Title: That Night in Paris
Author: Sandy Barker
Genre: Contemporary Romance/Romantic Comedy
My Rating: 5 out of 5
Note to self: don’t sleep with your flatmate after a curry and two bottles of wine… especially if he’s secretly in love with you and wants you to meet his mum.
Cat Parsons is on the run. She doesn’t do relationships. After ten years of singlehood even the hint of the ‘L’ word is enough to get Cat packing her bags and booking herself onto a two-week holiday.
A European bus tour feels like a stroke of genius to dodge awkward conversations at home. But little does Cat realise that the first stop will be Paris, the city of love itself.
Joined by new friends, Cat has got two weeks, eight countries and a hell of a lot of wine ahead of her. As they discover hidden treasures and the camaraderie of life on the road, will Cat find a new way of looking at love?
I completely loved this book!
What a beautifully romantic story. I really loved the character of Cat and following her (literal) journey of self-discovery and self-development. After a very difficult time in life, Cat decides she needs some time out and books a coach holiday with total strangers. Being the person she is, it doesn’t take long for Cat to meet and get to know some new girls on the bus and so begins the start of a fun filled trip round Europe for Cat and the other girls.
What cat doesn’t expect is a blast from the past in the form of her best friend from her teenage years – the very lovely Jean Luc. The story follows the renewed friendship and obvious growing feelings between Cat and Jean Luc. I really enjoyed That Night in Paris and can totally recommend it anyone looking for that real romantic and loving feeling and for anyone who believes that true love really does exist.
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