Disillusioned by adulthood, and longing for the past, Jay Mackintosh's memories are revived by the mysterious delivery of a home-brewed bottle of wine, from long-vanished friends. Intoxicated by the recollections it evokes, Jay escapes to a derelict farmhouse in France, only to find himself facing old demons. There is also the beautiful Marise, a woman who hides a terrible secret, and their deepening mutual attraction to contend with.More
"Enchanting." (Women's Journal)
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Very Joanna Harris - you know what you are getting
I liked this book - the abridging did make me feel I had missed quite a lot of detail and the traversing between different times made it hard to get into. When you settled into the plot though it was lovely. Unsuprisingly, Harris takes this book to Larncany, the citing of many of Harris' books. I would have preferred some more character development, but that may be due to abiding. I liked where the story headed to.
Harris wrote well for a male perspective and I liked the detail of description.
I love his tones of voice and his emphasis on words was spot on for me. Lovely to listen to.
Some rye laughs and it felt comfortable to be with these characters
Generally enjoyable - not to challenging and as I say, if you know Harris, you know what you will get.
- Miss Smith!
A good listen
- Ms. H. Morris