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So many things happen in ENCHANTING THE SWAN!
Paul and Fiona meet at William & Mary as grad students. Paul plays piano and Fiona plays cello and they start playing beautiful music together: The Swan by Camille St. Saëns…and they fall in love
They kiss on the Crim Dell Bridge at William & Mary, known for the best College kisses ever!
Disaster strikes in Brussels, in the restaurant-café “Roi d’Espagne” in the middle of the picture below on the famous Grand Place: Fiona breaks up! Because she is of old nobility and her godparents want a noble Belgian for her…
Paul does a summer course at Brussel’s UBL but feels miserable because of his loss of Fiona
He is offered an internship at First Swiss Bank in Geneva and takes the TGV
At First Swiss Bank, things go horribly wrong: Paul gets blamed by a sneaky rich girl for a huge swindle
He must leave beautiful Switzerland and takes a job at First Swiss Bank in New York
To his great surprise Fiona has moved here but is divorcing from her noble husband who mistreated her badly. Will Paul and Fiona get back together again and play the Swan?
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Cute Audrey with her mother when she was little
Me when I was about her age then, seven years difference
Audrey, 13, when she lived in Arnhem about 10 miles away from us and when we met
Us on May 5, 1945 when we were so happy that the dreadful war was over and we were still alive.
Ballet in Arnhem at the Conservatorium, 16 years old.
Audrey’s portrait in 1950 that stood on my grand piano.
Me in the French Alps close to Geneva where I worked
Audrey at Tolochenaz near Lausanne where she lived while I worked in Geneva. Public Photo
Audrey as devoted UNICEF Ambassadrice, shortly before she passed away. UNESCO Photos
Far away but always close.
Ingrid The Magnificent Viking is a survival tale. After his girlfriend broke up with him, John goes for a hike in his beloved Swiss mountains to forget his sorrow, but at sunset gets lost amidst rocks and pines and a torrential creek, almost drowns, and is forced to spend a long night in the freezing cold. Recovering the next morning from his ordeal in the lodge where he stays, he stumbles into a Norwegian goddess with whom he falls in love on the ski slopes. He thinks it was all destiny.
A tear-jerking love story.
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Cover design by Melanie Stephens