The Bed and Breakfast on the Beach

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A gorgeous summer read to escape with this summer!

Three women throw caution to the wind and move from England to run a B&B on a Greek island.

They’ve all reached a point in their lives when they need a change – one divorced, one empty nester, one made redundant from the job she’s held since leaving school many moons ago.

The move tests their friendship to the limits, brings errant husbands running, and offers new opportunities for love. Each of the women go through their own metamorphosis, but will they choose to stay in Greece when the holiday season winds down?



Be prepared for wanting to check out ticket prices on the next plane out to Greece when you’re done thanks to French creating a wonderfully descriptive book that will have you wanting to call up friends for your own getaway. It’s the perfect book to pick up for an enjoyable weekend of reading or take on your next vacation as the easy going fun and wonderful pace feels like its own break from a stressful world.

You’ll feel as if you are walking through the village, shopping with friends, soaking in the sun on the beach, having a tasty meal or a fun drink as French guides you through a great story about friendship. Yes it has the summer romance requirement and sometimes that takes place over other aspects but ultimately it’s a journey about three women coming together when they need each other the most.

You will get to laugh, love and make gin along with these wonderful characters; what more could you ask for?

Thank you to Netgalley and Avon Books UK for allowing me to review this book.

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*synopsis and pic from netgalley.com

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