The Man of Their LiveseBook - 2010
A forty-something widower and a young divorcee decide to give love a second chance--but will their respective families and obligations keep them apart? When Louis, a seductive forty-something musician searching for true love, meets France, a young divorce who immediately falls in love with him, everything seems simple. However, although Louis Neville is a widower, he still has to contend with his son Frdric, a troubled adolescent, and his own twin sister Alix, who, not content with simply attempting to run her brother's career, also tries to meddle in his private life. What's more, France happens to be Frdric's French professor and the mother of a boy he hates--inevitably, things quickly become problematic for Louis and France. It will take all of France's stubbornness and a little help from fate to allow her to finally win over the love of her life. With characteristic ease, Franoise Bourdin explores two very timely themes: the difficulties of starting over at age forty and the day-to-day worries that arise from joining two separate families.
Publisher: [Ashland, Ohio] : Publishers Square, 2010
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 v. (unpaged)) : col. port