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  • That Woman Next Door

  • Von: Harper Bliss
  • Gesprochen von: Abby Craden
  • Spieldauer: 7 Std. und 12 Min.
  • Ungekürztes Hörbuch
  • Kategorien: Liebesromane
  • 4,9 out of 5 stars (7 Bewertungen)

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    Sometimes what you’re running from is exactly what you need.

    Olivia Chevalier is perfectly happy living a quiet life of solitude with her two cats in the tempestuous countryside of Brittany. Olivia’s peace is disrupted when heart-breaker extraordinaire Marie Dievart moves in to the holiday home next door after an event at work makes her flee her everyday life.

    Olivia hates having a neighbor and Marie is put off by Olivia’s cranky ways. But maybe these two women have more in common than they first believe.

    Best-selling lesbian romance author Harper Bliss brings you a slow-burn opposites-attract story about the power of connection and opening yourself up to the possibility of love.

    ©2021 Harper Bliss (P)2021 Harper Bliss

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    Getting curious with every chapter

    The story was different than a lot and it could have had another ending as well... ;-)
    Very often I wish to get to know more about the "daily life" after the end... Here as well ;-)
    After getting used to the change of charakter with every chapter of the narration I found this way of telling interesting.
    Thanks for these "difficult women" :-)