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`An absolute delight from start to finish.' Nudge Books The wonderful seaside story from Jennifer Bohnet, perfect for fans of Fern Britton and Veronica Henry! Time's running out to save the little kiosk by the sea... Sabine kws that if she doesn't come up with a plan to save her little kiosk soon, it might be too late. If only her best friend Owen would stop distracting her with marriage proposals! Harriet is returning to Dartmouth for the first time in thirty years, haunted by the scandal that drove her away and shocked by an inheritance that could change everything. Rachel never expected to find love again after her world was shattered a year ago. But it seems as if the sleepy seaside town has different ideas... One thing's for sure, it's a summer they will never forget! Praise for Jennifer Bohnet `A thoroughly charming, captivating read' - Reviewed the Book `I loved every moment...gentle humour, secrets unfolding, romance developing, and an ending that allows you to set the book aside with a satisfied sigh.' - Welsh Annie (Amazon Top 500 Reviewer) `The Little Kiosk by the Sea by Jennifer Bohnet completely whisked me away to a place which I would gladly re-visit again and again... I genuinely couldn't fault a single thing.' - Becca's Books `This book was such a treasure' - Goodreads reviewer `I've read and enjoyed all of Jennifer Bohnet's previous books, so I had high expectations when I started this one. And I wasn't disappointed...If anything, I think this could be her best book ever.' - Amazon Reviewer
Jennifer Bohnet is originally from the West Country but now lives in the wilds of rural Brittany, France. She's still not sure how she ended up there! The saying `life is what happens while you're deciding what to do . . .' is certainly true in her case. She's always written alongside having various jobs: playgroup leader, bookseller, landlady, restauranteur, farmer's wife, secretary - the list is endless but does provide a rich vein of inspiration for her stories. For three years she wrote a newspaper column in The South Hams Group of Newspapers (Devon) where she took a wry look at family life. Since living in France it is her fiction that has taken off with hundreds of short stories and several serials published internationally. If you like stories set down on the French Riviera, Antibes, Cannes and Monaco, then take a look at Follow Your Star and Rendezvous in Cannes. Her other books, too, have passing references to the South of France. Allergic to housework and gardening, she rarely does either, but she does like cooking and entertaining and wandering around vide greniers (the French equivalent of flea markets) looking for a bargain or two. Her children currently live in fear of her turning into an ageing hippy and moving to Totnes, Devon. To find out more about Jennifer visit her website: jenniferbohnet.com or chat to her on Twitter: @jenniewriter