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April 2013 eBook of the Month.
A fascinating second novel from the acclaimed author of From Under the Bed. A gripping, sensitively told tale of entangled relationships. Harassed and frustrated Juliet's life is spiralling out of control and she runs away to France where she meets Antoine - but this new relationship is far from the simple love she yearns for.
For Juliet, a woman possessed by a fear of dust, life is spiralling out of control. Sexually harassed at work and frustrated by her parched, twelve-year relationship with James, Juliet escapes on holiday to France where she becomes romantically involved with Antoine. But he works with horses and Juliet is faced with one of her worst fears - dust. And all is not as it seems. What part does Veronique play in Antoine's life? She is close to him, but how close? And what kind of relationship does Antoine want with Juliet? To confuse things for her even more, when a storm traps them all in a cabin one night, she finds herself invited to share the only bed. Back in England, only one thing is clear: she has to leave James. But as she begins to believe in a future with Antoine she finds herself trapped in the tangled web of the relationship between him and Veronique.
Publication date: 30/03/2013
Publisher: Roman Books
|Publication date:||30th March 2013|
|Genres:||eBook Favourites, Literary Fiction, Reading Groups, Relationship Stories,|
|Categories:||Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945),|
Fiona McClean is the acclaimed author of From Under the Bed. She was born in Dusseldorf, Germany as the daughter of an army family. After studying Fine Arts at the University of Wales, Newport, she now lives the life of an accomplished painter in South France. Fiona loves to spend her time writing and painting, walking and horse riding. The Cappuccino Kiss is her second novel.More About Fiona McClean