Anna thought she had it all figured out . . . but fate had other plans.When Anna, a chef by profession, discovers shes pregnant, she prepares to leave dreary London behind and move to idyllic Provence, France, with her husband, Tobias, and her lovable baby-to-be. But shes suddenly forced to reevaluate her dreams when their baby is born less than perfect. Little do Anna and Tobias know that the change in plans sparked by Freyas birth is the beginning of an incredible journey of the heart. Along the way, they discover that there truly is no such thing as a mouseproof kitchen, and though life sometimes gets a little messy, its the messy bits that give it meaning.The couple and their new daughter end up in a vermin-infested farmhouse in a remote town in Francefar from the mansion in Provence theyd originally imagined. Their rickety home is falling down around them, the village is involved in a decades-old trauma, and even the charms of the regions lavender fields and a budding romance between two of their young neighbors cant distract from the fact that Freyas hospital stays are becoming frighteningly frequent. Anna must draw on reserves of strength she never knew she had just to keep going from day to day. But will it be enough to keep her family togetherand her daughter safe? Told with humor and warmth, The Mouse-Proof Kitchen is a moving and thought-provoking story about how the best parts of life are often the most complicated.
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Atria/Emily Bestler Books
July 01, 2013
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