Blurb; Ashley Moon is all set for a dream holiday with her daughter in the glittering French Riviera. But nothing can prepare her for the shock of discovering who’s staying in the villa next door…
Ashley Moon got much more than a suntan on her first ever foreign holiday; one whirlwind romance and nine months later she had a daughter,Molly.
Too heart-broken and proud to ever contact the father, Ashley made a decision to go it alone and raise her daughter herself. Fifteen hard and lonely years later, she finally has the chance to take Molly on her first ever holiday; a gorgeous, all-expenses paid trip to the charming French resort of St Raphael.
It is the perfect setting for a week of quality time together; they plan to cycle through the sun-drenched vineyards, lounge by the glistening pool and practice their French on friendly locals. And just when Ashley thought things couldn’t get any better, comes the news of a handsome new occupant to the villa next door.
But fate has other plans for Ashley. One look in to her neighbour’s dark hazel eyes is all it takes to give her the shock of her life. Standing in front of her is Haydon, Molly’s long lost father and the holiday fling she thought she’d never see again.
As the temperature on the Cote D’Azure steadily rises and Ashley and Haydon begin spend more and more time together, will Ashley find the courage to tell him who she is – and more importantly, who Molly is?
My Review; Eeee. Where do I start? A gorgeous cover, the perfect holiday read or if you are like me in the garden on a perfect sunny day! This is the first book I have read by Tilly and boy have I found a gem of an author.
I loved every second of this. Parts had me laughing, parts had me saying oh dear and oops. Brilliant. I found it an easy read and a story which can easily be devoured. The story is told through Ashley and Haydon’s lives alongside both their daughters, but they have had something between them. A shared secret. What will the outcome be?
A well deserved five stars. Highly recommend. An author I must read more of. A story that highlights how important family can be.