Return to the Little French Guesthouse
When Emmy Jamieson leaves her life behind and moves to La Cour des Roses, a gorgeous guesthouse amidst vineyards in France, everything is resting on her success as the new guesthouse manager.
Looming in the calendar is the biggest booking ever, when the entire eccentric, demanding Thomson family will descend for a golden wedding anniversary. With airbeds on the floor and caravans in the garden, La Cour des Roses will be bursting at the seams.
Emmy knows she’s up to the challenge, especially with the support of the gorgeous Alain, the half-French, half-English, caramel-eyed accountant. But she hadn’t counted on a naked, sleepwalking travel blogger, or the return of owner Rupert’s venomous ex-wife Gloria.
Gloria has a few things to say about Emmy’s new role, Rupert’s finances, and the unsuspecting Alain, which send everybody reeling. Just when Emmy can see a future for herself of endless sunshine, true love and laughter, are her dreams about to be ripped at the seams?
Fans of Jenny Colgan, Lucy Diamond and Nick Alexander will want to join Emmy for a glass of wine as the sun sets on the terrace at La Cour des Roses.
What everyone’s saying about Return to the Little French Guesthouse:
‘I’ve absolutely fallen in love … I felt myself longing for a Rupert of my own in times of crisis … I’ll also take some friends like Sophie and Ellie … What I really want, though, is at least one more book with all of them.’ Well Read Pirate Queen
‘What a fabulous sequel! I fell deeply in love with Les Cours des Roses … I started reading it in a hospital waiting room, waiting for a blood test. I think the other patients thought I’d lost the plot, I was giggling so much! It is a warm, happy and funny book … Loved this one!!’ Annie’s Book Corner
‘Oh wow! I absolutely loved, lived, laughed and cried with this brilliant, addictive tale. I ADORED the first book in the series and reading this one was like meeting up with much loved old friends … oodles of humor thrown in. A beautiful, fun tale, set in stunning surroundings, with characters that you don’t want to leave behind. Highly recommended!’ Renita D’Silva
‘It’s official….Helen Pollard can do NO wrong. I read her book The Little French Guesthouse and fell in love. I fell in love with France, with the Guesthouse and with all of the characters … with this next book I have fallen in love all over again … This really is a wonderfully feel good read, and I absolutely cannot wait to return to the village and read more about everybody.’ Best Crime Books and More
‘Oh, how joyous it was … I did enjoy every single minute … I was distraught when the story was finished … I am short of words to describe how incredibly fun and delightful this short, quick vacation at La Cour Des Roses was … a perfect summer book.’ Lilac Diaries
‘I couldn’t stop reading.’ Shelf Quest
‘Made me dream about gorgeous gardens, delicious food and lazy days in the sun … I was completely spellbound … I love La Cour des Roses and its inhabitants, it’s a magical place and I highly recommend you to take a fictional holiday by reading this book.’ With Love for Books
‘Brilliant … I chuckled often and there were even a couple of belly laughs. Anyone watching must have thought I was mad! … one night, being unable to sleep, I decided to read just a few more pages and ended up reading until 3 am! … Now that is what I call a good book.’ Janni B’s Book Reviews