Safe Passage: Kate Owen
Synopsis: While doing renovation on the old New Orleans home inherited from her great aunt, Jules discovers an old safe filled with letters written in French—and code. Enlisting the aid of a local French teacher, the beautiful Gen, Jules slowly begins to learn the truth of her great grandfather’s death …
Review: This short story is a lovely little romance set on New Orleans between two teachers. One teacher coaches the rowing team and is renovating the house she inherited from her aunt when she stumbles across some letters written in French code. She enlists the support of the French teacher at the school and they work together to solve the mystery that the letters uncover whilst getting closer. The story of full of charm and character, New Orleans makes its own impression on the reader and becomes an integral part of the story. I found myself interested by the characters and the story and wanting to find out what happened between them and between the people in the letters she uncovers. All together a delightful read.
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