'A gorgeous story, charming and funny and poignant' Nicola Cornick
'An uplifting journey of loss, romance and secrets' Culturefly
Fans of Marian Keyes, Cecelia Ahern and Julie Cohen's Together will love this funny, moving and heartwarming read.
'Welcome to Ocean View. You don't know it yet, but you'll be happy here...'
Julia's not running away. Not exactly. She just needs a break from Paris and Marc and all the sad stuff that's been going on lately. A little time to pull herself together.
The job offer felt like a lifeline. But now she's back in Biarritz, suitcase in hand, she hasn't the faintest idea what she was thinking.
What Julia doesn't yet know is there's more to the odds and ends of Ocean View than meet the eye. Behind the double doors lie broken hearts, lifelong secrets, a touch of romance and an unwavering passion for life. And sometimes it's the most unlikely of places and people who help you find your way.
What readers are saying about HOW TO FIND LOVE IN THE LITTLE THINGS:
'Grimaldi will capture your heart' Netgalley Reviewer
'Fabulously glorious, funny and uplifting' Netgalley reviewer
'The perfect book to switch off with' Amazon Reviewer
'I devoured this novel' Netgaller review
'Don't miss this book. I loved every word - it's an ode to life and love' Netgalley reviewer
'Fantastic, feel-good summer read' Netgalley reviewer
'A real delight that lingers in the head and heart' Netgalley reviewer
Virginie Grimaldi grew up near Bordeaux and wanted to be a writer for as long as she can remember. She wrote her first novel aged eight in a green notebook with multiplication tables in the back. It was about love and the sea, and a 30-page-long sunset...
Not going abroad this summer? Let Virginie Grimaldi whisk you away on an uplifting journey of loss, romance and secrets. This feel-good French bestseller instills the importance of meeting new people, visiting new places and taking chances — Culturefly
A fabulous escape — Take a Break
A gorgeous story, charming and funny and poignant. I found it as refreshing as a breath of sea air — Nicola Cornick