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She's landed a dream project: transforming an eighteenth-century rectory in Avignon into a summer home. But the client insists on hiring local furniture artisan Philippe Beaulieu--young, eccentric, irritatingly... French. Their styles couldn't be more different; his ultramodern designs definitely clash with Rita's classic tastes. But as the saying goes, Vive la difference!She's landed a dream project: transforming an eighteenth-century rectory in Avignon into a summer home. But the client insists on hiring local furniture artisan Philippe Beaulieu--young, eccentric, irritatingly... French. Their styles couldn't be more different; his ultramodern designs definitely clash with Rita's classic tastes. But as the saying goes, Vive la difference! Working closely in the romantic Provencal countryside, the colleagues discover shared passions outside the studio, and recently widowed Rita throws herself into their affair with appropriate French elan, never thinking her heart is at risk. But with her dreams so tantalizingly close, Rita must find the courage to take hold of them...and never let them go. ...

Title : An Angel in Provence
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ISBN : 9781426840746
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 464 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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An Angel in Provence Reviews

  • Lorelei's
    2019-05-21 22:31

    I enjoyed the ease in which the story flowed. Liked that some events were unpredictable. Very well described. Makes you want to go to France and see for yourself its beauty and charm. Enjoy happy endings. Also liked that it was a love story about a woman in her 40's for a change.

  • Michelegg
    2019-04-27 19:26

    Two quick stories set in France. I loved that I felt like I was there, very beautiful descriptions. But the stories should have been in a different order within the book and the endings felt very abrupt.

  • Reading Faerie
    2019-04-20 21:25

    I read this in a few hours in paperback. It wasn't bad, but it wasn't amazing.

  • McKenna
    2019-05-18 20:37

    I liked the descriptions, but halfway through, the book seemed too rushed.