Free Read [Ebooks Book] ✓ Late Summer in the Vineyard - by Jo Thomas ✓



Escape to the South of France with A VINE ROMANCE the irresistible new romantic novel from Jo Thomas, award winning author of ebook runaway bestseller THE OYSTER CATCHER and THE OLIVE BRANCH For Emmy Bridges, life hasn t exactly gone to plan She is working in a dead end job, earning almost nothing and to top it all she is thirty two and still lives with her Dad ButEscape to the South of France with A VINE ROMANCE the irresistible new romantic novel from Jo Thomas, award winning author of ebook runaway bestseller THE OYSTER CATCHER and THE OLIVE BRANCH.For Emmy Bridges, life hasn t exactly gone to plan She is working in a dead end job, earning almost nothing and to top it all she is thirty two and still lives with her Dad But all that could still change, couldn t it So when work want to send her to the South of France to learn about the wine she is soon to be selling, it seems like a good idea And it turns out Emmy is a fast learner.Far from home and unsure what she s doing, Emmy soon learns that life like the local wine is better when you trust your instincts She may want to protect the vines from destruction but can Nell also plant some roots of her own
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Commentaires:

Kacey Kells
‘Late Summer in the Vineyard’ is not just a book of love; it’s not just about a woman who falls for a man. Yes, of course, there’s a budding love affair; but there is much more! Emmy, an English woman in her mid-thirties who devoted her life to helping her Dad (since her Mom’s death), will ultimately find the man of her life, her soulmate. But, first and foremost, she’ll start a new life; she’ll fall in love with France, winery, wine-making… and a frail old French woman (the owne [...]

Jenny
Late Summer in the Vineyard is a sweet romance about two people who never through they will find love. One day Emmy Bridges came home to find out that she could lose the family home because they were behind in payments. Emmy did not know what to do to pay the outstanding debt until an unexpected job opportunity came along to work in a winery in France. In France, Emmy meets Isaac the new travelling wine man for Featherstone Winery. Readers of Late Summer in the Vineyard will laugh and cry throug [...]

Linda Hill
With her depressed Dad relying on her to cover the arrears on the mortgage and the bailiffs at the door, Emmy needs to earn some money fast so when fate sends her to France this could be the boost she needs – or just another disaster.Having read and thoroughly enjoyed The Olive Branch by Jo Thomas (you can read my review here lindasbookbag/2015/07/16/) I wondered whether this latest book would match such an enjoyable reading experience but she has done it again. Late Summer in the Vineyard has [...]

R Z
DNF @ 16%I didn't like it— from the prologue the main character seemed annoying, and then a man appeared in her bed when she was showering and she just is like, 'well, guess i'll need a new room and never mind the invasion of my privacy or anything'.

Hannah Symonds
Another brilliant read once again from Jo Thomas. I was excited to get a copy of this book as I have read Jo's previous novels (The oyster catcher and the olive branch) and really enjoyed them. The cover looks stunning and so summery. I finished this book in a few days as I just did not want to put it down it was so good.My heart went out to Emmy at some points in this book but she did make em chuckle a few times. I felt like I was there with her feeling the warmth on my skin and the taste of th [...]

Rachel Gilbey
Every now and then I will receive a book for review, that I know I have to start at the earliest possible convenience. At its always a pleasure when I follow my gut feeling like I did with Late Summer in the Vineyard as it was pure delight to read. I have spent a memorable half day, transported to Bordeaux, and been taught all about the wine making process, from Emmy who needs to learn to follow her instincts. Emmy is a wonderful main character, she makes a brave if not stupid decision as early [...]

Nicola Clough
I was really looking forward to this book coming out and it certainly didn't disappoint me at all. From the first page I was gripped and wanted to read more to find out what was happening. Excellent characters and had you wanting to keep reading. Emmy lived at home with her dad who did nothing after loosing his wife and they had both lost contact with the sister. She had a job that was going know where but she was given the chance to go to France and learn about wine so she could then come back [...]

