By Màxim Huerta
«Al señor Dominique Brulé le gusta llegar de noche a su floristería. Siempre cierra los ojos antes de encender las luces y les da un tiempo a sus plantas para que se coloquen porque imagina que han estado toda l. a. noche mezclándose unas con otras. Nunca las pilla en movimiento, un día sucederá. Cuando inauguró l. a. tienda pensó encerrarse y dejarse morir, pero al ver que las tímidas siemprevivas sobrevivían sin agua después de semanas sin atención alguna, se dio cuenta de que él también podría vivir sin su amor».L’Étoile Manquante, l. a. floristería del señor Dominique, es el lugar preferido de Mercedes y Tilde, dos españolas que llevan más de cuarenta años trabajando en Francia. Las dos creen que están solas, porque a Mercedes l. a. abandonó su marido nada más cruzar los angeles frontera y Tilde no fue capaz de encontrar a quien l. a. quisiera. Un buen día, se instala en sus vidas un huracán encarnado en los angeles joven Violeta, que llega de Madrid huyendo de un amor que se empeña en perseguirla.
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