Title: What Happens at the Beach…
Author: T.A. Williams
Release Date: July 11th 2016
Genre: Chick Lit, Romance
For the perfect summer romance…
It’s finally time for Natalie Dryden to decide what she really wants! After ditching her sparkling engagement ring, and her ghastly fiancé, she jets off for the sun-kissed shores of Southern France – the only place that has ever truly felt like home. For the first time ever, Natalie is determined to forget all about men and follow her dreams!
…head to the French coast!
Only, avoiding the male population isn’t quite so easy, especially when she meets smooth-talking Philippe and gorgeous fisherman, Remy! But then Natalie, quite literally, bumps into brooding millionaire Mark whilst swimming in the glittering azure-blue bay – and her life is turned upside-down.
Love might be off the cards for Natalie, yet suddenly she finds herself in her dream job and working with her dream man! But is it all too good to be true…?
Natalie decided to go to France after breaking up with her fiancee. Her grandmother lives in France, so it was a great place to escape to, especially because she wants to spend more time with her as well. Natalie recently got her degree in Medieval History and is seeking for job opportunities, which are not so easy to find, so she is willing to travel for work. In France Natalie is spending quality time with her grandmother, spending time at the beach and meeting new people, and of course she meets a few handsome men. Even though she met three men, only one holds a special place in her heart. Ever since she met Mark and his dog there’s been a spark between them. When it turns out that Mark is searching for someone to help him with the history of France for his writing, Natalie is the perfect person for that job. They start visiting different locations and learn about the history. When it’s time for Natalie to decide where she is going to settle, do they stand a chance for a happily ever after?
It was a delightful book set in a wonderful place. I really like the feel of France and all the descriptions of various cafes and dishes they ate. The story flowed well and it’s a perfect read for summer time, but of course can be enjoyed at any time of the year.