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            Robert Laffont
            EAN : 9782221242384
            Shaping : EPUB3
            DRM : Watermark (Tatouage numérique)
            Novelty
            When Paths Cross

            Release date : 18/04/2019
            Pauline Maurenc's philosphy is that timing is everything in life, as this debut novel takes Eat, Pray, Love into a new decade.
            Lucy, an attractive, easygoing woman in her 50s, lives a normal, happy life as a bookseller in Nice with her husband of ten years and no children. But when she discovers that her husband has been leading a double life behind her back. In shock, she loses her voice. She... Lucy, an attractive, easygoing woman in her 50s, lives a normal, happy life as a bookseller in Nice with her husband of ten years and no children. But when she discovers that her husband has been leading a double life behind her back. In shock, she loses her voice. She sees several doctors with no success. So, with her calm Niçoise character—as mild as the waters of the Côte d’Azur itself—she decides on a whim to leave for New York City. When she arrives, she finds herself in a lousy apartment in the Brox. It’s dark and dirty, but she puts up with it. Fortunately, she kept the business card of a New York-based Frenchman she ran into at a bookstore reading. She calls him, but he’s in Sydney with his job as a theatrical producer. With help from a friend of his, he offers Lucy his house in Sag Harbour on Long Island. Little by little, she rediscovers her voice. Paul returns to Sag Harbour and they fall head over heels for each other—but then her family sends her bad news and she has to go back to Nice. And this is only the beginning of the story…
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            EAN : 9782221242384
            Shaping : EPUB3
            DRM : Watermark (Tatouage numérique)
            Robert Laffont