Alison Winter
This was bit slow to start but once you get into it there was no putting it down. I found myself willing Emmy the main character to do well and make a vintage wine that would put Clos Beaumont on the map. Just like other Jo Thomas books the details and in-depth knowledge she describes really made me feel.I was in the vineyard with Emmy.

Kathi
Surprisingly I've finished Jo Thomas' book Late Summer in the Vineyard very quickly. The book is about Emmy, who's family is really broke. When she gets the chance to go to Paris to work for a wine-maker she takes it and hopes she can earn money to pay of their debts. There she meets Charlie, who is her new boss and both start to fancy each other, but Emmy is not sure about Charlie. Then she meets Madame Beaumont and Emmy's life gets a new turn.The book picked up really slow and I was so sure th [...]

Phillipa
Funny, poignant and beautifully written story about an 'ordinary' woman who finds new hope in the vineyards of the Dordogne. I could taste and smell the wine!

~☆laura
Wow just wow !! If I could give this book ten stars I absolutely wouldn't hesitate. Since picking up the oyster catcher and giving it ago and absolutely loving it i have read all Jo Thomas's books, as not one has ever disappointed and that's exactly what happened when I started reading this, i simply couldn't put it down i didn't want to even sleep I just wanted to read and read and read and once again I'm blown away! Jo thomas is such a talented and special writer she has a way of making you wa [...]

Sharon
Fab, fun, lighthearted read. 4.5 stars as it doesn't quite hit perfect for me but it's not far off

Book Gannet
This is such a perfect summer read, rich with wine and warmth, dreams and a life-changing experience for Emmy. There’s also a sprinkling of romance, some unexpected friendships and plenty of je ne sais quoi.Emmy’s life is stale and stagnated. Somewhere along the way she’s wound up in a dead end job that she’s too nice for, taking care of a father who has given up on life, struggling to pay the mortgage on a house that isn’t her own. Everything is becoming too much for her when an unexp [...]

Zoe Shelley
Full review at bookaddictrambles.wordpressI've falling in love with this book. Beautifully written, superb characters, a gorgeous setting, and friends found.Emmy and Isaac are fantastic main characters, with chemistry that is an instant hit. All other characters are wonderful additions, all adding a something special to the book. A must read for wine lovers. It's perfect for settling down with on a late summers evening with a glass - or 2 - of wine.

Sarah W
I loved Jo's other books especially The Oyster Catcher (if you haven't read it - do it's fab), but this was long, drawn out and actually quite boring. It's just way too predictable and frankly Emmy is a drip of a character. Sorry jo, this one just wasn't for me. Most people seem to adore it though!

Liz Fenwick
Loved it. It's delicious. Wine + Love = perfect summer read.

Emma Crowley
Jo Thomas’s third book Late Summer in the Vineyard is in my opinion her best yet and that’s saying something considering I adored her previous two books. Jo is a natural born storyteller who has such a way with words that you feel as if you are transported to whatever setting she is writing about and that you have known the characters all your life. Whether you have been to that area before or not as in my case by the end of the book you feel like you have taken a holiday in France or Italy [...]

Sara Clifford-gray
Emmy works in a call centre and is struggling through life after the death of her mother. She lives with her dad who never fully recovered from his grief, and her sister Jody left to marry a wealthy businessman and distance herself from her working class family.When the bailiffs come knocking on the door, Emmy knows that she has to up her game to try and save the family home which has gathered arrears on the mortgage. She talks herself onto a training programme in France for a wine merchant, whi [...]

Claire
I received Late Summer in the Vineyard as part of a giveaway.Emmy, a mid-30s Englishwoman, is sent to Bordeaux to assist with sales for Featherstone's, a new client. Having spent much of her adulthood taking care of her widowed father, she relishes the change in scenery and the opportunity to learn a new (and romantic) business. Though she hits some snags, both in her professional education and her budding personal relationships, I did appreciate that the story centered on Emmy, and not on the [...]

