The Wonderful @bookouture and @helenpollard147 did it again and made my day when they accepted me to review another book from @NetGalley.
Blue skies, new love, and a glass of Bordeaux . . . what could possibly go wrong?
When Emmy Jamieson leaves her life behind and moves to La Cour des Roses, a gorgeous guesthouse amidst vineyards in France, everything is resting on her success as the new guesthouse manager.
Looming in the calendar is the biggest booking ever, when the entire eccentric, demanding Thomson family will descend for a golden wedding anniversary. With airbeds on the floor and caravans in the garden, La Cour des Roses will be bursting at the seams.
Emmy knows she’s up to the challenge, especially with the support of the gorgeous Alain, the half-French, half-English, caramel-eyed accountant. But she hadn’t counted on a naked, sleepwalking travel blogger, or the return of owner Rupert’s venomous ex-wife Gloria.
Gloria has a few things to say about Emmy’s new role, Rupert’s finances, and the unsuspecting Alain, which send everybody reeling. Just when Emmy can see a future for herself of endless sunshine, true love and laughter, are her dreams about to be ripped at the seams?
I was absolutely thrilled to bits when I saw that Helen had written another book in the series after been engulfed in book one I just hoped book two wouldn’t disappoint.
It most certainly didn’t. It was great to meet up with the old characters, they felt like old friends. The book had so much fun and the story was wonderful and just like in the first book, I was sad when it came to the end. I love how Helen sets the scene of the area of the guest house, so much so I swear I could smell the fresh garlic wafting through my open window as I read the book on my bed.
This really is another wonderfully written, curly uppy on the sofa kind of book, I absolutely adored it.
I rate this book 5/5
Buy the book on Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/Return-Little-French-Guesthouse-smile/dp/1786810484/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1473279851&sr=8-1&keywords=return+to+the+little+french+guest+house
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