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French Summer

Written by: Lise Gold
Narrated by: Tessa Stavers
Length: 9 hrs and 12 mins
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Newly divorced and bought out of her company, Nathalie rents a holiday home in the South of France. After years of hard work and a failed marriage in Chicago, she’s looking for some peace and quiet, a place to clear her mind and figure out her future. Lena loves women, her dog, and landscaping, but that’s about as complicated as it gets. When she meets her new tenant for the summer, it proves hard to stay professional as a caretaker, especially when that tenant turns out to be everything she ever wanted and more. As time passes and boundaries blur, the moment of goodbye becomes inevitable. Nathalie isn’t looking for a new love, especially not in the form of a woman, and Lena has no desire to get her heart crushed again. Is it possible to find home in a place you’ve never been? And is it worth the risk, giving up everything for someone you’ve only just met? They say home is where the heart is....

©2018 Lise Gold (P)2019 Lise Gold

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  • Mrs. NY
  • 2019-02-27

Overall great book!

I enjoyed watching the characters finf each other. There were some truly hilarious moments, like why would you ever think to do such things, but they got thru them all with some grace. Good job to the author there. I had mixed feelings on the narrator tho. Her tone and pitch for one of the characters was too young, which detracted from the character. But overall, good book!

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  • Andrea Marie Spriet
  • 2019-01-27

Lisa Gold is Gold

I’ve only recently discovered Lise Gold, and I love her ability to developer a character and tell a story. Fantastic work once again. It wasn’t my favorite narrator but still good over all.

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  • Sab
  • 2019-03-18

France is always intriguing

The story is well written, even if Tessa Seaver’s, had some problems with the french accent whe needed she narrated very well
All in all a very good book