Chantal by Yvone Lenard

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For fans of Jackie Collins epics and Jacqueline Susann sagas: Spanning thirty years, two generations, and two continents, Chantal sweeps from a once-grand chateau in Angouleme to war-torn Paris and finally to the storm-ravaged beaches of Malibu, telling the story of a magnificent woman and a love that defied the cruelties of time. Gloriously imagined and stunningly told, Chantal is a tale of home and exile, persecution and survival, and the wondrous triumph of an impossible love neither time nor distance could alter. Hers is a story whose heart will touch the hearts of all who read it.

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Published September 1, 1989 by Joyride Books. 472 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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This uneven saga spans 27 years, covers the globe and intertwines byzantine plots in a ponderous, improbable, yet at times engaging narrative. Chantal Arondel is an impressionable 17 when the Nazis in

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