Invitation to Provence

Narrated by: Carrington MacDuffie
Length: 9 hrs and 15 mins
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Franny Marten's life is unraveling. Expecting to meet her boyfriend, Marcus Marks, for dinner, she finds his wife waiting for her instead. After the initial shock wears off, Franny finds she has more in common with Clare Marks than she could ever have imagined. And, amazingly, the women become fast friends. When Franny is unexpectedly offered an all-expenses-paid invitation to a family reunion in Provence, she goes, and takes Clare along for the ride. Provence is everything Franny pictured, but nothing at all what she expected. There are dangerous family secrets buried deep in the lovely landscape of southern France, and there is someone who will go to great lengths to keep Franny from uncovering them.
©2004 Elizabeth Adler (P)2008 BBC Audio

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Love the book!!

I have tried to enjoy listening or reading Elizabeth Adler's newest books but I find I don't enjoy them at all. I love the reader - Carrington MacDuffie - of this and many other of Adler's books. I'll go back to listening to the older books over and over.