Synopsis: Ava needs to escape.
Stuck in a dead-end job, her husband Mark has left her with a mountain of debt and no clue as to when he’ll be back.
When she receives the news that her grandfather has passed away, Ava is shocked to learn he has left his entire vineyard, Chateau Saint Clair, to her.
Fresh coffee and croissants for breakfast, a glass of red with the handsome local waiter Jacques; Ava starts to feel quite at home. But it would be madness to walk away from her marriage, to take a chance on a place she fell for as a child – wouldn’t it?
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As a title The Little Vineyard in Provence immediately beckons you in with a promise of a delightful escapist reading and Ruth Kelly delivers a charming and uplifting summer read. As a debut novel this shows real talent, we look forward to her next book!