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My Lemon Grove Summer

My Lemon Grove Summer

Could the lemon groves of Sicily be the perfect place to start over? The irresistible new novel from Jo Thomas, the author of Sunset Over the Cherry Orchard, will transport you to the island of mountains and sparkling blue seas.

‘Rich, warm and sunny. A story that stays with you long after the last page is turned’ Milly Johnson.

When life hands you lemons … make Limoncello!

Zelda’s life isn’t exactly what she expected it to be in her 30’s. Single, without a home of her own, and at another underwhelming 40th birthday party, she wonders if there might be more to life.

But her best friend Lennie has a plan, and before she knows it they have answered an advertisement to go to Sicily to help rejuvenate a crumbling town and head to the beautiful island as a couple.

A new life with her favourite person could be the chance to start over. But what if a summer in Sicily is about to change her life in more ways than she could have ever imagined?

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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Modern & Contemporary Fiction (post C 1945)

On Sale: 11th July 2019

Price: £19.99

ISBN-13: 9781472260161


Perfect escapism
Marie Claire
Warm, funny, romantic with a terrific sense of place. I loved it!
Katie Fforde
I absolutely adored it. Zelda is such a captivating and inspiring heroine, and I love the way that Jo's writing combines such gorgeous escapism with pure emotional honesty
Daisy Buchanan
Such perfect escapism - all the joy of a hot summer holiday without the hassle of having to wear sun cream!
Jill Mansell
Perfect escapist magic
Good Housekeeping
Sheer rom-com brilliance!
Romantic and funny, this is a great addition to any bookshelf
Irresistibly romantic and utterly gorgeous
Miranda Dickinson
What a gorgeous book! Reading it felt like the best kind of holiday!
Lucy Diamond
Rich, warm and sunny. A story that stays with you long after the last page is turned
Milly Johnson