Three French Inns

Three French Inns

by Patricia Kiyono

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Three French Inns by Patricia Kiyono

Peter Brown joined His Majesty's Army in the fight against Napoleon, but when he was wounded, a lovely French woman tended him. She was a recent widow, and they were on opposing sides of the war, so they went their separate ways. But he never forgot his "bel ange" -- his beautiful angel.

Caroline Bouchard Duval marched with her husband in Napoleon's army, eager to leave her sleepy village and see the world. But after being widowed, she returned to her childhood home in the French Alps. When a bloody traveler enters her father's inn, she recognizes him immediately. Could this man give her another chance to fulfill her dreams?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156816040
Publisher: esKape Press
Publication date: 10/18/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 604,489
File size: 522 KB

About the Author

In a previous life, Patricia Kiyono taught elementary school students by day and changed diapers at night. Now she teaches college students part time and changes diapers only when she’s taking care of grandkids. She loves to do anything that doesn’t involve exercise. Right now her favorite activities, in addition to writing, include scrapbooking, sewing, and making music. She and her husband live in southwest Michigan, near their five children and nine grandchildren.

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WriterDiane More than 1 year ago
I love the titles of this series’ play on words from the Christmas carol, “Partridge in a Pear Tree,” almost as much as I love the stories themselves. In this story, the characters are well-drawn and likeable. I admire Caroline’s marching with her husband and soldiers in Napoleon’s army. What an adventure and how disappointing that she had to return home after her husband’s death. Although the story was written to entertain, I loved learning new things. The plot is a bit predictable. After all, it’s a romance, and we readers love our Happy Ever Afters. What wasn’t as predictable was the compromise two people in love made. Isn’t that what love is all about? A delightful holiday story.