A gorgeous escapist summer read for women!
Jules Wake's earliest known declaration that she planned to be a writer came at the age of ten.
Along the way she was diverted by the glamorous world of PR and worked on many luxury brands, taking journalists on press trips to awful places like Turin, Milan, Geneva, Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam and occasionally losing the odd member of the press in an airport. It gave her the opportunity to eat amazing food, drink free alcohol as well as providing opportunities to hone her writing skills on press releases and to research European cities for her books.
Eventually the voices in her head persuaded her it was time to sit down and write the novel she'd always talked about. Her debut novel, Talk to Me in 2014, was quickly followed by the bestselling From Italy With Love, published by HarperImpulse which reached the top ten in the Amazon Kindle charts. This was followed by From Paris With Love This Christmas and more recently, the best-selling Escape to the Riviera published by Avon in June last year.
Jules' current book Christmas at Covent Garden is a Kindle bestseller. She also writes cosy romance as Julie Caplin and her next book, The Little Cafe in Copenhagen, will be released in February 2018.
Advance reviews for `From Italy With Love':
`I completely and utterly enjoyed this book.' - Rachel's Random Reads
`A unique and vibrant read about learning to be the `driver' of your own future.' - Honeybear Books
`I finished the book wondering if it was feasible to take my Mini Cooper S on a road trip through Europe! Jules brings the scenery and villages to life with wonderful descriptions...I really hope this book is the first in a series!' - Annie's Book Corner
`Such a fun ride with as many twists and turns both in the story and on the road...Laughs all the way.' - The Book Trail
Praise for Jules's fabulous debut `Talk to Me', published by Choc Lit:
'A heart-warming debut.' - The Bookseller
'Jules Wake's "Talk to me" is the next wave in chick lit - it is a brilliant novel that is funny, clever and romantic. Not since Sophie Kinsella and Helen Fielding, has there been such a coup d'etat for the genre. If you can only take one book with you on holiday this year- then this is that book.' - Elder Park Book Reviews
`Jules Wake has gifted us with an incredible debut for this story has love, intrigue and danger' - Love of a Good Book