Celebrations at the Chateau

Celebrations at the Chateau

Relax and unwind with the perfect holiday romance

Summary

'So good I could almost taste it. Magnifique!' Milly Johnson
'Fun, food, love and France, what more can anyone want?' Katie Fforde

An enchanting French chateau and a handsome town mayor - the perfect recipe for romance...

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When their grandfather dies, Fliss and her sisters are astonished to inherit a French chateau! Travelling to Normandy to visit the beautiful if faded house, they excitedly make plans over delicious crepes and local cider in the town nearby.

They soon discover the chateau needs major work and a huge tax bill is due . . . Unable to sell but strapped for cash, Fliss determines to spruce up the elegant old rooms and open a B&B.

But Jacques, the handsome town mayor, is opposed to her plan. When it becomes clear that the only way to save the magnificent castle is to work together, Jacques and Fliss discover that they have more in common than they think...

A romantic and uplifting read about turning your dreams into a reality from the author of Escape to the French Farmhouse.

Readers are falling in love with Celebrations at the Chateau:

***** The perfect story for curling up under a blanket, with a mug of hot chocolate
***** A romantic and magical read . . . I couldn't put it down
***** A wonderful hug of a book. Feel-good fiction at its very best!

Reviews

  • An absolute treat . . . fabulous setting, gorgeous food and wonderful characters
    Jill Mansell

About the author

Jo Thomas

Jo Thomas worked for many years as a reporter and producer, including time at Radio 4's Woman's Hour and Radio 2's The Steve Wright Show.


Jo's debut novel, The Oyster Catcher, was a runaway bestseller and won both the RNA Joan Hessayon Award and the Festival of Romance Best eBook Award. Her recent book Escape to the French Farmhouse was a #1 bestselling eBook and in every one of her novels Jo loves to explore new countries and discover the food produced there, both of which she thoroughly enjoys researching. Jo lives in Pembrokeshire with her husband and three children, where cooking and gathering around the kitchen table are a hugely important and fun part of their family life.
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