Pain au Chocolat by KChristine Martin

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Catherine still had her French accent despite twenty four years in the United States. She was forty two years old, divorced for more than fourteen years, and restless. She had started the 'Le Café' business, helped by borrowed money from her aging parents, and worked hard to support her only child. Nowadays, she spent most of her time doing the shop's accounting and purchasing requirements. She thought about beginning a new way of life. 'Perhaps in France', she told herself - until she met Anna. Both women are from different cultures and from different generations. Yet Catherine and Anna discover a passion that is constantly being challenged in pursuit of their dream to be together.
 

About KChristine Martin

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Fearing that many of the computer applications she has written and constantly revised would become incompatible for tomorrow's technology, KChristine Martin decided to escape the ever changing world of progress with a debut novel, "Pain au Chocolat", a romance set in the 1980s between two women of different cultures and of different generations. KChristine Martin is a graduate of Mathematics at Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts and currently resides in the Philippines with her beloved "international" pets - an American cocker spaniel and an African lovebird.
 
Published December 19, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 288 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction

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