Secret Binds Two Iconic Royals in ‘Another Woman’s Husband’ [REVIEW]

Paris Engagement

In 1997, a newly engaged couple’s excitement is overshadowed by the shocking tragedy of Princess Diana’s untimely death in Paris. (Photo by Jessie Hodge, Flickr)

Paris, the city of light, is one of the most romantic places in the world. For one couple, newly engaged and full of dreams about their future, it the place where a life together is about to begin. For another, it is where everything ends in a devastating crash that shocks the world.  Discover how their lives intersect and ultimately lead back to a long-buried secret in Gill Paul’s breathtaking novel of love and royalty, Another Woman’s Husband. 
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‘The Paris Secret’ Opens the Door to the Fascinating World of Art [REVIEW]

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Long-buried secrets resurface when an abandoned Paris apartment is suddenly rediscovered in Karen Swan’s The Paris Secret. (Photo by Ian Whalen, Flickr)

When thieves break into an old Paris apartment, they are met with empty rooms and thick layers of dust. But as they navigate the space, they unearth something more… something far better than anything they’ve come across even in their wildest dreams. Discover what enamored them so in Karen Swan’s The Paris Secret.  Read more of this post

Readers Will Never Forget Their ‘Last Christmas in Paris’ [REVIEW]

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Before his life is over, he must go back to where it began in Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb’s Last Christmas in Paris. (Photo by justkids, Flickr)

The Great War changed the global landscape forever. Never before had the entire planet been engulfed in war, and yet at the time, no one had any idea just how long the conflict would last. Communities were flattened, families torn apart, and friends separated. Yet, despite it all, romance still managed to thrive and blossom amidst the ashes. Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb’s new novel, Last Christmas in Paris, recounts one such story.  Read more of this post

Stuart Woods’ Stone Barrington Makes A ‘Paris Match’

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Stuart Woods (Photo courtesy Jeanmarie Woods)

Sitting down with a new Stone Barrington novel is like nestling into your favorite recliner to watch the latest James Bond flick. Read more of this post

Would You Be Able To Survive When Paris Went Dark? [REVIEW]

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Would I have been able to survive Paris during the occupation? I honestly don’t know the answer to that question. Read more of this post