A French AffairBook
Having survived every woman’s worst nightmare, Olivia Benning is now more than ready to start a new life. Everything is in place, nothing should go wrong, and it wouldn’t have, if her husband hadn’t walked in unexpectedly to find her kissing her old boyfriend.
But Olivia soon finds out she’s not the only one who has a secret. Certainly the mother-in-law from hell has one, so does her own mother. And as for her husband and daughter . . . Is nobody talking to anybody else in this family? The past is creeping up on the present, and it seems nothing can stop it.
Lilliane Devennes has never given up on her dream and will go to any lengths to fulfill it, but now she’s having to ask herself, is this a man to die or kill for?
Meanwhile, Olivia is trying to rescue her daughter from a gang of teenage delinquents, while her husband is a law unto himself.
A French Affair travels the bumpy road of treachery, deception, lust, revenge, fear, heartbreak, forgiveness and the greatest trickster of all — love.
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When Natalie Moore is killed in a freak accident in France her mother - the very poised and elegant Jessica - knows instinctively there is more to it. However Natalie’s father - the glamorous, high-flying Charlie - is so paralyzed by the horror of losing his daughter, that he refuses even to discuss his wife’s suspicions.
In the end, when their marriage is rocked by yet another terrible shock, Jessica decides to go back to France alone in search of some answers.
When she gets to the idyllic vineyard in the heart of Burgundy she soon finds a great deal more than she was expecting in a love that is totally forbidden and a truth that will almost certainly devastate her life.
Set during one long hot summer in a sleepy world of wine, food and romance, A French Affair is a deeply sensual and passionate story of love, resistance, loyalty and betrayal.
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