Book Review – Summer At The French Cafe By Sue Moorcroft

As soon as Kat Jenson set foot in the idyllic French village of Kirchhoffen, she knew she’d found her home. Now she has a dreamy boyfriend, a delightful dog and the perfect job managing a bustling book café in the vibrant Parc Lemmel. ‘

But when she learns her boyfriend isn’t all he seems, it’s the start of a difficult summer for Kat. Vindictive troublemakers, work woes and family heartache follow, and the clear blue sky that was her life suddenly seems full of clouds.

Then she gets to know the mysterious Noah, and her sun begins to shine brighter than ever. But Noah has problems of his own – ones that could scupper their new-found happiness. Together, can they overcome their many obstacles, and find love again?

Published Date: 12 May 2022

My Review

This is a story about Kat Jenson, manager of a book cafe: Livres et Cafe in France, which near a large leisure and water park area, her half brother Solly and Noah.

It is a story about betrayal, illness, revenge and complicated family relationship which leave you with a mixture of feeling. The characters are wonderful and story moved along at a great pace that kept me captivated until the ending. Love Kat and Noah’s charming romance and the way they tackling the issues of their own: Kat with the sabotage mystery on the cafe and her complicated relationship with Solly and her father and Noah with his relationship with his ex-wife and her new husband. Overall, it is a great read for me

My Rating

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