thevineyardinalsaceHello and welcome to my website!

My new book is available on Amazon now for just £1.99. Find out more about it below. After reading the blurb and preview, you can buy it straight away by clicking on the buy button underneath the preview.

Here’s what other readers are saying:

‘This is a charming, heartwarming, romantic read.’ KSS

‘There seemed to be something in the water (or wine maybe) that once through the archway and into the courtyard, a little bit of love-magic seemed to be at work for everyone.’ French Village Diaries

‘If you like books set in France, or vineyards, or wine, or a second chance romance, then look no further than The Vineyard in Alsace. It is a fabulous story with writing that felt incredibly comfortable to me to read, which is great as I had never read the author before this book.’ Rachel’s Random Reads

The Vineyard in Alsace

Is there really such a thing as a second chance at love?

Fran Schell has only just become engaged when she finds her fiancé in bed with another woman. She knows this is the push she needs to break free of him and to leave London. She applies for her dream job on a vineyard in Alsace, in France, not far from her family home, determined to concentrate on her work.

Didier Le Roy can hardly believe it when he sees that the only person to apply for the job on his vineyard is the same woman he once loved but let go because of his stupid pride. Now estranged from his wife, he longs for a second chance with Fran if only she will forgive him for not following her to London.

Working so closely together, Fran soon starts to fall in love with Didier all over again. Didier knows that it is now time for him to move on with his divorce if he and Fran are ever to have a future together. Can Fran and Didier make their second chance at love work despite all the obstacles in their way?

A romantic read set against the enticing backdrop of the vineyard harvest in France.


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    • Thank you very much! I will gratefully accept. I have just read yours on your blog and wholeheartedly agree that you are the kind of person who likes to help others. You have already helped me so much in the short time I have known you 🙂


      • Aw, thanks hon! I’m glad I’ve helped so far – the feeling is mutual! 🙂
        Good luck with your post, am interested to read your own.
        Take care, Cat


    • Thank you. It is still very much a provisional cover at the moment but you’re right, it will be important to get the right one when the time comes (hopefully later this year!) Thanks for commenting. I loved your blog post too and look forward to reading more of them 🙂


  1. I was told by a mutual blogger/ Twitterer/friend Bill Cunningham that your debut novel would probably be something I liked. By the look of the cover, it is definitely something I’d enjoy reading. Congratulations, I’m looking forward to it.


    • Thank you so much, Dena. I’m just finalising a professional cover version and have sent the manuscript off for a final edit now. There’s so much to do though, as you know, so probably looking at the New Year for publication! Thanks for taking the time to read and comment 🙂

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