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French Kissing: Season Five - Episodes 19-21 - cover

French Kissing: Season Five - Episodes 19-21

Harper Bliss

Publisher: Ladylit Publishing

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Summary

Paris… City of lights, City of love… City of drama!
 
With a year remaining on Dominique’s first presidential term, the Laroche camp is gearing up for her re-election campaign. Dominique herself, however, doesn’t seem so keen on going through it all again.
 
Aurore and Solange’s relationship has been on and off so many times, nobody can keep count. The prospect of being on opposing sides of an election campaign is proving too difficult to overcome. Unless one of them can find it in her heart to make a sacrifice.
 
Claire is showing signs of a midlife crisis. Rather than test her marriage to Margot, her behaviour puts in danger Barbier & Cyr, and her friendship with Juliette and Steph.
 
Partnerships will be questioned, loyalties will shift and priorities will be reassessed as favourite characters, and old foes, return for a new season of Parisian drama and intrigue.
 
Warning: This title contains sensual language, ladies making love, copious wine consumption and the occasional bout of political backstabbing.

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