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Sell the Pig: a travel tale with a twist (The Sell The Pig Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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For some reason that still doesn't make sense to me Miss Limejuice decides it would be a good idea to buy a big house in France with her hoarding alcoholic brother and take her very elderly mother there to live with them. Supposedly, her mother will get much better health care there. But, that's because Miss Limejuice plans to live with her mother so that she can supervise her care and do much of the care taking. It seems it would have been a lot easier to stay in England and do the same thing. Of course, there wouldn't have been three books if they had.
This book describes the search for a home in France and the eventual move there with her mother. The mother is an amusing charcter and the brother is kind of tragic. Tottie does her best to care for one and tolerate and mollify the other. Not easy, but she writes with sincerity and has the ability to laugh at herself. Very entertaining.
Beware though this is not just a story of a family of ex-pats changing one known way of life for the un-known. It is rather an in-depth look at the struggle to improve life for three very different adults and an amazing old dog.
Lucky for me I know the sequel is already written and waiting for me so I won't have to agonize waiting to find out how they adjust to the changes.