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An Escape to Provence: A gorgeous and unforgettable new summer romance

Sophie Claire

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Romance

Where there's a will, can love find a way? A new gorgeous, escapist romance from Sophie Claire, set in sunny Provence.

'So beautifully realised that I felt as if I was in Provence' SUE MOORCROFT

'An absolute delight, full of Provencal sunshine and the most heart-warming, tingling romance' JULIE CAPLIN

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Where there's a will, can love find a way?

When cynical divorce lawyer Daisy Jackson unexpectedly inherits a ramshackle farmhouse in Provence, she sets off for the French countryside to oversee renovations herself.

But Gabriel Laforet has other ideas. A local builder with ties to the property, Gabriel is determined to see Daisy off and preserve the characterful, charming farmhouse - which, but for a missing will, he knows is rightfully his.

When the two meet, it's clear they couldn't be more different: Gabriel has lived in the small country village all his life; Daisy is a city girl whose career means everything. He is laid-back and messy; she is used to being in control. As they begin to work together, sparks fly. Yet they're inexplicably drawn to each other and, in the heat of the Provence sun, secrets begin to spill. Perhaps Daisy can trust him with her carefully guarded heart after all?

But Gabriel is still searching for the missing will that proves the farmhouse belongs to him - and in doing so, risks upturning everything he and Daisy have started to build together . . .

*****

Readers love An Escape to Provence!

'I couldn't put it down'
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'Deliciously hot and passionate'
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'Such a lovely, feel-good read'
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'Warm and addictive'
***** Reader Review 'A wonderful heart-warming romance about love and trust'
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Sophie Claire

Sophie Claire, born to a French mother and Scottish father, grew up in Manchester where she still lives with her husband and two sons. She writes stories centred around sunny Provence, where she spent her summers as a child.

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