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Branche Olive: Martin
     

Branche Olive: Martin

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by Tracy Leung
 

Martin is a prequel to the Branche Olive trilogy, setting the stage for the world we discover in Fleur de Lis. Martin’s story reveals the contrasting misogynistic and Madonna complexes that dominate his relationships. As a bastard child he struggled without a male role model, giving him an unbalanced view of women. This shortcoming is at the core of all of

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Martin is a prequel to the Branche Olive trilogy, setting the stage for the world we discover in Fleur de Lis. Martin’s story reveals the contrasting misogynistic and Madonna complexes that dominate his relationships. As a bastard child he struggled without a male role model, giving him an unbalanced view of women. This shortcoming is at the core of all of Martin’s encounters. When he meets Olivia he tries desperately to break free of his old habits and establish a real relationship.

Martin is a standalone chapter. It can be read before or after Fleur de Lis and the Branche Olive Trilogy. Loyal readers will remember Martin and gain insight in to his life with Olivia before she meets Henry. For newcomers to the series this chapter will give you an emotionally fraught introduction to the Branche Olive trilogy.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044695122
Publisher:
Tracy Leung
Publication date:
07/01/2012
Series:
Branche Olive , #2
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
103 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Tracy Leung was born and raised in New York City. Her mother is a blend of Puerto Rican and Filipino, her father Chinese.Exposed to a wealth of cultures, Tracy absorbed the influences around her with fervor. She has embraced her love of travel and language to live and work abroad. Tracy’s personal experience has provided a unique perspective on the diversity of traditions around the world.Her professional life has taken her into the fashion, technology and finance industries. She has worked in senior positions in the private sector and on Wall Street, dealing extensively with international military, diplomatic and executive contacts.Tracy's passion and skill in cooking reflects her cosmopolitan background and taste. Always eager to find the back street restaurant where only the locals eat, whether in London, Paris, Rome or at home in New York, she interprets menus into her own distinctive recipes.Using these experiences to full effect, Tracy has created dynamic characters in actual locations to populate "Branche Olive".

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Branche Olive: Martin 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a good book. It was written well and the words just flowed. I liked it very much. J... :-@