Today I’m back sharing another of my My Weekly online reviews and on this occasion it is of the fabulous Katie Fforde’s A Wedding in Provence.
A Wedding in Provence is published by Penguin and available for purchase through the links here.
A Wedding in Provence
Late summer, 1963.
Fresh from London and a recent cookery course, Alexandra has always loved a challenge.
Which is why she now finds herself standing outside an imposing chateau in Provence.
Waiting for her inside is three silent, rather hostile children who are to be her charges for the next month.
They will soon be more friendly, she tells herself. All they need is some fun, good food and an English education.
Far more of a challenge though is their father – an impossibly good looking French count with whom she is rapidly falling in love . . .
My Review of A Wedding in Provence
My full review of A Wedding in Provence can be found on the My Weekly website here.
However, what I can say here is that A Wedding in Provence has all the Katie Fforde elements her readers know and adore with love in many forms at the heart of her story.
About Katie Fforde
Katie Fforde lives in the beautiful Cotswold countryside with her family, and is a true country girl at heart. Each of her books explores a different profession or background and her research has helped her bring these to life. She’s been a porter in an auction house, tried her hand at pottery, refurbished furniture, delved behind the scenes of a dating website, and she’s even been on a Ray Mears survival course. She loves being a writer; to her there isn’t a more satisfying and pleasing thing to do. She particularly enjoys writing love stories. She believes falling in love is the best thing in the world, and she wants all her characters to experience it, and her readers to share their stories.