One French Summer
The escapist, feel-good read from Gillian Harvey, author of A Year at the French Farmhouse
by Gillian Harvey
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Pub Date 14 Feb 2023 | Archive Date 14 Feb 2023
It was just supposed to be a holiday, but could it become the second chance she didn't know she needed...?
Life isn’t quite going as planned for Katy. With her only daughter living in Australia and a husband who has asked for a break, she is suddenly at a loss.
Her best friends, Sam, Vicky and Ivy have always been there for her through thick and thin and they’re not about to leave her all alone now. Whisking her away to glorious France for a last minute retreat is the perfect escape, and just what Katy needs to get her life back under control.
As Katy unwinds in the beautiful French countryside, surrounded by her friends, the pain of her past slowly begins to melt away under the warm summer sun. Will this reset give Katy a new lease on life and help her win back her husband? Or could there be a new love on the horizon where she least expects it?
Escape to the French countryside this summer with top 10 bestseller Gillian Harvey, for the perfect uplifting second chances romance.
Praise for One French Summer
'As delightful as it is moving – a true gem of a novel... enchanting, wise and wonderfully uplifting.' Isabelle Broom
'Uplifting, feel-good and hilarious... for anyone who has ever had their heart broken. This is escapism at its best. Every page felt like I was on holiday with my best friends. Gillian has done it again!' Tim Ewins
'A funny, moving and wonderful story about love and second chances... A hymn to friendship... I was cheering Katy on from the very first page.' Nicola Gill