Book Review: Letter from Paris a novel

Book Review:

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Letter from Paris a novel

by Therese

A sequel to stand on its own, Therese continues India Butler’s journey of life taking her from Los Angeles of India’s Summer to a new adventure in Letter from Paris. The world of fashion, publishing and public relations comes to life within these pages in a new way as the reader is transported between Paris, New York and London via Therese’s imagination. It is brilliantly described to vicariously follow India as she steps out in a new journey onto these city streets.

This story not only encompasses all the romance and mystique of Paris but adds in the spices of drama of several story threads. As a result, India navigates through a mine field of relationships both professional and personal. Through the processes of her new job and the dramas of those around her she is forced to look within and find her authentic self.

This wonderful story is more than a fling in Paris it is a transformative venture where India learns who she really is and what really matters to her. The twists and turns that are thrown her way from a cast of true-to-life characters adds such nuance to make the reader want to shake a few of them into seeing what is really happening; yet in dichotomy also for the reader to want to be one of these very characters.

Add in the humor as India wants to be everything French and tries to follow rules of Ines de la Fressange, a French model, fashion designer and aristocrat but realizes being true to herself is always more suitable.

Therese has written a tension filled story making the reader want to turn page after page just to find out the solution of India’s situational hi-jinx. Take an afternoon to follow India from Paris to London to New York and witness when the fashion world meets the literary world in a cross-promotional venture, truly an entertaining read!

To learn about Therese’s other works visit her website at: http://thereseblogs.com/

FTC Disclaimer: I was given an ARC of this title by The Story Plant publishing for review purposes only. No other compensation was awarded.

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