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Two people brought together the first time during the war with Napoleon find themselves again six years after the war. Both times, Caroline has taken care of him. The time to heal allows these two a chance to become acquainted again, even if there were only strangers in passing. Fate has a way of bringing these star-crossed souls back to one another with a chance of a happily ever after ending. In the end, hearts will mend, families will come together, and a new future will rise out of the ashes like the Phoenix.
Caroline Bouchard Duval cooked for the guests in her father’s inn which was near the castle Pierre’s grandfather had owned, but been forced to sell. The two met toward the end of the wars and then went their separate ways.
Years later, on his way to Geneva Pierre had fallen from his horse and been taken to the inn where Caroline worked. They recognised each other, but Caroline concentrated on to helping her father while Pierre had business in Geneva. His journey was delayed by the injuries he sustained in the fall from his horse. This forced him to remain in the area for a few weeks.
Caroline and Pierre are two well rounded characters who are gradually drawn to one another. Neither wants to force their attentions on the other. A well written book which kept my interest throughout the pages. As I read, it was difficult to tell what the outcome would be, so I was pleasantly surprised by the events that took place.
Although short, this book had attraction, conflict and an undercurrent of a puzzle to be solved. A sweet romance set in the rural area of France so that the after effects of the Napoleonic wars did not trouble the population of the town. Good story.
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What I like about this novella is that these characters aren't nobility. They are ones who have had to work to provide for themselves and their families. They are relatable and easy to identify with, especially Caroline who wishes for something more out of life.
This is a short read. While I would have like more time for the relationship between Peter/Pierre and Caroline, it's paced well enough. There isn't always a clear definition of how much time has passed, which can create confusion at times.
I recommend this to anyone looking for a quick, sweet read. I received a free copy from MoreThanAReview where I rate the content of books.
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