Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Waiting on Wednesday: THE PROVENCE CURE FOR THE BROKENHEARTED by Bridget Asher

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What are you waiting for?

My pick for this week is . . .

Category: Fiction
Format: Trade Paperback, 432 pages
Publisher: Bantam
On Sale: March 2011
 Price: $15.00
 ISBN: 978-0-385-34391-6

Description (from the publisher):
Here is a moving novel about love and hope in the face of loss, in which a small house in the French countryside may be responsible for mending hearts since WWII.

Brokenhearted and still mourning the loss of her husband, Heidi travels with Abbott, her obsessive-compulsive eight-year-old son, and Charlotte, her intolerably jaded sixteen-year-old niece, to spend the summer repairing their family home in a small village in the south of France. There, thousands of miles from home, Charlotte makes a shocking confession, and Heidi learns the truth about her mother's "lost summer" when she was a child. As three generations collide with one another, with the neighbor next door, who seems to know all their family secrets, and with an enigmatic Frenchman, they'll journey through love, loss, and healing amid the lavender fields, warms winds, and pistou soup of Provence.

About the author (from the publisher):
Bridget Asher is the author of My Husband’s Sweethearts and The Pretend Wife. She lives on the Florida panhandle with her husband, who is lovable, sweet, and true of heart—and has given her no reason to inquire about his former sweethearts. She is currently at work on her next novel, The 7th Pact of the Winslow Sisters, which Bantam will publish is 2012.


Jill said...

This one's on my list, too! Great pick...!

bermudaonion said...

I'd buy that book for the cover alone!

Beth(bookaholicmom) said...

That cover had me instantly! This book is definitely going on the wish list. Great pick!

Esme said...

I am with Kathy I would purchase the book for the title and cover alone.

Zibilee said...

This sounds like a wonderful read! I am going to have to check it out!

Marie said...

that is a beautiful cover- and the plot sounds intruiging!

Nana Fredua-Agyeman said...

Sounds interesting. Not much fun of historical fiction though I read most genres. Would still be looking out for it.