Brand new from the best-selling author of Villa of Sun and Secrets.
What will be will be. Belinda Marshall’s idyllic teenage life in Brittany, France, fell apart when her parents dramatically separated and her mother took her back to England.
Fast forward 35 years when Belinda’s world is once again turned upside down. It’s the week before Christmas and her employer 'surprises’ Belinda by asking for her help to rejuvenate their latest investment, a run-down campsite in Brittany.
Memories and anxieties that had lain dormant for years suddenly begin to resurface.
As secrets from a lost life threaten to overwhelm her, there is a realisation that maybe she wasn’t told the whole truth all those years ago.
Can Belinda reconcile her emotions and find happiness once more in the place she so loved and called home?
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A French Affair
A French Affair is boring only managed to get through a few chapters so far. I have read several books by this author and listened to all her other books on Audible. I loved them and buy them as they are released. I have enjoyed everyone of them. Whatever was the author thinking with this depressing book. It is basically about a woman taking on a camping ground and making it a glamping ground for a couple she works for as a property manager. Just drags on and on then starts on arguments about the property with a French manager. The narrator is so bad and have finished the previous books with this same narrator but the other books were fun and uplifting. With the story so boring and dragging on putting up with the narration is just too much. I will keep trying to finish it in case it improves.