by Helen Pollard
The Little French Guesthouse is the first in a series of three novels. Readers will have a good sense of whether or not they want to read this one by their reaction to the cover. If a reader feels drawn in by the art, they will likely enjoy this story set in the French countryside.
Emmy has moved to an idyllic location where she works at a guest house. She loves her new home and working for her boss, Rupert.
Emmy is ready to get married to Alain. However, all is not joy filled as the day approaches. What choices will Emmy make? Will she find her happy ending? The answer may feel clear; the enjoyment is in turning the pages. I was drawn in from the very beginning when a gendarme awakens Emmy early in the morning. I kept going from there.
Many thanks to NetGalley and Bookuture for this title. All opinions are my own.