The pristine blue waters and sun drenched shores of the French Riviera provide a stunning backdrop to the story of two women, Chantal and Flora, both struggling with the heartache of a lost love.
Upset after the end of a stormy relationship, Daisy Hennessey jumps at the chance to house-sit a luxury villa in glitzy St. Tropez. It will be the perfect place to recover from the emotional trauma.
When Megan O'Farrell inherits her uncle's house in a remote part of the windswept Atlantic coast of Ireland, she imagines it will be a romantic hideaway where she can recover.
When Janine Marchand leaves her native France for a remote village on the Atlantic coast of Ireland, she hopes to let go of a painful past. She has changed her name and taken on a whole new identity.
Romance can lurk where you least expect it. Even in the depths of the Irish countryside. Political reporter Finola McGee is not the romantic type. She leads with her chin, shoots from the hip and takes no prisoners. When living on the edge loses its appeal, she escapes Dublin to run the local newspaper in a small Tipperary town. An easy job, friendly neighbours, lovely countryside, and fresh air—what's not to like?
But the rural bliss doesn't last longer than a weekend. Finola soon finds herself mixed up in a hornet's nest of conspiracies. And when Hollywood rides into town, a certain heartthrob adds a further twist to an already complicated romance…