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    A very enjoyable, laid back story set in Spain

    This was a very enjoyable, laid back story set in Spain. Beti works in a burger bar at the airport and watches everyone jetting off to holidays/new lives in the sun, wishing she was going too. She has had three failed engagements and after another put-down by her cousin she decides that she is going to make a big change. So she jets off to Spain with current fiancee Will to take over the lease on the Butterfly bar. But once there Will dumps her, clears out her account and leave her to fend for herself. I did feel she was a bit of a wet blanket at the beginning of the story, lugging her wedding planning portfolio around with her everywhere, even to Spain! Luckily the English owners of the bar she wants to lease feel very sorry for her, and befriend her, giving her time to find the money. Beti meets various people but ends up leasing a finca at an old cherry farm in a sleepy old fashioned village, not that far away from the harbor where she wants to lease the bar. There she meets a variety of people, mostly good, some a pain(!), along with the grumpy (but very handsome!) owner Antonio and his lovely son Miguel. Various things happen and Beti ends up learning flamenco with Antonio as her tutor in order to win a bet. The last part of the book is so lovely, the whole village is out partying and watching the flamenco after a lot of them help to get the cherry harvest in. There was such a community feeling of all pulling together. Beti really finds her own way in life and becomes a much stronger character. Really lovely book, makes you want to run out to a little village in Spain and live a different life!
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