The Little French Guesthouse is about a couple, Emmy and Nathan, who take a vacation together to a small town in France. After a series of events, they break up and Emmy ends up spending the remainder of their vacation at the B&B where they had rented a room, making fast friends with their host, Rupert.
Much of the beginning of this book is unpleasant. It’s all about the nasty bits of their breakup and I found myself speed reading to get past those as soon as possible. Once we were past this part and on to happier pastures, I enjoyed the book much more.
There wasn’t a whole lot to this book. It’s a quick, fun, fluffy read. I knew exactly what was going to happen to each character as soon as they were introduced so there were no surprises, at all. That’s okay, I still enjoyed it for what it was. If you’re looking for an easy read with French tones, give it a read.
I was given a copy of this book via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.