Ellen Sussman, nationally bestselling author of French Lessons, delivers a feast for the senses in A Wedding in Provence, "a moving novel of love, forgiveness, and trust, set among the beaches and vineyards of southern France."
When Olivia and Brody drive up to their friend's idyllic inn "nestled in
a valley in the Mediterranean town of Cassis" they know they've chosen
the perfect spot for their wedding. The ceremony will be held in the
lush garden, and the reception will be a small party of only their
closest family and friends. But when Olivia and Brody's guests check in,
their peaceful wedding weekend is quickly thrown off balance.
The first to arrive is Nell, Olivia's oldest daughter from her first
marriage. Impulsive and reckless, she invites a complete stranger "an
enigmatic man who is both alluring and a bit dangerous"to be her guest
at the wedding. The next is Carly, Olivia's youngest daughter, the
responsible and pragmatic one. Away from her demanding job and a
strained relationship, she feels an urgent need to cut loose"and for
once do something brash and unpredictable. Then there is Jake, Brody's
playboy best man, and Fanny, Brody's mother, who is coping with the
fallout of her own marriage. And in the middle of it all is Olivia,
navigating the dramas, joys, and pitfalls of planning a wedding and
starting a new life.
A delicious, compelling, and utterly enchanting novel, A Wedding in Provence captures the complex and enduring bonds of family, and our boundless faith in love.
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