In Love with Paris is wholesome fun as well as a pleasurable romance. What first drew me into the book was the landscape featuring Paris. I would definitely love to spend a holiday in Paris so this was certainly one of my favorite aspects of the book.
I think that it is important to mention that the story is not heavy. This is a very light-weight novel and the author allowed the romance to be the star of the story. This is rare at least this year when discussing any romance novel. I have found that this year has not been defined as the strongest for romance authors. Kleve, the author of this book changed that and I have to admit it was a nice retreat.
My one flaw about the book is that the writing itself is not as compelling when I compared the plot to some of my favorites from the year. The author has major potential and there isn't a single doubt lingering within mind about such an imagination and yet I think the writing could have been more powerful.
As for the characters Pagnet and Christopher I think the duo made for a lovely pair. Their attraction was sweet and charming and was the kind of chemistry that I was looking to discover in a holiday read. So I was pleased by how the characters clicked with one another.
Lastly I think that the book is worth recommending for the romance. I plan to keep an eye on the author in the future if nothing more than to enjoy a good romance and to see how her writing improves.
Paget Murphy doesn’t expect to find love in Paris for the holidays, until she bumps into a handsome stranger at the airport. He is everything she has ever wanted in a man—kind, generous, and he loves art as much as she does!
Christopher Paris can’t believe his luck when he bumps into a beautiful stranger. He is a curator at the Louvre and that is where Paget intends to spend most of her time in Paris. He plans to occupy every free moment with her—running, eating, and making love.
With a continent separating them, will they find a way to spend the most memorable holiday together—Christmas?