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Rosie's Little Cafe on the Riviera, by Jennifer Bohnet

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It's a summer of taking chances for three different women down on the exotic French Riviera.

Rosie is opening her dream cafe and intends to spend the summer turning it into a success - only to find life tossing some unexpected events and people onto the menu.

Then there's GeeGee who uses the cafe as her summer office - but this year she’s facing a summer of no money and no home.

Recently widowed Erica runs a gift shop with a difference that she has been neglecting since the death of her husband. This summer, together with her young daughter Cammie, she needs to find a way of moving on with her life.

What none of them expects is a summer romance.

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