**Lose yourself in the south of France this summer in this fabulously feel-good beach read!**
Carrie Hayes has a job she enjoys and a perfectly nice boyfriend. She’s sorted. Isn’t she?
But Carrie’s life wasn’t always like this. As a young,
wild drama student, she married fellow actor, Richard
Maddox, after a whirlwind romance. Life back then was
full of possibilities, but when Hollywood beckoned
Richard, Carrie was left behind.
Now an A-list superstar, Richard’s life couldn’t be more
different to Carrie’s, so when their paths cross in glamorous
St Tropez, she can’t help but wonder what might have been.
But with lovely, sensible Alan in tow, Carrie knows
she needs to do the right thing. The only problem is,
Carrie and Richard never quite got round to getting a divorce…
Lose yourself this summer on the French Riviera,
the perfect read for fans of Lucy Diamond and Jane Costello.
Advance reviews for ‘From Italy With Love’:
‘I completely and utterly enjoyed this book.’ – Rachel’s Random Reads
‘A unique and vibrant read about learning to be the ‘driver’ of your own future.’ – Honeybear Books
‘I finished the book wondering if it was feasible to take my Mini Cooper S on a road trip through Europe! Jules brings the scenery and villages to life with wonderful descriptions…I really hope this book is the first in a series!’ – Annie’s Book Corner
‘Such a fun ride with as many twists and turns both in the story and on the road…Laughs all the way.’ – The Book Trail
Praise for Jules’s fabulous debut ‘Talk to Me’, published by Choc Lit:
'A heart-warming debut.' – The Bookseller
'Jules Wake's "Talk to me" is the next wave in chick lit – it is a brilliant novel that is funny, clever and romantic. Not since Sophie Kinsella and Helen Fielding, has there been such a coup d'etat for the genre. If you can only take one book with you on holiday this year- then this is that book.' – Elder Park Book Reviews
‘Jules Wake has gifted us with an incredible debut for this story has love, intrigue and danger’ – Love of a Good Book
About the author
Despite early ambitions, my path to being a published novelist took a diversion when after reading English at the University of East Anglia, I ended up in the glamorous and deeply shallow world of PR, and I spent a number of years honing my fictional writing skills on press releases.
In my head I’m a winning contestant on Strictly Come Dancing, a competitive skydiver and a domestic goddess. Unfortunately in reality I can’t dance, or sky dive and dust bunnies gather in every corner of my house but in my fun, romantic comedy, my heroines can be anything they want.
Escape to the Riviera
I am so happy to have chanced upon this author. She writes my most favorite type of book. Long and lovely. Never boring, and completely different from the ones before. The characters become so real and the story is never far fetched. Her love scenes are very tasteful, and bad words are used appropriately few and far between. She writes under another name as well, so now I will search out those books, she is just that good of a writer. Do yourself a favor and try a Jules Wake book, you won’t be sorry. I have rated every one a five star read.