A French Wedding and a College Reunion

On the day that Juliette is set to earn the most important review of her restaurant career, she receives a phone call that changes everything. Her mother has fallen ill, and Juliette decides to give up her metropolitan life in Paris to be with her family in Brittany. Within the year, she leaves her role as chef to become the personal cook for a musician.

Max is an aging British rock star who decides to get his best college friends together for his fortieth birthday. With Juliette in the kitchen, and with his longtime infatuation set to attend, he knows that this will be a weekend to remember.

Peppered with delicious descriptions of Juliette’s dishes, A French Wedding is a charming tale about old friends, romantic complications, and connections. Award-winning actress Katharine McEwan reads the audiobook, which is written from the perspectives of three characters. Her British accent is well suited to the voices of these lifelong friends. And French phrases scattered throughout the story are a treat for the listener’s ear.

Fans of The Vacationers, The Little Paris Bookshop, and The Little French Bistro will love A French Wedding. Hannah Tunnicliffe is the author of two previous novels, The Color of Tea and Season of Salt and Honey.

Listen to an audio clip today: A French Wedding