One Summer in Paris

Pub Date:   |   Archive Date: 11 May 2019

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Charming story about love, relationships, and rediscovery.

Grace is excited to surprise her husband David with a romantic trip to Paris on their 25th wedding anniversary but David spoils everything when he announces over dinner he wants a divorce and is leaving Grace for a woman half his age!

Instead of wasting the Parisian trip, Grace decides to spend the summer in Paris on her own. On her first day in Paris Grace encounters Aubrey, a teenage girl trying to escape a complicated family life. The two women become fast friends and embrace the summer in Paris as new versions of themselves. Versions that accept new adventures and open themselves up to romance. 

For fans of Jojo Moyes, Sophie Kinsella, and tender reads with happy endings.
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This is a sweet romance story that show how one person deal with the break up of a marriage and how your life can change so quickly
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I was provided and advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. 

When Grace’s husband announces he wants a divorce, she packs up her tattered heart and travels to Paris alone, determined to have the holiday of a lifetime. When she meets her rebellious teenage neighbor, Audrey, they forge an unlikely friendship. 

This is a book about starting over but also the friendship between two unlikely characters. I could relate more with Grace but I appreciated the carefree attitude that Audrey had on life, and how it rubbed off on Grace even with their age difference. 
Sweet book that was a quick read.
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What do you do when your husband announces, out of the blue, that he wants a divorce? If you’re Grace, you head to the City of Light, determined that something good will come of all this. When Grace connects with neighbor Audrey they become friends, two women in the most romantic city in the world, struggling to find their feet and a way forward. This is a delightful story about coming up for air after the end of a marriage and finding that there really is life on the other side
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