Emmy and Nathan take a trip to the French countryside to work on their relationship. But then Nathan gets, um, distracted. And then it all goes in the toilet and Emmy needs to find a better way to spend her holiday. Like maybe hanging out with the cute gardener, Ryan. Or making friends with the older and wiser French maid. Or going into town and finding herself.
I loved the food, the friends, the comraderie, the French phrases, the cute accountant Alain, and the eye candy in the garden. This is exemplar chick lit — light and sassy and easy, but with a substantial storyline, fleshed out characters, and sharp dialogue.
My most favorite thing about this book is the Amazon listing that says it’s the first in a series. Yes!
*happy dance… awaiting number two*