December 16, 2018 2 min to read
Review: An Autumn in Paris
Category : Reviews
a) bought into the whole “Paris is always a good idea” thing without any offscreen evidence,
b) uprooted my son and left my bittersweet memories behind,
c) allowed Thomas—the handsome, caring, way-out-of-my-league vet—to disrupt the humdrum life I had self-prescribed for my Broken Heart Syndrome.
Behind his easy smile and swoon-worthy pecs, Thomas conceals an open wound. No matter how hot his kisses or how genuine his affection, he’s still reeling. He can’t move on.
And I can’t risk falling for him. I have a child to raise—a preteen boy who needs his mom to be all there.
But as autumn strips the trees of their leaves, falling for Thomas is exactly what I do. Throwing caution to the wind, I dare to hope for a future with him…
…until the past comes knocking.
Can we handle it or will it break us forever?
From the author of “The Darcy Brothers” comes a new page-turner — a sexy romantic comedy filled with the magic of Paris.
Whether you’re a fan of timeless movies like “Sabrina” or prefer steamy contemporary romance novels, “An Autumn in Paris” has something for you to love.
➜ Get your copy now, and let this poignant, funny and sensual tale give you all the feels!
Genre: Romance – Comedy
Part of a Series: I don’t think so…but if you’ve read Alix Nichols La Boheme series you’ll enjoy catching up with old friends.
POV: Dana and Thomas
Steam Level: Toasty
An Autumn in Paris is a quick cute read. It was engrossing, sweet, and sexy and had me smiling throughout. While not laugh out loud funny it did give quite a few giggles and even more smiles. If you haven’t read Alix Nichols before then I highly recommend her. An Autumn in Paris is emotional roller coaster two people learning to love while recovering from loss. I love Dana’s son and the characteristics of trying to be mature and grown up while also having some childlike fun. If you’re looking for a sweet, feel good romance that’s both sweet and sexy with cute kids, dogs and a marshmallow-hearted veterinarian then look no further. Pick Up An Autumn in Paris by Alix Nichols. You’ll love it.
I received an advanced copy of this book. This is my honest and voluntary review.
- I like my fantasies realistic.
- She suffers from stage IV hypochondria, and I’m her voice of reason in times of great panic.
- I’m not a cynic. I’m a vet.
- Life has a way of teaching us things about ourselves.
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