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Saturday, May 12, 2018

Paris Ever After by K.S.R. Burns

Setting: Paris
Genre: Women's Fiction
Publisher: Velvet Morning Press
Author: K.S.R. Burns
Release Date: May 1, 2018



After her best friend died, Amy left for Paris without informing anyone. Her husband may not have understood, but Amy needed to regroup. It's been several months of embracing a relaxed, yet unsettled lifestyle in France. The problem is Amy is pregnant, and she's yet to tell her husband, who is half a world away.

When Amy learns her husband is back in Paris to find her, she becomes panicked. How will she explain what she's been keeping from him? That's just the start of her problems. Someone else returns to town and is determined to force Amy into leaving the circle of friends she's come to love.

Paris Ever After is a sequel. I found myself longing to be in Paris based on the author's descriptions. I've never had any urge to go to Paris before, so that impressed me. Amy's character isn't my favorite. I do think she needed to be honest from the start. Her dilemmas are situations she put herself in, so it seemed unfair when she tries to blame others.

I did enjoy the story, even though I hadn't read the first book. What Paris Ever After has convinced me of is that I need to read the first book. I'd love to know more about Amy's first days in Paris and her introductions to her new circle of friends.


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