In the The Third Girl by Nell Goodin, Molly Sutton is recently divorced and looking for an escape. She fell in love with a cottage on the Internet and bought it in spite of her rusty French language skills. She would have preferred a low profile but this plan was foiled by large breasts she had acquired at her ex's behest and the couple staying at her rental unit. They were parents of a local student who mysteriously disappeared.
As a nice change from most cozy mysteries, Molly is not a curious busybody. This is a very pleasant read, like a walk in through the country on a beautiful day.