The Spanish House: Escape to sunny Spain with this absolutely gorgeous and unputdownable summer romance

Written by:
Cherry Radford
Narrated by:
Daphne Kouma

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
June 2022
8 hours 54 minutes
Juliana makes a modest living as an 'ethnic' TV/film extra – even though her only connections with her Spanish heritage are her cacti, intermittent Spanish classes, and some confused memories of a Spanish mother she hasn't seen since she was seven.

When her beloved Uncle Arturo offers her the chance to discover her roots while house-sitting at his coastal home in a quiet corner of Andalusia, Juliana can't believe her luck. Especially when he reveals that the house will be hers if she fulfils ten life-enhancing 'Conditions' within 90 days.

Redecoration of the house and a visit to the old film studio where her mother used to sew costumes seem ridiculously simple tasks for such a wonderful reward. But little does Juliana realise that there are family secrets and inherited rivalries awaiting her in sunny Spain, and the condition that she has to 'get on with the neighbours' – who include a ruggedly handsome but moody artist – may be harder than she thinks.

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'An absolutely delightful and captivating read!' – Lucy Coleman, bestselling author of Summer in Andalucia

'A delightful, romantic and moving adventure. I enjoyed every moment... A delicious slice of golden escapism' – Louise Douglas, bestselling author of The House by the Sea
Cherry Radford writes uplifting novels about identity, renewal and romance, and, having been raised by a half-Spanish mother, her love of Spain and Spanish culture comes through in all her novels.

'The Spanish House', 'The Spanish Garden' and 'The Spanish Cove' are three novels set in the starkly beautiful Cabo de Gata Natural Park region of coastal Andalusia, where she now lives.
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Enjoyable sunshine romance with some interesting characters. Some of the plot is heavily signalled and the local detail sometimes feels too specific (and I say this as. Brit who lived in Spain) but the language and character comes through well from the narrator and it's a broadly believable story.

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