Is Paris the city of happily ever afters?
Workaholic art historian Aurora Black doesn’t have time for fairy tales or Prince Charmings, even in the most romantic city in the world. She has recently been hired by a Parisian auction house for a job that could make or break her career. Unfortunately, daredevil journalist Cédric Castel seems intent on disrupting Aurora’s routine.
As Aurora and Cédric embark on a journey across France, they get more than they bargained for as they find themselves battling rogue antiques dealers and personal demons, not to mention a growing attraction to each other.
But with the help of a fairy godmother or two, could they both find their happily ever afters?
Are you a fan of history? Of romance? Of mystery? Then this is a book that is right up your alley, because it ticks all of these boxes.
The author has taken a big portion of romance, added a dollop of mystery and finished it off with a pinch of history.
Even under the coldest of exteriors there is a burning heart burried. It only takes the right person to melt the wall of ice. But nobody ever said it would be easy. There are a lot of barriers that have to be overcome before the happy ever after can begin and some are pretty dangerous.
Secrets are revealed, thugs are exposed and love is found. I loved the glimpse we get in the world of a palaeographer. It was a very interesting addition that took the book to a higher level. 5 stars.
Thank you, Marie Laval, Choc Lit and Rachel’s Random Resources.
About the author
Originally from Lyon in France, Marie now lives in Lancashire with her family. She works full-time as a modern languages teacher and in her spare time she loves writing romance and dreaming about romantic heroes. She writes both historical and contemporary romance. Her historical romance The Lion’s Embrace won the Gold Medal at the Global Ebook Awards 2015 (category Historical Romance), and best-selling Little Pink Taxi was her debut romantic comedy novel with Choc Lit. She is a member of the Romantic Novelists Association and the Society of Authors. Her native France, as well as her passion for history and research, very much influences her writing, and all her novels have what she likes to call ‘a French twist’!
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