Maybe in Paris
by Rebecca Christiansen
Pub Date 20 Jun 2017
Those quirks quickly begin to spoil the trip. Keira wants to traipse all over Europe; Levi barely wants to leave their grubby hotel room. She wants to dine on the world’s cuisine; he only wants fast food. Levi is one giant temper tantrum, and Keira’s ready to pull out her own hair.
She finally finds the adventure she craves in Gable, a hot Scottish bass player, but while Keira flirts in the Paris Catacombs, Levi’s mental health breaks. He disappears from their hotel room and Keira realizes, too late, that her brother is sicker than she was willing to believe. To bring him home safe, Keira must tear down the wall that Levi’s sickness and her own guilt have built between them.
“Set against the magic and possibility of Paris, Christiansen’s emotional debut not only reminds us of the challenges that come with loving someone as they are, but also, the incomparable beauty." ―Ashley Herring Blake, author of How to Make a Wish "A touching, relevant story about siblings, autism, and unconditional love. Beautifully written, compelling, and honest." ―Marci Lynn Curtis, author of The One Thing