Saturday, May 26, 2018

Review: Paris Ever After by K.S.R. Burns

Can Amy’s rocky start in Paris turn into a happy ever after?

Amy didn’t realize how stale her life was until she jetted off to Paris without telling a soul—not even her husband—and had the adventure of a lifetime. Now as she tries to establish herself in the City of Light, she finds that despite a fun (and quirky) group of friends and the ability to indulge in French pastries whenever she wants, reinventing her life is much harder than she imagined.

Then on Amy’s thirtieth birthday, two unexpected visitors leave her wondering if she will soon be saying au revoir to Paris and the new life she’s struggled to build. Her estranged husband, Will, shows up—but is he interested in reconciliation or separation? And a young woman who arrives on Amy’s doorstep unleashes chaos that could push Amy out into the street.

As Amy’s Parisian dream starts to fall apart, she must decide: return to the stability of Will and Phoenix (if that’s even still an option) or forge her way forward in Paris? Amid secrets and surprises, set in enchanting gardens, cozy cafés, and glittering Parisian streets, Amy must choose between two very different worlds. And each has a claim on her heart.

My Review:  
Couldn’t put it down……

I really liked this book.  When I started reading it, I found it hard to put down.  In fact, there might have been a little house cleaning that got neglected (don’t tell my husband).  I didn’t have the chance to read the prior book, The Paris Effect, but the author did a great job wrapping up that part of Amy’s life.  I am still planning on going back and reading though just because of how much I liked this book.  My heart went out to Amy and all she was going through, especially when she found out the real reason her husband was in Paris.  Secrets seemed to be a running theme in the book and when they came out, they put a real twist into the story.  The book is filled with stunning visuals, interesting characters and an addictive plot.  I would definitely recommend reading it. 

1 comment:

  1. Great review. I've sometimes read the second book without reading the first. :)