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on March 11, 2015

"My review tomorrow  who read it it fab"



Au revoir old life, Bonjour Brittany!

Parisian prima ballerina Suzette knows it’s time to hang up her pointe shoes before her next injury ruins her ankles for good. But dancing is all she’s ever known and she’s terrified of who she’ll be after that final curtain falls.

Meanwhile, lonely Londoner Libby is pouring her life savings into buying an auberge that she and her late husband had loved visiting on holiday. It’s a huge risk that could leave her broke…as well as broken-hearted.

And then there’s Brigitte who’s retired to the village for a slower pace of life, but who dreads seeing someone else run her beloved auberge.

Three fresh starts…one unforgettable summer!

I love this book again the cover just fab it just makes you want to pick up and read it
This book so well written it just a lovely romantic read the story set in Brittany wow how fab it sounds you just get transport there i could see it all in my mind i wanted to be there i just loved the way Jennifer pulled me into the story it enjoy how the story was told it just a nice read so easy to get lost in the story

Libby my heart when out to her she was a very young widow she was so desperate to make a new life for herself she wanted to try to make her and her husband dream come this was a dream they both shared when he was alive

Guzette was a ballet dancer she had to retire from the stage she was a lovely lady

Brigitte was the owner of the Auberge
All three characters were so likeable they soon become your friends you share all there hopes , dreams and fears and what their life’s hold for them now
The friendship they built up was so good they seem to get strength from each other
I just enjoy all the description in the book i just got to go on their journey with them all it a very emotional read very through provoking a life changing tale
Just a lovely warm book
I really enjoy it

4 dolls(4stars)
Thank you netgalley for letting me read and review


Release date:2 Jan. 2015

Source netgalley


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