Antoine Rousseau, who had once turned a lonely French exchange trip into a summer of romance, wants to see her – after thirty years. She can’t exactly run off to Nice with the man who broke her teenage heart . The opening scenes were by far my favourite within the book.
They show Lorrie as a teenager on her first adventure to France in the exchange programe to learn all about the culture etc..
Accompanying photos occasionally include kids and pets and sometimes are taken in (and of) exotic lands, the point apparently being to make the rest of us depressed about the repetitive, prosaic, embarrassingly local lives we — and apparently only we — are leading. Some wait for the perfect prey, others simply target someone that has previously been victimised and is vulnerable, or lonely.If you have been through a rough time before, and seek to find another relationship to feel better and get over the hurt and pain of the last one – STOP!!!Rosie Fleeshman is, of course, the youngest member of “Manchester’s First Family Of Theatre” – her mum, Sue Jenkins, and her dad, David Fleeshman, are both very well known from years of TV and theatre, while her brother, Richard, is something of a musical theatre star these days, with leading roles in Ghost: The Musical and Legally Blonde, and sister Emily is a successful actress and businesswoman.But 24-year-old Rosie, who’s been working as an actress since she appeared in Peter Pan at The Lowry at the age of ten, insists that writing her funny, thoughtful and immensely brave one-woman show “sort of came out of nowhere really.