She stood and took her place in front of the camera… It was now or never”
Bryony Masters has been looking for her long-lost sister, Hannah, for years, but when their father has a stroke her search takes on new urgency. So when primetime game show, What Happens in France, puts a call-out for new contestants, Bryony spots the ultimate public platform to find her reality TV-obsessed sister, and finally reunite their family.
With the help of handsome teammate Lewis, it’s not long before she’s on a private jet heading for the stunning beauty of rural France. With a social media star dog, a high maintenance quiz host and a cast of truly unique characters, Bryony and Lewis have their work cut out for them to stay on the show and in the public eye.
Yet as the audience grows and the grand prize beckons they find that the search that brought them together may just fulfil more than one heart’s wish…
Chells and Books Review:
I would like to thank Canelo for asking me to review this book and for organising the blog tour. I would also like to thank Carol who agreed to appear on my blog for a QnA. (See my next post)
This is a brilliant read full of humour. Bryony has wanted to find her long lost sister and with her father having a stoke she has more urgency now. Now, Bryony goes about this in the most brilliant modern way of gaining attention by going on a game show in the hope that her sister will be watching. Throughout the process of keeping in the show a lovely romance blossoms.
Carol has created an uplifting, funny romance that has strong emotions running through it giving real meaning to the characters stories. This is far more than just a funny romance. I adored this read and found myself completely lost in Carols words.
As a child Carol Wyer was always moving, and relied on humour to fit in at new schools. A funny short story won her popularity, planting the seed of becoming a writer. Her career spans dry cleaning, running a language teaching company, and boxercise coaching. Now writing full-time, Carol has several books published and journalism in many magazines.
Carol won The People’s Book Prize Award for non-fiction (2015), and can sometimes be found performing her stand-up comedy routine Laugh While You Still Have Teeth.