Are you looking for a gift for the one who already has (almost) everything? On the occasion of Mother’s Day, take a look at our reading suggestions among which you will surely find something to entertain mom.
These 9 spring novelties, recently published by The editors together Y JCL Editions, are all works by Quebec authors. All you have to do is choose the style you want!
Period readings for time travel
This novel imagined by Nicole Villeneuve is the continuation of the first volume of Hairdressers: the revelation. Very inspired by the stories of the court sites and the mysterious power of alternative medicine, the author makes us experience the evolution of the L’Heureux family, within which the young Pauline discovered her passion for the profession of healer . . We savor this story with charm!
This sequel to the best-selling novel The Pennant Song: The Lost Brother is a moving story that tells how Jeanne’s family was separated after an unforgivable act committed by her older brother. Torn by circumstances, she will go on a quest to uncover the truth. This work by Claude Coulombe offers an incursion into a distant time in our province.
Historical literature to dream
This final volume in a series of three novels by Marylène Pion transports us to the world of the Ritz-Carlton at the turn of the 20th century.Y century, when warfare was raging and news of soldiers going into battle was rare. A pregnant Ida Sloane apprehends the birth of her daughter while benefiting from the support of her friends Violette and Candice. In the heart of Montreal’s luxurious hotel, we follow the beautiful Ida in her thoughts, her worries and her most precious secrets.
When Théophile Martin, a widower and father of five children, announces that he will take his deceased mother’s cousin as his wife, the news does not pass. The four girls and the boy of the family therefore decide to do everything possible to sabotage the marriage, and will end up splitting the future mother for marriage. Will the Martin clan be able to find happiness after this new union? Marie Louise Monast’s novel is a gem for lovers of period novels!
This two-volume historical series written by Michèle B. Tremblay tells the story of Lauréanne and Léonce as they prepare to build the life of their dreams. Léonce, a highly talented architect, will have the opportunity to set up his own business and allow the family to join the ranks of social life. But this ascent will not be without its pitfalls… Will the couple be able to keep their values and their love intact despite the pitfalls to be crossed?
powerful sentimental romance
In this novel by Catherine Bourgault, we follow the bubbly Léa through a busy month. While her husband is in a coma, her best friend and her lawyer, Alice, asks her for a big favor: to accompany her client who is trying to reconstruct her image by posing as her girlfriend. However, although the young man in question is quite contemptuous, she Léa decides to cajole him and tame the attraction she feels for him. She will have 30 days to learn to hate him, because from then on she will have to return to the arms of her real boyfriend. Will she make it?
Light and fun chick litter
Alexandra Roy’s latest novel chronicles the adventures of Alexia Roberge, a hotel critic for a luxury tourism magazine, who flies to Costa Rica to change her life and help her best friend organize a yoga retreat. There she meets an old flame, Samuel, who seems to have it all for him, while she accumulates failures (in love) on her side. While both are competing for the same position, will she be able to prevail and make him regret this reunion? A romantic comedy with an exotic flavor!
Marie-Louise is overwhelmed when she leaves university realizing that it will be difficult for her to find a permanent teaching job. She was forced to move back in with her parents and do a substitute job for a while in order to start her career. As this plan is not at all what she had in mind, she will go through many adventures, encounters, obstacles and learning, officially entering the world of adults. A story inspired by the author’s own journey, Andrée-Anne G. Dufour.
feel good reading
Signed by Marie-Andrée Rompré, this novel immerses us in the inspiring story of Marianne, a psychologist and mother of two children, who struggles with problems of anxiety and exhaustion. She decides to retire to Mexico to take care of herself, but she soon realizes that she will have to make major changes in her life to set the record straight. Will she come back fully transformed?
Give mom the perfect gift by holding one of these 9 Quebec novels found in The editors together Y JCL Editions. Good reading!