[Reading] ➷ A French Pirouette Author Jennifer Bohnet – Dolove.info

A French Pirouette Au Revoir Old Life, Bonjour Brittany Parisian Prima Ballerina Suzette Knows It S Time To Hang Up Her Pointe Shoes Before Her Next Injury Ruins Her Ankles For Good But Dancing Is All She S Ever Known And She S Terrified Of Who She Ll Be After That Final Curtain FallsMeanwhile, Lonely Londoner Libby Is Pouring Her Life Savings Into Buying An Auberge That She And Her Late Husband Had Loved Visiting On Holiday It S A Huge Risk That Could Leave Her Broke As Well As Broken HeartedAnd Then There S Brigitte Who S Retired To The Village For A Slower Pace Of Life, But Who Dreads Seeing Someone Else Run Her Beloved AubergeThree Fresh Starts One Unforgettable Summer

10 thoughts on “A French Pirouette

  1. says:

    Last year I had the great pleasure of discovering the lovely writing of Jennifer Bohnet I thought The Little Kiosk By The Sea was really something rather special At the back of Kiosk were a few chapters of A French Pirouette, and I did mention at the time that I wanted to read on and find

  2. says:

    What an amazing read from beginning to end It s such an amazing story of turning your life around after tragedy and learning to start over and create a new life for yourself.Suzette a prima ballerina has had an amazing career but it know seems as if her career is slowly coming to an end Injur

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    Copy received from NetGalley in return for an honest review This is a charming and readable book with several different character s stories criss crossing and interacting Libby reminded me of a Trisha Ashley heroine in many ways that s a good thing and I really liked Suzette the ballerina I thoug

  4. says:

    Great weekend read This is the second book I ve read from this author love her writing style and especially her descriptions of places and foods Nice touch that at the end of the book she shares a few recipes that the main character made in the book main character was an owner of a guest house BB Her

  5. says:

    Originally posted on Paris Baker s Book Nook.There wasn t a thing I didn t love about this book from the moment I first saw it As a ballet dancer since the age of two and a lover of all things french, A French Pirouette sounded absolutely wonderful, and it had a beautiful cover to top it all off.Thankful

  6. says:

    This is a beautifully written, gentle, romance novel centred around the small auberge in a quiet village in Brittany.Over one summer at the auberge we meet three different women whose lives are brought together at a time when they all have challenges to face Libby, a widow from London is approaching her fort

  7. says:

    Suzette is facing the fact that she may have to give up being a prima ballerina after injuries threaten to cause lasting damage But what will she do after she stops dancing is there a world beyond that Libby has lost her husband but is thinking of buying a bed and breakfast place that she used to love visiting w

  8. says:

    What a delightful read I loved this story of three women, all at different stages of their lives, who meet and become friends Libby, a widow decides to buy a French bed and breakfast to fulfill the dream she and her late husband had Suzette, a ballerina who is reaching the end of her famous career and Bridgette, the

  9. says:

    Sissy Oh please, let me go and meet Libby and Suzette and Brigitte in the village Boulangerie and have a Pain Au Chocolat Does that not sound like heaven Bubby At times in my life when there is no possible way that I ll be going anywhere fun and romantic anytime soon, it s so lovely to have a beautifully descriptive nov

  10. says:

    After some of the heavier books, A French Pirouette was a great fluffy contemporary novel I found the three women protagonists to be refreshing to read and easy to connect with The readers relationship with them was easy and felt like old friends catching each other up on their life The French setting was also a nice change

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About the Author: Jennifer Bohnet

Sixteen years ago Richard and I, with our then dog, 14 year old Holly in a trailer attached to Richard s bike, cycled down through western France via the canal paths, arriving in Antibes in July With the exception of two fleeting visits back to the UK we have lived in France ever since.For the past five years we have lived in a small cottage in central Brittany with one large collie dog called Vi