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A Year at the French Farmhouse
- Lu par : Lucy Scott
- Durée : 10 h et 25 min
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After ten years of loyal service Lily Butterworth has been made redundant. Like any clever woman, she knows the cure to redundancy is a little too much wine and her best friend.
Only the next morning, Lily has more than a hangover...she has a whole new house – in France!
Seeing this as an opportunity instead of a disaster, she’s excited about finally moving to France, just as she and her husband always dreamed of. However, Lily is in for another surprise. Despite planning to move there for over 20 years, her husband never actually intended to go.
So begins a year in France, alone, renovating the gorgeous old farmhouse that is held together by wallpaper and wishes.
Will a year at the French farmhouse be just what Lily needs? Or could it be the previous owner, Frederique, that is the answer to Lily’s dreams?
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- Justin Pepper
English women lives French dream with a romantic encounter
As this story takes us through the experience of living a romantic dream in France, it is totally different from A Year in Provence.
The author nevertheless introduces us to some typical situations encountered by English people setting up in France.
This audio version requires the English reader to take on French accents. It either works for you or it doesn’t. But the overall feeling is that you enjoy a slice of life in the French countryside.
Why am I listening to this story? Lily, the protagonist, is dumb as a rutabaga. Her behavior would be more believable if she were 15. (My apologies to teenagers, and rutabagas.) l am only listening because I'm stubborn, and a part of me thinks it's possible this selfish, stupid, and childish character will miraculously grow up. I think l shall be disappointed.
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- Laura OBrien
Made me look at real estate in France!
Sweet story, and anything set in France with references to Russell Crowe is fun for me.