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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

The Tapestry of Love

Thank You Rosy Thornton.  She sent me a copy of her book The Tapestry of Love. It has a beautiful cover.  I can't wait to sink my teeth into this book.


    Book Description

A rural idyll: that's what Catherine is seeking when she sells her house in England and moves to a tiny hamlet in the Cévennes mountains. With her divorce in the past and her children grown, she is free to make a new start, and her dream is to set up in business as a seamstress. But this is a harsh and lonely place when you're no longer just here on holiday. There is French bureaucracy to contend with, not to mention the mountain weather, and the reserve of her neighbors, including the intriguing Patrick Castagnol. And that's before the arrival of Catherine's sister, Bryony.

    About the Author

Rosy Thornton teaches at Cambridge University.


Happy New Year Bloggers and readers.

I have received a few more lovely books that I will post this week.  I am not reading a lot of book reviews these days.  I like to browse the book store and be a little surprised.  But I will be stopping by blogs to comment and say hi more often.  Have a great week.  Thank you again to author Rosy Thornton for sending me this lovely book.

8 comments:

Serena said...

I really enjoyed this book. You're in for a real treat!

Mary said...

This was the first book I read in 2011 - a wonderful way to start my year. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did :)

bermudaonion said...

I've read great reviews of this one, so I think you're in for a treat!

Holly (2 Kids and Tired) said...

I really enjoyed this one!

Carrie#K said...

Robin Maxwell has another book out! Sorry, totally distracted by that.

Shelley said...

As another rural writer, I love the "weathered" look on that book's cover--there's something about those old doors and old windows that just seem to open out (or look in) to a different world.

Monica said...

The cover of this one would entice me as well. Look forward to your review.

Janice said...

How I wish I can read this book too. Will search this one from our nearest bookstore if have time.I got curious about the story of love.