Twenty-eight-year-old attorney Billie Fredrickson is shocked to learn that she's inherited her Uncle Jack's winery in the Napa Valley. Billie only met Jack once and that was twenty years ago during a family vacation. She doesn't have any clear memories of the winery or Jack, but when she returns for his funeral, Billie has recurring nightmares she thought she'd put behind her. Why have the nightmares returned, and why are winery employees, including its handsome lawyer, reluctant to answer some of her questions?
Enntangled is a poignant look at one woman's attempt to unravel family secrets. Author Barbara Ellen Brink does a great job of creating believable characters and providing enough clues and red herrings to keep the reader wondering what really happened when Billie was eight years old and, more importantly, who's responsible for the past and present trouble? Brink tells a good story and I look forward to reading more of her work.