Celebrations at the Chateau By Jo Thomas

Celebrations at the Chateau By Jo Thomas


When their grandfather dies, Fliss and her sisters are astonished to inherit a French chateau! Travelling to Normandy to visit the beautiful if faded house, they excitedly make plans over delicious crepes and local cider in the town nearby.

They soon discover the chateau needs major work and a huge tax bill is due . . . Unable to sell but strapped for cash, Fliss determines to spruce up the elegant old rooms and open a B&B.

But Jacques, the handsome town mayor, is opposed to her plan. When it becomes clear that the only way to save the magnificent castle is to work together, Jacques and Fliss discover that they have more in common than they think…

My Thoughts:

I have read a few of Jo’s books now and have always enjoyed them, they are the perfect escapism with such beautiful settings that you wish you could step into the book. When Fliss and her sisters inherit a Chateau in France after their grandfather dies, they cannot believe it, but little do they know how much work the chateau needs, it is very run down but can Fliss and her sisters give it all the TLC it needs to be opened up again with much needed paying guests? there are always people that are going to stand in their way but can they work together and put a plan into action? I loved everything about this read, the setting in France, doing up a Chateau, and I found the characters just made this delightful read.

I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.

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