After her divorce, 40-something Eleanor decides it is time to begin again. She leaves behind her busy London life, and moves to a quiet seaside town in Devon. There she opens up a bookshop, The Reading Room, on the local high street and makes quite a success of it. But can Eleanor make a success of her love life as well?
When her sister suggests they take a trip to the South of France to track down her gorgeous ex, Eleanor leaves her beloved shop and lime-green camper van in the care of an eccentric cast of friends and family, and hits the road.
Will she discover what happened to her great love, Christophe? Does Eleanor’s heart still belong in France? Or is there something, or someone, she’s been missing in Devon?
This is a warm, witty tale, full of dry humour, realistic settings and engaging heroines who drink far more white wine than is good for them.
WARNING! This book contains:
NO scenes of people being tied to beds and smacked with anything at all
NO moody heroes in leather trousers
NO panting virgins
NO bodices to rip
Instead you’ll find a story about fun and friendship, with a little romance on the side.