Paris is Always a Good Idea by Nicholas Barreau. Published by St. Martins

Rosalie Laurent, owner of the Parisian post card shop, Luna, Luna loves her job, but every year on her birthday she makes a “wishing card” and casts it from atop the Eiffel Tower. But year after year, her wildest dreams remain just that…dreams. Until the day a clumsy old man knocks over a display in her shop. The old man turns out to be a celebrated children’s author who becomes enamored of Rosalie’s drawings and asks her to illustrate his next book. Finally, it seems as if Rosalie’s wishes are being granted. Until a grumpy American with some serious allegations shows up on her doorstep anyway…. This is a sweet, frothy story where readers can travel to Paris for macarons at a little cafe on the Seine and take in the sights along the Seine. Escapist fun at its best

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