Pond Lane and Paris

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Transita, 2005 - Diplomatic and consular service - 312 pages
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Fiction that mirrors the experiences of women 45+ Jack smiled. Maybe you'd better change out of your wellies before you go to Paris. After faithfully nursing her invalid husband for eight years, widow Laura Brooke is re-emerging into the world. She finds a job with sophisticated divorcee Oliver Farringdon, ambassador to an international organisation in Paris. But can Laura cope with her demanding employer and with Paris after her solitary celibate life? Can she trade in her Wellington boots and Hampshire mud for the chic lifestyle of Paris and the demanding world of an ambassadorial household there? In this story of clashing cultures, the impulsive, over-conscientious Laura comes to realise that adversity makes her a stronger person.

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