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The Orange Grove : an utterly mouth-watering holiday romance set in sunny Seville, Paperback / softback Book

The Orange Grove : an utterly mouth-watering holiday romance set in sunny Seville Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback


'Utterly enchanting' Woman's Weekly'Pure escapism' YoursAn unforgettable story of past love and family secrets, set in sunny SevilleHolly loves making marmalade.

Now she has a chance to leave her stressful city job and pursue her dream - of returning to the Dorset landscape of her childhood to open Bitter Orange, a shop celebrating the fruit that first inspired her. Holly's mother Ella has always loved Seville. So why is she reluctant to go back there with Holly to source products for the shop?

What is she frightened of - and does it have anything to do with the old Spanish recipe for Seville orange and almond cake that Ella keeps hidden from her family?In Seville, where she was once forced to make the hardest decision of her life, Ella must finally face up to the past, while Holly meets someone who poses a threat to all her plans.

Seville is a city full of sunshine and oranges. But it can also be bittersweet. Will love survive the secrets of the orange grove?Praise for Rosanna Ley:'Beautifully written and gently captivating' Heat'Sun-soaked escapism' Best'The ultimate feel-good read' Candis'Holiday romance at its most evocative and escapist' The Lady'Unabashedly romantic . . slips down like easy-drinking vino infused with Mediterranean sunshine' Saga'A gorgeous, mouth-watering dream of a holiday read!' Red Magazine'Beautiful, evocative writing' Sun


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