My second romance novel, The Vineyard in Alsace, is set on a vineyard in the Alsace region of France. It will be the first in a series of books set on the vineyard estate. It’s available at the following link: Amazon.
Here are some fantastic reviews:
‘The Vineyard in Alsace takes the reader on a romantic journey as Fran and Didier try to reconcile the feelings they still have for each other with the fact that they are both still reeling from broken relationships and exes who aren’t ready to leave them free to love again. Perfect escapism!’ S.A. Goddard
‘I couldn’t put this story down as I found myself immersed in Fran and Didier’s love story. I was swept away by the imagery of the gorgeous Rural French countryside – I was a little heartbroken when the story ended!’ Amazon reviewer
‘The Vineyard in Alsace is an incredibly enjoyable book, that transported me to a foreign location, for a lovely story that was very pleasurable to read.’ Rachel Gilbey, Top 500 Amazon Reviewer
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.
You can read a preview here if you’d like to read a full excerpt before you buy.