, The Vineyards At Ch Teau Renard Have Depended On The Talent Of Their Vine Witches, Whose Spells Help Create The World Renowned Wine Of The Chanceaux Valley Then The Skill Of Divining Harvests Fell Into Ruin When Sorci Re Elena Boureanu Was Blindsided By A Curse Now, After Breaking The Spell That Confined Her To The Shallows Of A Marshland And Weakened Her Magic, Elena Is Struggling To Return To Her Former Life And The Vineyard She Was Destined To Inherit Is Now In The Possession Of A Handsome Stranger.Vigneron Jean Paul Martel Naively Favors Science Over Superstition, And He Certainly Doesn T Endorse The Locals Belief In Witches But Elena Knows A Hex When She Sees One, And The Vineyard Is Covered In Them To Stay On And Help The Vines Recover, She Ll Have To Hide Her True Identity, Along With Her Plans For Revenge Against Whoever Stole Seven Winters Of Her Life And She Won T Rest Until She Can Defy The Evil Powers That Are Still A Threat To Herself, Jean Paul, And The Ancient Vine Witch Legacy In The Rolling Hills Of The Chanceaux Valley.

10 thoughts on “The Vine Witch

  1. says:

    AAAHHHH I was literally just telling someone how I thought this sounded super interesting and then the Kindle first newsletter comes out and this is one of the choices

  2. says:

    4 wining StarsA light, historical, murder mystery, romance, fantasy read that will have you anticipating each turn of the page This book is a mix of so many different genres neatly wrapped together in a superb read.

  3. says:

    Not my cup of wineMy apologies for being on the move and writing this with my phone app It is a desperate attempt to get my thoughts down on a book that I thought would be less romantic perils and wine in a fantasy world Elena is a wine witch, a special person whose gifts include being at one with her vineyard Even without the hexes and curses from other witches, her days wo

  4. says:

    When a book starts from the viewpoint of a toad, you know you re reading an original and unusual story Elena is a vine witch, one who uses her spells to enhance the vineyards of the Ch teau Renard, a common occupation in the Chanceaux Valley When she finally reverses the curse that changed her to a toad, she returns to find that the Chateau has been sold Jean Paul is a man of scie

  5. says:

    Hooray for a complete storyNicely written, this book grabbed me from the beginning The World Building was great, and the characters were appealing I read it straight through to the satisfying ending And it did end, without forcing you to read a next book I ve almost forgotten what that was like.The whole idea of various witches, including Vine Witches, was intriguing Yes, there were ot

  6. says:

    There s nothing like spending the last 7 years as a toad, is there Right off the bat, this book had me intrigued, eager to see where this story would take us How could she wish for anything else but to be part of the vineyard Its terroir was her blood, its mist her breath, its soil her bones, its harvest her unborn child. I adored this historical fantasy world and all the magic that

  7. says:

    I m not sure why I ve picked The Vine Witch I have no interest in wine and even less in books with a significant romance arc I won t say no to a glass of good wine or to a good romance book, but I don t actively seek them out Maybe it was the cover No idea To my surprise, I adored every second of Smith s debut A sign that I m growing old and sentimental for sure The Vine Witch, set in a f

  8. says:

    I m not going to finish this I just don t love something about it and I don t even know what it is I might pick it up again but for now I m not enjoying the characters or the story so I m gonna throw in the towel Pity because wine and witches How can I not like it

  9. says:

    Enjoyed this Full RTC.

  10. says:

    Magic in the air Considering this is the authors debut novel it is absolute M A G I C WE start in the swamp of all places Slightly confusing at first until we realize it s the inner monologue of a toad of all things Confusing, until we learn she s actually a woman that s been trapped in toad form for seven years by someone unknown We re introduced to a magical landscape in ways than one The French countryside

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