A Love Letter to Paris

A BRAND NEW Parisian summer romance from the BESTSELLING author of Summer at the Santorini Bookshop

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Pub Date Jul 08 2024 | Archive Date Jul 13 2024

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Don’t miss this escapist summer romance from bestselling author Rebecca Raisin 🇫🇷

‘Late at night when I wander the streets of Paris, my thoughts turn to her… How do I tell her how I feel? Perhaps, I need to show her…’

The pretty little streets of Montmartre are abuzz with a rumour. Apparently a mystery matchmaker, known only as ‘Paris Cupid’, has somehow helped the city’s most famous bachelor find love.

But old-fashioned romantic Lilou is staying very quiet. She’d just wanted to set up her best friend, and to get on with her life selling whimsical old love letters, in Paris’s famous St. Ouen market.

She hadn’t imagined her little Paris Cupid project could ever have attracted so many people looking for true, heartfelt romance. Though the truth is that Lilou adores helping people find the right person. Even if her own love life is nothing short of disastrous.

But then a message arrives. And it’s just for her. Someone is in love with her. Someone who knows her secret. But they’re keeping their own identity secret too… Could it be from cheerful, talkative, flame-haired Felix? Or quiet, beautifully handsome Benoit? Or even Pascale – who drives Lilou mad every day?

After so long of helping others find their soulmate, is it time for Lilou to find love of her own in Paris herself?

A totally gorgeous, escapist romcom, set in the most romantic city in the world. Perfect for fans of Emily in Paris.

Readers are loving A Love Letter to Paris:

Do you love Emily in Paris? The City of Light? Hand-written love letters? Romance in the most gorgeous city in the world? This charming tale brings you all that with great heart in a story you will absolutely love. Enjoy!’ Reader review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

A Love Letter to Paris is a delightful read. I felt like I was wandering the streets of Paris alongside Lilou, and the clever premise of falling in love through old-fashioned love letters had me hooked. Charming and utterly romantic, I couldn’t recommend it more.’ Sarah Bennett, author

I absolutely loved this joyful, witty romance with its unique setting in a Paris antiques market. It’s a love letter to love letters and as delightful and delicious as a plateful of macarons!’ Carmen Reid, author

Wonderful! It appealed to me on every level! Truly a love letter to Paris – and to romance itself! I feel like I’ve cycled the streets of Paris right alongside Lilou! I couldn’t put down this heart-melting, charming, and enchanting story!’ Jaimie Admans, author

A romance story with mystery and intrigue! Rebecca brings Paris to life in her stories and as you disappear into the book you can feel yourself wandering the streets of Paris.’ Reader review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Reading a Rebecca Raisin book is like sinking into a warm bathI read this book in a day… A lovely, heart-warming story that will make you grin. A brilliant summer read.’ Reader review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

A charming and heartwarming romance novel that beautifully captures the magic and allure of Paris… Love, friendship, and the importance of following one’s dreams, all set against the enchanting backdrop of Paris… A feel-good read that leaves you with a sense of hope and joy… Uplifting and romantic’ Reader review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Charming… Perfect escapism… This author transports you to another world… Great for fans of Emily in Paris.’ Reader review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Don’t miss this escapist summer romance from bestselling author Rebecca Raisin 🇫🇷

‘Late at night when I wander the streets of Paris, my thoughts turn to her… How do I tell her how I feel? Perhaps, I...


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A Love Letter to Paris by Rebecca Raisin is a delightful tribute to romance that keeps you turning the pages to the very end.
With this book, Raisin also pays tribute to the art of correspondence, particularly love letters, through the two livelihoods of her main character Lilou; she not only owns a store that sells diaries and love letters from the past, but she founds and runs Paris Cupid, a matchmaking site that focuses on the writing of love letters as the means of becoming acquainted.
The city of Paris is exquisitely, even lovingly, portrayed, and will no doubt tempt readers who have never been to consider a new vacation location. The characters are relatable and varied, and throughout the book love blooms for many of them, including two adorable felines. And the splash of mystery - who is secretly romancing the matchmaker? - is heartwarming and engaging.
With summer approaching, this is the ideal book to while away time on a picnic blanket under a tree.
I highly recommend #ALoveLettertoParis, which I was happy to receive an ARC of from #NetGalley.

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Do you love Emily in Paris? The City of Light? Hand-written love letters? Romance in the most gorgeous city in the world? This charming tale brings you all that with great heart in a story you will absolutely love. Enjoy!

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Absolutely loved this book by Rebecca Raisin , this is the second one of hers I’ve read but it won’t be the last. Perfect for Francophiles set as it is in Paris, the descriptions of the quaint market with its quirky shops easily bring to mind many of the markets I’ve visited in France. Beautifully descriptive writing, great cast of characters, perfect summer read. Highly recommended.

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