‘Mediterranean Summer’ by Jane MacKenzie #RBRT #FridayReads #BookReview


check out the book, Mediterranean Summer, by Jane MacKenzie, as featured on Allison Williams’ Writing blog.

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#RBRT Review Team

I read ‘Mediterranean Summer’ for Rosie Amber’s Book Review Team.

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‘Beautiful artist, beautiful woman, and beautiful lover.’ 
May 1968 and Paris is hot with rebellion, passion and hope, as protestors clash with the riot police. Brilliant art student Laure stands boldly on the barricades, heady with her new-found defiance, and is swept into romance with Lolo, the fascinating student leader. But youthful rebellion comes at a cost.
Two months later, the excitement is over. Laure heads home for the summer to Vermeilla, her picturesque Mediterranean village. She looks forward to the simplicity of village life, and to a summer in the sun with family and friends, but is aware that the new Laure may shock her little Catalan community.
But even Vermeilla isn’t protected from the forces of change. Shadows hang over both Laure and her village haven. Can she battle the menace that has followed her…

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