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The meeting place
Janette Oke and T. Davis Bunn
Adult Fiction OKE

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Alyssa said:
I love this book!!! It is the first one in the series. I can't wait to read the second book. The Meeting Place is about two women. One is an English woman named Catherine and the other is a French woman named Louis. Louis and Catherine meet at a meadow. They both went there regularly and met each other one day. They had a language difficulty because Louis spoke French and Catherine spoke English. Catherine learned some French so the two communicated very little at first. At the time when the book is written, the English are going to war with the French. The ladies keep meeting each other at the meadow, even though their lives are at a great risk. One day Louis asks Catherine to come to her village to meet their vicar or elder. Catherine accepts and she thoroughly enjoys her visit to the French village. Catherine has been keeping her visits with Louis a secret. After the visit to the village, Catherine tells her husband ,Andrew, about Louis. He is a sergeant in the army. After Catherine tells him he almost forbids her to go and see louis any more because it could endanger his position. I shouldn't tell you any more or you might not read it!!!!
posted Aug 24, 2004
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Louise Belleveau
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