The Perils Of Pauline by Collette YvonneThe Perils Of Pauline by Collette Yvonne

The Perils Of Pauline

byCollette Yvonne

Paperback | July 2, 2015

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Pauline Parril is a survival expert.For ex-army veteran Pauline Parril, life marches along in orderly formation now that she is happily married, raising three children, and ascending a promising career ladder. But the handles of her safe and comfortable world soon turn upside down when a termination letter lands on her lap and her once-loving husband Donald grows suspiciously distant. Complications further arise when Pauline returns to school and meets Michael Fortune-the handsome and exciting poetry professor who threatens to get out of hand.Pauline once endured a long deployment to a war-torn country halfway around the world, but can she survive the front lines of her fraying household? Find out how she does it in The Perils of Pauline, an uproarious tale à la Bridget Jones of an intrepid every-woman stepping through the challenges of rebuilding her life while learning that there's actually more to discover about herself than she ever dreamed possible.
Collette Yvonne has written more than 150 articles publishing in Ontario's Dailies.  Her short story, Snapshots for Henry, was made into a short film directed by Teresa Hannigan and received a 2007 Genie nomination for Best Live Action Short Drama.  More of Yvonne's short stories, including From the Cottage Porch and Wild Words 2010 ap...
Title:The Perils Of PaulineFormat:PaperbackDimensions:302 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.8 inPublished:July 2, 2015Publisher:HighLine EditionsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1941286054

ISBN - 13:9781941286050


Editorial Reviews

A deftly written, uproariously funny, exceptionally entertaining novel, The Perils of Pauline clearly documents Collette Yvonne as a gifted author of the first order. Impressively entertaining from beginning to end, The Perils of Pauline is very highly recommended reading for personal leisure time lists and would prove to be an enduringly popular addition to community library General Fiction collections.