Helen Row Toews
Canadian Author & Blogger
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One Golden Summer
Escape to sun-drenched Provence in the pages of this sweet, feel-good romance.
Angelina Fisk was accustomed to proving herself in a male-dominated workplace. Still, when false accusations result in wrongful dismissal, she’s left wondering how she’ll ever find work again or cope with a growing cynicism toward men.
With unexpected time on her hands, Angelina takes her sister’s place on holiday to France. Trouble is, she’s going as a chaperone. A younger cousin believes herself madly in love with the handsome billionaire Julien Belliveau, and has charmed two invitations to his chateau in Provence.
While an attentive host, Julien appears polite but inscrutable. Clearly, he hides a dark secret. Sparks fly as Angelina determines to unravel the mystery while battling her own deepening attraction to this man she distrusts.
As the golden summer sun weaves its way into her heart, Angelina finds she cares for more than just the beautiful French countryside. But when disaster strikes and lives are at risk, only she can save the day. Will it be enough?
Thankfully, in the beautiful south of France, dreams really do come true.
Be transported into this heartwarming tale today!
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Helen Row Toews
I’m a writer, driver of buses (and other assorted vehicles of size) proud country-dweller and lover of travel. I was born in small town Saskatchewan, Canada. Maidstone to be exact. Mom and dad took me home to the Charolais cattle ranch near Marshall, Saskatchewan with my brother Bill where I grew to love the prairie landscape. My childhood was unremarkable, but from quite a young age I held tightly to a dream. I wanted to be a writer. Sadly, it took fifty odd years to come to fruition, but now I am virtually unstoppable (or so I tell myself).