Blog Tour | Jo Thomas - Top 5 Books to Enjoy with Wine

Emmy Bridges has always looked out for others. Now it's time to put down roots of her own.
Working for a wine-maker in France is the opportunity of a lifetime for Emmy. Even if she doesn't know a thing about wine - beyond what's on offer at the local supermarket.
There's plenty to get to grips with in the rustic town of Petit Frère. Emmy's new work friends need more than a little winning over. Then there's her infuriatingly brash tutor, Isaac, and the enigmatic Madame Beaumont, tucked away in her vineyard of secrets.
But Emmy will soon realise that in life - just as in wine-making - the best things happen when you let go and trust your instincts. Particularly when there's romance in the air...

Today I am hosting the blog tour for Jo Thomas' new book Late Summer in the Vineyard which is an absolute hoot to read. I was laughing from the start of this book and absolutely adore the characters!

Anyway, to celebrate the publication I am handing the blog over to Jo who is extremely busy promoting this amazing book but not to busy to stop by and talk about our favourite topic - books! 

Jo is going to share with us her top 5 books to enjoy with wine - which is very in keeping with her latest book. So sit back and see if any of these books peak your interest a little; 

  1. Lucy Diamond’s The Beach Café.

    I dream about waking up in the flat upstairs and can still see the sand on the steps leading up to the front door.
  2. Katie Fforde’s A Summer at Sea.

    Katie’s latest is set on a Puffer boat on the Scottish coast. Just beautiful.
  3. Milly Johnson’s latest, Sunshine of Wildflower Cottage

    A real page turner that will keep you sat in your deckchair, sipping your wine until you’ve finished.
  4. Wendy Holden.For those of you who fancy a festival this summer, read Wendy’s fun Wild and Free first.
  5. After seeing the television series, I have My Family and Other Animals by Gerald Durrell lined up next on my kindle for a taste of Corfu.

  6. Well I know that I love 3 out of 5 of those books, so I just need to taste the other two really to have had the full books & vineyard experience.

    If I had to recommend a book to read with wine it would have to be... Late Summer in the Vineyard by Jo Thomas - ;-) Had to be said really didn't it?
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