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'A Summer of Surprises' and 'An Unexpected Affair' by Jan Ellis
Publication March 2, 2017, Paperback, 193 x 124mm, 352pp Women's fiction, romance, romantic comedy, humour, holidays
After her divorce, Eleanor Mace decides to begin a new life running a quirky bookshop in a quiet corner of Devon. She adores her seaside home, and her bookshop – The Reading Room – is a hit, and yet Eleanor is still unsettled … Her grown-up twins don’t need her, her recent divorce has left her at a loose end, and her subsequent move from London, in search of something new has led her to… pretty much the same old life but with sea air. So Eleanor goes online and rediscovers an old flame. Impetuous and impulsive, but with her sister for protection, Eleanor sets off to the South of France in search of a man she last saw in her twenties. But will Eleanor find happiness on the Continent or does itlie in rural England?With a cast of friends and relations ranging from an ex-policeman (now
'A Summer of Surprises'The story continues two years after the end of 'An Unexpected Affair'.
About Jan Ellis: Jan Ellis began writing fiction by accident in 2013. Until then she had worked in publishing, and as an editor and historian of early modern Spain. She fell into fiction when a digital publisher approached her to write a history book, then made the mistake of mentioning women's fiction, which sounded more fun. Jan's stories have small-town settings with realistic characters who range in age from young teens to eighty-somethings. She is somewhat surprised to find herself a member of the Romantic Novelists' Association.