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The Gap Year for Grown-Ups by Annie Sanders
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The Gap Year for Grown-Ups

by Annie Sanders

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Sarah Lewis wants a time out. She feels stagnated in her twenty-year marriage, her children are gone and the same-ness of every day is pushing her beyond the point of frustration. Her husband David doesn’t see is quite the same way! Regardless, Sarah puts everything on the line and leaves England for a year in Paris. Of course, in books as in life, nothing goes quite according to plan, especially when the peripheral people are not willing to follow script.

Annie Sanders is a new author for me and I was surprised to find “her” books are collaboration between two authors, Annie Ashworth and Meg Sanders. I enjoyed this light read enough to pick up another.
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After 20 years of comfortable marriage, and with the kids finally off her hands, Sarah Lewis realises she has filled the washing machine once too often. Surely there must be more to life than this?

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