December 16, 2018 2 min to read

Review: An Autumn in Paris

Category : Reviews

Synopsis:
Because of Audrey Hepburn, I have foolishly…

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!

My Review:
Genre: Romance – Comedy
Standalone: Yes
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
4/5

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.

Favorite Quotes:

  • 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.

Click Here to buy An Autumn in Paris by Alix Nichols from Amazon.

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