Some of my favorite author’s books and my reviews of those books

Thirty Five Minutes From St Tropez  by Jane Dunning

I really enjoyed this book.  I felt like I was wandering in the French countryside. It is full of colorful characters that you will come to love. I didn’t want it to end, lucky for me there is a sequel. Next up…Stolen Summer!

Stolen Summer: Sequel to Thirty Five Minutes to St Tropez  by Jane Dunning

Was happy to read the continuing saga of the Ferguson family. Very descriptive and good character development!

The Paris Effect by K.S.R. Burns

Wonderful read! Love, heart-break, grief, humor, friendship and surprise. This book has it all and it takes you on more than one adventure. I can’t wait to see what’s next in Paris Ever After.

Paris Ever After by K.S.R. Burns

Having never been to Paris, I drank in the quirks and little secrets of the City of Lights. The characters and the many twists and turns kept me interested to the last page. Sit down with some coffee, some Parisian Madeleines (bonus – the recipe is in this book) and enjoy the read.

The Paris Effect by Michelle Moggio

Loved this book. I’ve never been to Paris. Now I want to go and I want to go with Mia! She knows all of the best places and she will take you there. I highly recommend this book!

 

My Good Life in France  by Janine Marsh

I really enjoyed this book. Janine’s writing style made me feel like she was sitting across the table, telling me of her adventures. (We’re drinking a glass of wine, of course.) She invited me into her, lay it on the line, charming, frustrating, sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes laugh out loud funny, life. I feel like we are old friends and if I ever get to the Seven Valleys area in Pas-de-Calais, I just might wander into her garden.

 

 

3 thoughts on “Some of my favorite author’s books and my reviews of those books

  1. If you love crime fiction and France, you can’t beat Martin Walker’s series – hero Bruno- set in the Dordogne. Followed closely by Martin O Brien’s set in Marseilles.

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