Girl in the Moonlight

Girl in the Moonlight

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Since childhood, Wylie Rose has been drawn to the charming, close-knit Bonet siblings. But none affected him more than the enchanting Cesca, a girl blessed with incandescent beauty and an irrepressible spirit. Wylie's friendship with her brother, Aurelio, a budding painter of singular talent, brings him near Cesca's circle. A young woman confident in her charms, Cesca is amused by Wylie's youthful sensuality and trusting innocence. Toying with his devotion, she draws him closer--ultimately ruining him for any other woman. Spanning several decades, moving through the worlds of high society, finance, and art, and peopled with poignant characters, Girl in the Moonlight takes us on a whirlwind tour, from the wooded cottages of old East Hampton to the dining rooms of Upper East Side Manhattan to the bohemian art studios of Paris and Barcelona, vividly bringing to life Wylie and Cesca's tempestuous affair.
Publisher: New York : William Morrow, [2015]
Edition: First edition.
Copyright Date: ♭2015
ISBN: 9780062358325
Characteristics: 338 pages


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Oct 10, 2015

Good book. Very easy read.

MedinaReads Jul 10, 2015

This is a perfect book to read in the summer. The privileged families in this book travel between Europe and the affluent East coast with frequency and ease. It's a sumptuous and sensuous book of art, beaches, food, wine, parties, and travel. The main character "falls in love" with a free spirited girl when he was a young boy. The obsessive and unhealthy love affair continues on and off through much of his early adulthood, affecting his life in many ways. Lovely writing and scenic interludes in this book will take you away. Recommended by N.S., Brunswick Library, MCDL

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