It’s time for Beti Winter to dance to her own beat.
After three failed engagements Beti is in desperate need of a fresh start. What better place than the sun-drenched hills of southern Spain?
But it’s not all sangria and siestas. Beti finds work on an old Andalusian cherry farm where there are cherries to be picked, trees to be watered and her fiery boss, Antonio, to win over.
As the sun toasts her skin, Beti finds herself warming to the Spanish way of life. Embracing the art of flamenco, she discovers there is much to learn from the dance of passion. She just has to let loose and listen to the rhythm of her heart.
There is something about reading a Jo Thomas that just puts a smile on your face. Jo’s covers for her books are always so summery and vibrant. This story we follow Beti who needs a new start somewhere different. So she goes to Spain I mean I was jealous right there but when she starts work on a Cherry farm well, I could almost smell and taste those sweet cherries. Lots of food involved, a very nice Spanish man called Antonio and a well thought out plot of a story.
I received a ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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