My Review: What a lovely visit to the French Riviera, I loved finding out what happened next with Gabby, Harriet and Elodie. I fell in love with Lulu the Tibetian Terrier and could near enough smell the fresh bread and clean air. There are new beginnings, a line of rebuilding relationships that had been fractured through decisions made in the past. Elodie in particular has questions, discoveries and a new world ahead of her. With the wine, love, and sunsets. whats not to love? I feel all warm and cosey now. Thank you, sorry for being so late with my review
PS: loved seeing the name Fiona in the book.
Summer on the French Riviera
A family reunited after a twenty-year estrangement, will discover secrets that change their lives forever…
Gabriella Jacques, is happy to be back in her childhood home, Villa Espoir in the South of France ready to embrace fresh experiences with friends new and old and to heal some deep family scars.
Recently widowed Harriet Rogers, hopes to rebuild her family life and reconnect with Elodie, the daughter she abandoned into her mother Gabby’s care to follow her heart. But when an acquaintance from the past seeks her out, Harriet fears a secret from her past will ruin her plans.
Elodie Jacques, adores her new life in her Grandmothers old home as a freelance journalist. Her relationship with her mother is tense as she struggles to understand why her mother won’t talk to her about the past, as until their past is resolved, there can be no future.
Will these three women, all living under the same roof after two decades adrift be able to put aside the past and find harmony in the present together?
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Jennifer Bohnet is the bestselling author of over 12 women’s fiction titles, including Villa of Sun and Secrets and A Riviera Retreat. She is originally from the West Country but now lives in the wilds of rural Brittany, France.
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