Shereen Lang
The book is about Emmy, who's family is really broke. When she gets the chance to go to Paris to work for a wine-maker she takes it and hopes she can earn money to pay of their debts. There she meets Charlie, who is her new boss and both start to fancy each other, but Emmy is not sure about Charlie. Then she meets Madame Beaumont and Emmy's life gets a new turn.The book picked up really slow and I was so sure that I won't like the book as much as I wanted to. But suddenly the book got so interes [...]

Nikki Brown
This is the 2nd of this authors books I've read, and I know I will read the rest of them. Her writing transported me to Summer in France, to vineyards full of vines with grapes readying themselves for harvesting and small village bistros with excellent food and local wines.Emmy, in her last chance with her job as a call centre operative, is sent to France as part of a team to learn about a new contract. The 3 people she goes with are all from different teams within the company. Emmy knows nothin [...]

Lizzie
I have to say I was quite disappointed with this book. I read Jo's other book The Oyster Catcher a few years back and absolutely loved it so this book was a little underwhelming. I felt the story dragged on for far too long and the main character Emmy really irritated me for the first 60% of the book. The writing felt a bit sloppy as well, a lot of repetition of the same phrases which was unnecessary. I love chick lit usually but this book really let me down

Nicki Ramsay
I have found a new favourite author! I received Late Summer in the Vineyard as part of a giveaway and have thoroughly enjoyed reading it. The story centres on Emmy who finds her life takes an unexpected turn when she goes to the vineyards of France as part of a work placement. The writing is humorous with a flowing, interesting plot and I even learned a bit about wine making! I am now starting to read one of the author's other books 'The Oyster Catcher' as I liked this one so much.

Elaine Young
Late Summer in the Vineyard by Jo ThomasI received the kindle edition of the book from in a giveaway.Never having read anything by this author before, I didn't know what to expect. However I was pleasantly surprised to discover a great summer read that was well written, fun, quick paced with endearing characters and a terrific setting in the south of France. Throw in learning about wine making and a little romance and you have a very entertaining novel.

Pam
Oh my goodness I don't know whether I was in a particularly emotional state reading this book but it made me cry SO many times over the course of the story I felt as if I needed to buy shares in Kleenex!I don't want to give away anything and the plot is described on the back cover so all I will say is that the book is a well crafted story and a great read.

Stacy Redmond
This book is now one of my favourites, I loved it that much. You know a book is special when an old woman on a mobility scooter using an IPad as a sat nav makes you both laugh and cry at the same time. Beautifully written and so very much alive as you read it. I might just start it all over again. :) xx

Narnia
If you can't go on holiday this summer or it's winter and you wish you were in France, in summer then this is the book for you. That said, this is so much more than just a quick beach read. Like in The Oyster Catcher, Jo Thomas paints such a vivid picture of France, the food, the characters and the ecological wine-making process that you feel right there, in the joy of it all.

Caroline
Another hit from Jo Thomas!!After reading The Olive Branch,I was looking forward to reading another book by the Author and was lucky enough to win a copy here on .This does not disappoint at all,a fantastic book.Set in a vineyard in France, the plot, characters are all great . A lovely dose of escapism and a feel good book. I just wish I was there!!Highly Recommended.

Anne Brooke
This is a distinctly average romance - nothing bad but also nothing really special about it. The best thing is the cover! It has all the romantic tropes you'd expect but written in a 'writing-by-numbers' style. The start is horrendously slow though it does get better once the wine making starts. All a bit obvious for my taste.

LisaMarie
This book was wonderful! Took me away to France and beautiful description of the vineyards! Wanted so badly to bored a plane and head to France! The chatacters became real with there upsets in life and were wishing them all happy ending!Can not wait to read other books by Jo Thomas! Thank you so much for the opportunity to read this book!

  • Free Read [Ebooks Book] ✓ Late Summer in the Vineyard - by Jo Thomas ✓
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