When her sister splits with her husband, Leah finds herself agreeing to go on their holiday to a gite in France. She doesn’t expect to find herself in sole charge of her teenage niece and nephew with a steep parenting learning curve ahead of her. There is the added attraction of a helicopter pilot and his son doing up the place next door to improve matters slightly.
I loved the way Leah tackled her new responsibilities and found the way to their hearts through some good old fashioned baking, expeditions and water fights.
The book has troubled relationships, family issues, sibling arguments combined with some delicious meals outside at the gite and huge sparks of attraction thwarted at every turn.
The cover really entices you to pick this book up as a perfect summer read- and I guarantee you’ll want to carry on reading once you start. Making this the ideal read for your summer holidays. You’ll fall in love with the characters and the setting. I can’t wait to read Sue Moorcrofts next book as I love her writing style.