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Let Lucy Coleman transport you to glorious, sun-drenched France, for the perfect feel-good read.
Paris and the Palace of Versailles have always meant a lot to TV producer Lexie. Her grandma Viv spent a year there, but her adventures and memories were never discussed, and Lexie has long wondered why they were a family secret.
When work presents the perfect excuse to spend Springtime in Versailles, Lexie delves into Viv’s old diaries and scrapbooks, and with the help of handsome interpreter Ronan, she is soon learning more about the characters that tend to the magnificent gardens, now and in the past.
In amongst the beauty and splendour of the French countryside, a story of lost love, rivalry and tragedy unfolds. Can Lexie and Ronan right the wrongs of the past, and will France play its tricks on them both before Lexie has to go home? Will this truly be a Springtime to Remember…?
Get swept away with this perfect feel-good love story. Just right for fans of Holly Martin, Sue Moorcroft and Heidi Swain.What readers are saying about A Springtime to Remember
‘Lucy Coleman writes wonderfully escapist, romantic and heart-warming stories that transport you far away from the every day grind. Beautifully written, comforting and utterly uplifting, Lucy Coleman’s stories are the perfect tonic when life is a little grey.' Holly Martin, bestselling author of The Gift of Happiness
'I loved this book from start to finish and I could not put it down. It is the perfect choice for this time of year as it will add the sunshine even to the dullest of days.'
'Uplifting, funny, romantic and charming.'
'The perfect escapist read.'
'What’s not to love!'
'A unique, charming premise for a story with a wonderfully, romantic location to fall in love with.'
'This story is about love, hope, happiness, fairytale ending and happy ever afters. I loved it.'
'A brilliant read, which I would definitely recommend to other readers. I will definitely be reading more of Lucy's work in the future.'