Y’all know how much I love to read. Chateau of Echos has been on my shelf for quite sometime. Why am I just now getting to it?? Good question. I picked it up and could.not.put.it.down. It’s a fairly thick book and I didn’t want it to end. I wanted it to keep on going. And once it finished, I wanted to keep the story going. Siri L. Mitchell, you out did yourself on this one. Can you please write Part 2 now? Let me know, okay! 😉 Read on for the synopsis…
Chateau of Echos via Goodreads.com:
Suddenly widowed in a foreign country, Frederique Famer did what any girl would do: She bought a castle. She just never imagined that its mysterious fifteenth-century owner would hold the keys to her second chance at life.
She opens a bed-and-breakfast, hires a capricious graduate student, and gets talked into hosting a handsome American for an extended stay. Little does she know, she’s unwittingly concocted a recipe for intrigue, romance, and possibly disaster.
My Review: 5 out of 5 stars. Can we talk about the setting and the food? Frederiqe is a professionally trained chef who owns a castle in France. She runs a bed-and-breakfast and basically only allows guests when it’s convenient for her. I just wanted to step into her story and stick around for awhile. I’m fascinated by books with history, food and mystery. This has all of that and more. Highly recommend you add this to your list because it’s definitely a Must Read Book for Summer.
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