READER ´ DOC Passing Love ½ HANNAHREDHEAD

READER Passing Love

READER ´ DOC Passing Love ½ HANNAHREDHEAD Æ Nicole Marie Handy has loved all things French since she was a child After the death of her best friend determined to get out of her rut she goes to Paris leaving behind a marriage proposal While there Nicole chances upon an old photo of her father lovingly inscribed in his hand to a woNicole Marie Handy has loved all things French since she was a child After the death of her best friend determined to get out of her rut she goes to Paris leaving behind a marriage proposal While there Nicole chances upon an ol This was a perfect Memorial Day weekend read for me I knew Jacueline Luckett's name was familiar she was interviewed for her role in The Finish Party a group of black women writers in O Magazine years ago I liked the use of epistolary correspondence to move the narrative forward and I have convinced myself that the French lessons that open most of the chapters is a sign that I should not be the last black person in America to learn French Just like Shay Youngblood's book though so I think this book made me want to get on a plane to Paris immediately The writing puts you there though Of course romance and mystery also made this hard to put down A well done book with some good detailed history and intriguing characters

Jacqueline E. Luckett ☆ Passing Love BOOK

D photo of her father lovingly inscribed in his hand to a woman Nicole has never heard of What starts as a vacation uickly becomes an investigation into his relationship to this mystery woman Moving back and forth in time betwe Passing love is everything a novel should be It is a story as complex multilayered and rich as a French pastry and just as deceptively simpleuntil you take a bite Settle back get comfy and enjoy the journey Nicole Malvina and Ruby and their men take you on through Post WWII and contemporary Paris You will feel like you were thereyou will wish you were therethen and nowPassing Love Paris on t'aime

READER ✓ Passing Love ☆ Jacqueline E. Luckett

Passing LoveEn the sparkling Paris of today and the jazz fueled city filled with expatriates in the 1950s Passing Love is the story of two women dealing with lost love secrets and betrayaland how the City of Light may hold all of the answe An incredibly lush read The story transitions back and forth in time between Paris present day and the 1950s It explores multifaceted aspects of love from romance to heartbreak uite beautifully