Old Stones And New Wine

Old Stones And New Wine A jug of wine a loaf of bread and thou Omar Khayy mVictimized by the con man to whom he d been married and grieving the death of a beloved dog internationally known mystery writer Alan Brynton plu

  • Title: Old Stones And New Wine
  • Author: Carolina Valdez
  • ISBN: 9781611241600
  • Page: 224
  • Format: ebook
  • A jug of wine, a loaf of bread, and thou Omar Khayy mVictimized by the con man to whom he d been married, and grieving the death of a beloved dog, internationally known mystery writer Alan Brynton plunges into complete writers block Needing the income, and desperate to meet his publisher s deadline, he leaves Los Angeles and rents a house in a village in the south of F A jug of wine, a loaf of bread, and thou Omar Khayy mVictimized by the con man to whom he d been married, and grieving the death of a beloved dog, internationally known mystery writer Alan Brynton plunges into complete writers block Needing the income, and desperate to meet his publisher s deadline, he leaves Los Angeles and rents a house in a village in the south of France Beside the blue Rhone River, among lush vineyards in wine producing Provence, he struggles to overcome anger and grief in order to break the hold the block has on him.When rescuing an injured dog, Alan meets and finds himself falling for the irresistibly charming Frenchman, Jacques Marchand But Jacques has the same easy charm Alan s ex had, and having been burned in his marriage, Alan no longer trusts his ability to know who a person really is He can t risk being victimized again, but can he risk losing the intoxicating new wine Jacques is to him

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    1. The setting for this story is Provence - already a star! Alan has been through a horrible divorce from a con man out to wipe him out. He has left Los Angeles so that he can complete his book since his deadline is looming and he has a severe case of writers block - brought on by the harassment from his ex. Soon after he arrives in Provence, Alan is eating his breakfast at a cafe when he spots a dog hiding in the bushes. He gets her water and food, but then she is scared by a noise, runs away and [...]

    2. I like revenge. I am one of those people who think the high road is for those who quit, and it hardly ever provides anyone with peace of mind and a calming sensation. We are vengeful creatures, and nothing feeds my black black hard more fully than when someone gets what they had coming all along.Enter Jacques.The charismatic wine-maker with a smile that could melt ice-bergs and a natural charm that could sink Titanic on its own, can't help but be attracted to Alan, the reserved American who goes [...]

    3. This story was really well developed and written. I have to admit, I missed some action this slow pace and Alana calm, deeply hurt characteristic, made this story a bit boring even if it was well developed. I did like it, but this slow pace wasn't hot point.

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