Amadea One Spring in France Mademoiselle you are boring says Amadea s employer and fires her from a teaching post in Paris No one wants to learn poetry here In desperate pursuit of a job Amadea travels to a small village in t

  • Title: Amadea: One Spring in France
  • Author: Michelle Granas
  • ISBN: 9780988859210
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mademoiselle, you are boring, says Amadea s employer and fires her from a teaching post in Paris No one wants to learn poetry here In desperate pursuit of a job, Amadea travels to a small village in the Pyrenees, where she meets an aging aristocrat in need of a companion It seems that Amadea has finally found someone who appreciates her for her kindness and cultivat Mademoiselle, you are boring, says Amadea s employer and fires her from a teaching post in Paris No one wants to learn poetry here In desperate pursuit of a job, Amadea travels to a small village in the Pyrenees, where she meets an aging aristocrat in need of a companion It seems that Amadea has finally found someone who appreciates her for her kindness and cultivation She begins to enjoy her new occupation and the first human warmth she has encountered in years Unfortunately, the village is not as peaceful as it appears and her path is soon crossed by a number of undesirables, including a charming, married lawyer and a scholarly alcoholic with a problem and it isn t his drinking His son Hugo is trying to force him to sell the family land and has sent round a young thug to keep the pressure on Hugo never expects, however, that his father will try to reform the fellow Raymond may be an alcoholic, but like Amadea, he has inner strengths in spite of his failings, and he believes in the power of words Hugo isn t happy and when Amadea inadvertently gets involved matters spin out of control This is a lighthearted story about the value of saying no and also about the sometimes unexpected nature of sustaining relationships.

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    One thought on “Amadea: One Spring in France”

    1. Just an okay book for me. Didn't really keep my attention and characters, story not very thought out or elaborated on.

    2. Very enjoyable book. Didn't like it quite as well as her other books, but still excellent. Have all three of the author's books on my Kindle and hope to find time someday to re-read them. Not something I do very often. Wish there were more books available.

    3. Spring Time In France For Romance.A very different love story. Amadea is a half French, half American young girl who is drifting, not really belonging anywhere. Through a amazing series of events she becomes the companion to a elderly Noblewoman living in a small town in the Pyrenees mountains. There she meets the Marquise grandson, Lucien. But the story doesn't just focus on this potential relationship, but on the ongoing problems of Raymond with his greedy son Hugo and Bruno his criminal assoc [...]

    4. Amadea was a teacher at a private school in Paris when she is fired for being boring. After exhausting her job search she becomes the companion of an elderly lady, Madame d'Almebert. This lady finds her other companions have been unsatisfactory, but she really takes to Amadea and they become friends. A problem occurs when Amadea realizes she has fallen in love with Lucien the grandson of Madame d'Almebert and she decides the thing to do is leave. A very well written book.* I received a free copy [...]

    5. I held off writing this review for a bit because I just wasn't sure how I felt about it. It was an okay book, but was a little drawn out in spots, and it was terribly predictable. A little more than halfway through I found myself skimming through parts because I felt as though I wasn't going to learn anything that I didn't know already, and I was pretty sure it wasn't going to add anything to the end didn't. I read somewhere that if you liked Jane Austen you would "absolutely love this book", we [...]

    6. Light, lovely readI read this while recovering from pneumonia, having seen a recommendation (and a very nice price) on a website. The characters are all funny and well developed and the story is sweet. It is also well-edited, something that is not always the case with a novel written for kindle. I will certainly look for the author again!

    7. I didn't like the title or the book cover. The story of a teacher without a job appealed to me. Especially since it was taking place in France. It ended up being a story I enjoyed a lot and think many others would, too.

    8. Amadea:One Spring in FranceI thought the story was very interesting. I enjoyed reading it. I didn't necessary like the way it ended but I guess the book could have gone on for another few chapters and ended more to my liking.

    9. This was a sweet, light read. It was charmingly innocent and had an almost storybook-like fable feeling.

    10. Sweet ReadNot a romance, but very romantic. Yes, a novel, but action, suspense, and adventure. Very entertaining! I do recommend it!

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