#AvailableNow!~~French Holiday by Sarah Ready
One (crumbling) French castle. Two enemies-at-first-sight. The holiday of a lifetime.
Merry DeLuca has a problem—a big problem. Her sister just married her best friend and the only man she’s ever loved. Her life is rapidly spiraling down the drain and she doesn’t have an escape plan.
So when Merry is offered a three-month holiday living in a romantic castle in the French countryside she leaps at the chance. Merry knows her French holiday will fix everything—there will be mouthwatering pastries, delicious (meaningless) flirtations, and languid strolls through vineyards at sunset. Her holiday will be perfect.
At least, Merry believes that until she arrives and finds Noah Wright—the best man at her sister’s wedding and the worst man she’s ever known—staying in her castle.
Famous travel documentarian by day and arrogant devil by night, Noah refuses to leave the castle. Which means that Merry and Noah are stuck together in France, in a crumbling castle, in a holiday where nothing goes right. Not for Merry and not for Noah.
So they strike a truce—they’ll live as cohabitating friends for three-months, and then they’ll amicably part ways, never to see each other again.
But the thing about friendship? Sometimes secrets are uncovered. Mysteries revealed. Hearts laid bare. And friendship can start to feel a lot like caring. A lot like love. It can even make you wish that the holiday never has to end.
Rhiannon’s 4 Blush Review
This book was an enemies to lovers, and it was perfect! Such a good rom-com with a hint of twists/mystery. Forced proximity, one bed. The spice level was low, but the book was a good slow burn.
Merry watches her younger sister get married to her 5 year long crush and best friend. It devastated merry. She takes a trip to stay in the chateau that her godmother had purchased. When she arrives, she is star struck by the beauty of the place and how marvelous it looks from the outside. Little does she know, she has an unwanted guest by the name of Noah; whom she hates.
Throughout the book you can see their hatred for each other grow into a friendship and from there it turns into a relationship.
I highly enjoyed this book and definitely would recommend!!