Le Chateau by Sarah Ridout. Published by Bonnier

When Charlotte regains consciousness after an accident, the last five years of her life have disappeared. She barely knows her husband Henri or daughter Ada. The family hopes that a trip to their chateau in France will jiggle Charlotte’s memories loose. But Charlotte remains in the dark, tormented by her mother-in-laws insinuation that Charlotte had an affair with the next door neighbor. Henri seems like a good husband and father, but can Charlotte be sure/ With the help of friend and fellow Australian Susannah, Charlotte attempts to put her life back together. The best part of this book is the chateau, which lives and breathes like a secondary character, and the descriptions of France are so lovely it made me feel as if I were there

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