Why are Paris and France considered so romantic in modern literature?
An insurance exec and her sleuth boyfriend move to Provence and investigate a series of diamond robberies.
Five sisters in the court of Versailles during the reign of Louis XV.
“Carefully researched and ornately detailed, The Sisters of Versailles is the first book in an exciting new historical fiction trilogy about King Louis XV, France’s most “well-beloved” monarch, and the women who shared his heart and his bed. ” Tantor Media
A present day women with an uncanny ability to decode ciphers decodes and translates the diary of a woman who is a part of the 18th century Jacobite families in exile in France.
Claire, Murtagh et al. stage a daring rescue of Jamie before he can be hanged. But, is it too late to save him from the tortures of Black Jack Randall? This is a recap, which means it is filled to the brim with spoilers. I also make a few comments on this absorbing and important episode.
David Sedaris is possibly the funniest writer alive and I look at his HOLIDAYS ON ICE and try to figure out why. Either way this book is sure to make any holiday you face much more fun. And it is the perfect holiday hostess gift!
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Historical Romance • Tags: Avon, Corfu, England, France, Gaelen Foley, Greece, Inferno Club, Italy, Lady Burke, Lord Forrester, My Wicked Marquess, Regency. Espionage. Assassin
Regency Era spy, assassin and impoverished Nicholas, Lord Forrester is freed for a special assignment with the widowed Lady Drake who has a little side business finding the missing. Can they complete the international, high-stakes mission, and keep themselves and their hearts’ safe?
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction • Tags: Cannes, closure, Cote d'Azur, date rape, Diamonds, Elizabeth Adler, engagement, escort, France, jewels, luxury, Monaco, Monte Carlo, Private Detective, TV
A young, PR agent from Los Angeles leaves her celebrity fiance when he postpones their wedding yet again. She runs away to France over the holidays and ends up in, you guessed it, Monte Carlo. Here she meets up with an assortment of individuals: good and bad and even ugly. One decision sets a whole series of events in motion.
Isabelle runs away on a quest to save her family from a mysterious threat but must be rescued by Gervase, a French Duke. Which of them will save the other from the traumatic plots that await them?