Le Vie En Rose…
Bookshop owner Sarah Smith has been offered the opportunity to exchange bookshops with her new Parisian friend for 6 months! And saying yes is a no-brainer – after all, what kind of a romantic would turn down a trip to Paris…for Christmas?
Even if it does mean leaving the irresistible Ridge Warner behind, Sarah’s sure she’s in for the holiday of a lifetime – complete with all the books she can read!
Imagining days wandering around Shakespeare & Co, munching on croissants, sipping café au laits and watching the snow fall on the Champs-Élysées Sarah boards the plane.
But will her dream of a Parisian Happily-Ever-After come true? Or will Sarah realise that the dream of a Christmas fairytale in the city of love isn’t quite as rosy in reality…
Yes, I KNOW I said I wasn’t doing any more cover reveals – but how could I resist this one? Isn’t it absolutely lovely? And the description makes me want to read it straight away… but I’m just going to have to contain myself, because it’s not published in the UK for Kindle until 16th October by Carina. (Here’s the US link too – and it’ll also be available for Nook and Kobo, and as an iBook).
I do have a bit of an embarrassing admission to make though. I’ve never read anything by Rebecca Raisin, and I’m really not sure why – her books just sound so perfectly “me”, romantic, perfect for fans of Debbie Johnson and Julia Williams…
When we “met” on Book Connectors I knew I had to put that right – I now have the Gingerbread Cafe trilogy on my Kindle to read soon, and I can see the Little Paris Collection all ending up on there too (this one will be followed by The Little Antique Shop under the Eiffel Tower in April 2016, and The Little Perfume Shop off the Champs-Élysées in September 2016).
Rebecca, I’m so glad I’ve found you – and that cover’s blooming gorgeous!
Rebecca Raisin is a bibliophile. This love of books morphed into the desire to write them. She’s been widely published in various short-story anthologies, and in fiction magazines, and is now focusing on writing romance. The only downfall about writing about gorgeous men who have brains as well as brawn is falling in love with them – just as well they’re fictional. Rebecca aims to write characters you can see yourself being friends with. People with big hearts who care about relationships, and, most importantly, believe in true, once-in-a-lifetime love.
Rebecca has a great website, a Facebook author page, and you can follow her on Twitter.