The Little Breton Bistro (Paperback)Nina George (author)
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From the bestselling author of The Little Paris Bookshop, an extraordinary novel about self-discovery and new beginnings.
Marianne Messmann longs to escape her loveless marriage. On a trip to Paris, she throws herself into the Seine, but is rescued by a passer-by.
While recovering in hospital, Marianne sees a painting of a beautiful port town and decides to embark on a final adventure.
Once in Brittany, she befriends a host of colourful characters who gather in a seaside bistro called Ar Mor.
Among food, music and laughter, Marianne discovers a new version of herself - passionate, carefree and powerful. That is until her past comes calling . . .
The Little Breton Bistro is a captivating love letter to second chances.
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Number of pages: 304
Dimensions: 199 x 129 x 22 mm
'From the author of The Little Paris Bookshop comes a new life-affirming novel . . . the message of this gentle but pacey page-turner is that new loves, new friends and confidence can be found at any stage.' - Sunday Express
'[Nina] George's engrossing novel is as much about indulging the senses with succulent dishes and dazzling sights as it is about romance and second chances. With a profound sense of place and sensuous prose, the novel functions as a satisfying virtual visit to the French Riviera. A luscious and uplifting tale of personal redemption in the tradition of Eat, Pray, Love.' - Kirkus Reviews
'A sweet lifesaver bound to be in huge demand.' - Library Journal
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