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The Orange House: Escape to Mallorca with this page-turning romantic summer read from the acclaimed author

Isabelle Broom

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Europe, France, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Adult & contemporary romance

The new heart-warming and heart-breaking family drama from bestselling author Isabelle Broom - your perfect travel companion.


'An achingly poignant story, beautifully interwoven into the fabric of a sultry Majorcan summer' Woman's Weekly

Henry and Violet first met in the garden of The Orange House on the beautiful island of Mallorca. They promised their lives to each other, poured their love into restoring the house and built the foundations of their marriage within its walls. First it was their private idyll, then a place to escape with their son, Luke - but now it has become a battleground.

For, as the years have passed, cracks have appeared and secrets have built barriers between them. Finally, on the brink of divorce, they have come back to Mallorca to sell up. Will this final summer together be the end - or a new beginning?

What readers are saying...

'Wow. Read mainly on a plane and I did not want to land! What a gripping story. A perfect summer love story with some great twists' ?????

'A really great read. A journey of love and struggles. Thoroughly enjoyed my trip to Mallorca!' ?????

'An utterly enchanting and emotional novel about love and romance. A thoroughly evocative atmosphere... like being enveloped in a warm hug' ????

'An utterly compelling novel. It's thought provoking and will stay with you' ????

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Praise for The Orange House: Escape to Mallorca with this page-turning romantic summer read from the acclaimed author

  • An achingly beautiful book, so poignant yet full of hope ... stays with you long after you've read the last page - Emily Kerr

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Isabelle Broom

Isabelle Broom was born in Cambridge nine days before the 1980s began and studied Media Arts at university in London before a 12-year stint at Heat magazine. When she is not travelling all over the world seeking out settings for her escapist novels, Isabelle can mostly be found in Suffolk, where she shares a home with her two dogs and more books than she could ever hope to read in a lifetime.

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