SUNDAY TIMES bestseller Erica James returns with her delightful new novel about lost love, fate and second chances.
Summer at the Lake. . .
Floriana loves her job as an Oxford tour guide and thrives on the variety each day brings - one day it could be leading an Inspector Morse and Lewis tour, another day it could be a Pre-Raphaelite tour.
Her biggest failing is that she's a habitual procrastinator and this leads her to put off telling the one true love of her life how she felt about him until it was too late. Now, out of the blue, after two years of not speaking, she receives a card from Seb announcing his forthcoming marriage.
It's a card that sets off a chain of events that ensures life is about to change for Floriana. For if she hadn't been so distracted by Seb's news, she would have seen the car coming. . . And if she'd seen the car, there would have been no need for Adam Strong, a local property developer, and elderly spinster Esme Silcox to rush to her aid.
And if she hadn't met Adam and Esme she would never have had the courage to agree to attend Seb's wedding in beautiful Lake Como. But if she goes, can she be trusted not to leap from her seat and cry, 'It should have been me!'?
About the Author
With an insatiable appetite for other people's business, Erica James will readily strike up conversation with strangers in the hope of unearthing a useful gem for her writing. The author of many bestselling novels, including Gardens Of Delight which won the Romantic Novel Of The Year Award, and the recent SUNDAY TIMES bestseller, The Hidden Cottage, Erica divides her time between Cheshire and Lake Como in Italy, where she now strikes up conversation with unsuspecting Italians.
A big hug of a novel that leaves you feeling warm and fuzzy * WOMAN * This charming story has just the right mix of love, sunshine and fun * PARENT TALK * A tale of lost love, fate and second chances * NEW! * The magic of Lake Como is firmly at the centre of this heart-warming story * WOMAN & HOME *
Number Of Pages: 400
Published: 26th November 2013
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.3 x 15.5 x 3.1
Weight (kg): 0.52
Edition Number: 1