Romantic novel about Brexit and EU/British couples

Brexit Romance book cover

A Frenchwoman who lectures in education at York University and writes novels in her spare time has turned Brexit into a romantic comedy.

Brexit Romance was inspired by Clémentine Beauvais’ friends, many of whom are continental/British couples.

She said: “We were joking that it’s time to get married so the British ones can keep European citizenship. I think a few did get married who hadn’t intended to before.”

Brexit A Romance, book by Clementine Beauvais
Clémentine Beauvais and her novel

The book features an eclectic cast, from a 17-year-old French opera singer and her communist singing teacher to a handsome young lord, and tells of a student who sets up an app business, organising marriages of convenience.

When asked if she would marry a Briton to help him keep EU nationality, Dr ...

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