Story telling from Australia
A remarkable true story that proves you’re never too old to follow your dreams and it’s never too late to look for love. (Published May 2013.)
When Jane Lambert retired she swapped her London flat for a remote cottage in north western France. Battling freezing cold winters, plagues of mice and blocked drains, Jane used her meagre budget to renovate a near derelict house and create a gardener’s paradise from an empty plot of land. Being in a wheelchair was the least of her worries.
Then, at the age of sixty-seven, she embarked on a series of disastrous blind dates. Eventually she met Rene, a cantankerous, opinionated ex-Parisian who turned out to be the love of her life.
That’s when her problems really began.
Read the reviews
I loved this book from the moment I started reading it. Jane is an amazing lady, who made me laugh and cry but mostly admire for her sheer determination. Sandra
“I couldn’t put it down! What an inspirational read. I could hardly do any work today, I just had to sit in the sun and immerse myself in your book – totally loved it! What an amazing woman!” Jo F
Such a wonderful story, and beautifully told. Lisa M
“I spent two mornings “devouring” Dream Wheeler. Beautiful story, well written and an absorbing read.” Helen T
I loved this book, was hooked from the first page and couldn’t put it down, didn’t want it to end. Rachel W
If you’re looking for a book with a feel-good factor, then Dream Wheeler is the one for you. Moon
I was transported to her world and captivated by her story, so warmly written. I loved the happiness, the fun and the honesty of this real life story. Truly a MUST read. Andrea F
“Wonderful descriptive writing and I became totally engrossed in the characters. I loved it and missed it when I’d finished. Would recommend to anyone who loves reading.” Liz A
This book leaves you with a warm glow and makes you feel like you’ve just met a new friend. BF Smith
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