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The Girl in Room Fourteen

by Carol Drinkwater

Sagas and Romance

The Girl in Room Fourteen Synopsis

Striking, raven-haired Cecile produces the finest lemons on the Riviera. Her ice creams, pies, lemonades, sold on her stall at the internationally famous Cannes market, are as renowned as the Mediterranean city itself. Tourists travel from everywhere to meet her.

But Cecile is a woman who no one draws close to, a woman with a secret.

Cecile, when she was nineteen and a shy student, travelled south to a lemon festival on the borders of Italy and France. She was intending to let her hair down, to enjoy two crazy weeks of fun. She was not anticipating the enigmatic Italian who offered her a future beyond her wildest dreams. But at what cost?

The Girl in Room Fourteen is a heartrending love story set on the warm shores of the Mediterranean.

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ISBN: B00F8GP5O2
Publication date: 15/09/2013
Publisher: Amazon Kindle Single
Format: Ebook

Book Information

ISBN: B00F8GP5O2
Publication date: 15th September 2013
Author: Carol Drinkwater
Publisher: Amazon Kindle Single
Format: Ebook
Genres: Sagas and Romance,
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About Carol Drinkwater

Carol Drinkwater was our Guest Editor in May 2011 - click here - to see the books that inspired her writing. Carol Drinkwater is a multi-award-winning actress who is best known for her portrayal of Helen Herriot in the BBC television series All Creatures Great and Small. She is also the author of over twenty books, both fiction and non-fiction. Her quartet of memoirs set on her olive farm in the south of France have sold over a million copies worldwide and her solo journey round the Mediterranean in search of the Olive tree's mythical secrets inspired a five-part documentary film ...

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