This novel full of poetry and love, takes us on a journey through the streets of Paris. A surprising intrigue is woven around the fragile border that separates love from friendship, with the fatal consequences that can ensue from it.
Marieke’s burgeoning passion for her friend Lola will change the life of everybody in their group of friends, for better or for worse.
Rodolphe loves Marieke, but on New Year’s Eve, Marieke owns up to loving Lola… They get into more intimate relationships, full of secrets and unspoken things, where the need to start a family threatens to throw them into an abyss.
Annie Kubasiak-Barbier came to writing late, out of passion, beginning with poetry and an autobiographical novel. She belongs to the French association SACEM and has worked with several musicians.
Key Sales Points
– A beautiful novel, punctuated by forbidden loves, secrets between friends, jealousies and childish desires.
– The author plays between Tinker Bell and The Wicked Fairy Godmother, producing a novel where the words sally
forth to win you over, in a tale where love vies with hate.
– With her light, flowing style, the writer tackles all these themes delicately and modestly, in a story with strong twists and turns.