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Last Lovers | [William Wharton]

Last Lovers

Jack, 49, has walked out on his fast-lane corporate career and troubled marriage to return to painting, his first love. He lives a hand-to-mouth existence in Paris, struggling to express his long-suppressed feelings through his art. While painting in the park, he meets Mirabelle, 71. They fall slowly, carefully, and improbably in love, and into a tender, physically passionate affair.
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This love story, by the author of Birdy and Dad, is set in Paris in 1975. Jack, 49, American, has walked out on his fast-lane corporate career and troubled marriage to return to painting, his first love. He lives a hand-to-mouth existence in Paris, struggling to express his long-suppressed feelings through his art. While painting in the park (and blocking the sidewalk), an elderly blind woman walks into him, knocking him off his feet and getting herself smeared with paint. Mirabelle, 71, is small, elegant, and radiant.

They fall slowly, carefully, and improbably in love, and into a tender, physically passionate affair. While Mirabelle's tremendous sense of life inspires Jack to paint with new vision and freedom, he shares with her the mysteries of passion, and frees her from the traumatic event that blinded her in childhood.

©1991 William Wharton; (P)2008 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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    I loved this story and it is well done by the narrators. Some people may find it somewhat tedious in the descriptive manner of the writer. But this is overall a lovely love story. This is story of learning to truly appreciate the elemental, magical, simple. I'm glad I purchased this book.

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