All in One Place (Leslie & Terra, Book 2) by Carolyne Aarsen

By Carolyne Aarsen

Terra Froese has spent such a lot of her
adult existence bouncing from activity to job,
man to guy, and drink to drink. But
when her most modern courting and
job concurrently collapse, she
leaves Seattle for rural Montana to
visit her sister, Leslie VandeKeere,
to whom she hasn't spoken in over
a yr. If a person may also help Terra
sort out her existence, it'll be Leslie, who
has controlled good fortune regardless of family
odds and a up to date circulate from
city to kingdom. With plans to rescue
herself and her sister from the
threat of going nowhere, Terra's in
for an incredible surprise--Leslie likes her
new nation lifestyles. while Terra rebels opposed to her sister's
conformity, how a lot wildness can the VandeKeeres
stand so that it will hold the family members multi function position?

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There's food here, and besides that I don't think my arm will ever be much good anymore. SOUPEAU enters busily from the Hostelry. He is scrupulously dressed. SIMONE enters behind him dragging a trunk. SOUPEAU (clapping his hands) : Maurice, Robert, Gus­ tave, let's go, let's go. You have to load the china up. Everything in the storeroom has to be put on the trucks. Pack the hams in salt. But load the wine on first. Drink your coffee later : this is war. We're going to B ord e aux . They continue tlzeir breakfast.

Henri, y ou know how I dislike interfering in business matters. But I can no longer ignore your dealings with this Cap ta in Fetain. We all know that he is a Fascist. MAYOR: has returned from the Hostelry with a ven­ dor's tray, loaded with large bags, tied about her; in her hands she carries two more baskets stuffed with bags. SIMONE I suggest you be careful, Ph ili ppe, when you call the Captain a Fascist. soUP EAU: ( bitterly ) : "I suggest you be careful! " Is that all that you and your Captain Fetain can say to me, with the Germans already at the Loire?

The aristocracy is against the King. Th at's the way it reads in your book, too. While behind you stand the people, espe­ cially Maurice. Can't we come to an agreement, Joan, just you and I? MAYOR: Why not, Your Majesty? ( Hesistantly. ) Only you 'll have to take a fi rmer hand in business m atters and see that the food pails are always full. SIMON E : I'll see what I can do. In any case I'll h ave to be careful, otherwise they're l i able to cut my royal salary. I 've always been the man to close his eyes to everything, so that when I do h ave someth ing to say nobody p ays any atte n tion to me .

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