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One Summer in Paris Paperback – April 9, 2019
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"Celebrates the power of second chances and the naturally romantic character of Paris...This travel romance is perfect airplane reading."-Publishers Weekly
"Morgan is a masterful storyteller, and readers will be fully immersed in this realistic but magical summer in Paris. Packed full of love, loss, heartbreak, and hope, this may just be Morgan's best book yet."-Booklist
"This warmhearted novel will appeal to those who like reading about women's lives and relationships with positive messages about family and friendship."-Library Journal
"A cheerful and heartwarming look at friendship, family, love, and new beginnings."-Kirkus
"What a beautiful book!.... The book delivers on all counts: great characters, amazing setting, and some heartwarming and touching emotions which make me want to hope, fall in love, and maybe visit Paris in summer."-Fresh Fiction
"It made me want to get myself to Paris, find an old bookshop and lose myself within the shelves. This book will be a great holiday read this summer, especially for those who like to feel their way through the emotions of the characters rather than just follow their journey."-French Village Diaries
About the Author
Sarah lives near London, England with her family and when she isn't writing or reading, she likes to spend time outdoors hiking or riding her mountain bike.
Join Sarah's mailing list at sarahmorgan.com for all book news. For more insight into her writing life follow her on Facebook at facebook/AuthorSarahMorgan and on Instagram at @sarahmorganwrites Contact Sarah at email@example.com
- Publisher : HQN; Original edition (April 9, 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 400 pages
- ISBN-10 : 133550754X
- ISBN-13 : 978-1335507549
- Item Weight : 9.6 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.33 x 0.97 x 7.97 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #193,482 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Grace lives in Connecticut. She's married and has a teenage daughter, Sophie. She visits her grandmother, Mimi frequently who's living in an assisted living. Grace is happy with her life and she's excited about celebrating her twenty-five-year anniversary. She has planned to surprise her husband with a vacation of a lifetime, a trip to Paris for one month. At dinner and before she's able to discuss her plans, her husband David proceeds to let her know that he has fallen in love with another woman. A younger woman who's closer to her daughter's age. David wants a divorce.
Thousand of miles away, Audrey Hackett is trying to save enough money to leave her home in London and move to France. Audrey is dyslexic and going to college is not in her plans. Her mother is an alcoholic. Growing up with her mother was difficult and Audrey is ready to leave it all behind. Lately, things have been better after her mother starting dating Ron. Audrey has felt responsible for her mother but with Ron in the picture, she thinks she can move on.
Grace, not wanting to lose her vacation, decides to go to Paris by herself. Here she meets Audrey. Their paths will cross and a new friendship will blossom.
One Summer in Paris was quite entertaining. I like both female characters. Despite having different personalities, they complemented each other quite well. They were there for each other when one needed the support. They also help each other grow and defeat their fears.
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I thought Sarah Morgan was letting me down. I read a bit further and absolutely fell in love with this book. It’s my favourite of hers right now!! This is so worth the read, it’s about growth, relationships, forgiveness and love — and learning! Don’t miss it💓
In the book Sarah weaves a wonderful story of self discovery set against the backdrop of humiliation and drama whilst exploring the wonders of a summer in Paris.
It gets one thinking of what it would be like to spend time in Paris based in a small apartment rather than a fancy hotel with no plans of what to do expect enjoy the time and soak up the atmosphere of this often talked about in hushed tones city.
I look forward to reading more of Sarah's works and of spending time in Paris.