'Oh, how I loved this book!' - Reviewed the Book
Anouk LaRue used to be a romantic, but since she had her heart well and truly broken her love life has dissolved into nothing more than daydreams of the perfect man. Retreating to her extraordinary Little Antique Shop has always been a way to escape, because who could feel alone in a shop bursting with memories and beautiful objects
Until Tristan Black appears at an auction and throws her ordered world into a spin.
Following your heart is a little like getting lost in Paris - sometimes confusing and always exciting! Except learning to trust her instincts is not something Anouk is ready to do when it comes to romance, but the city of love has other ideas
'The perfect escape if you can't get to France this summer - just add a glass of vino.' - All Things Bookie
'This is a brilliantly written story, but then I have come to expect nothing less from the author. A definite read for fans, and also those who like a great mystery read.' - Fiona Wilson (Goodreads)
'What a wonderful story, its French, it has a kooky shop owner, it's got some bad guys, a fabulous mystery at the heart of the story, and some eccentrics too. What more could you want from a new romantic comedy' - Rachel Gilbey (Goodreads)
'a thoroughly entertaining story of love, trust, friendship, and family, and I was completely entranced by it.' - Books of All Kinds (Goodreads)
'This really is contemporary romance at its best. And although this may be the first time Rebecca Raisin has been in my "to read" pile, it definitely won't be the last.' - Zoe (Goodreads)
Rebecca Raisin is the author of several novels, including the beloved Little Paris series and the Gingerbread Caf trilogy, and her short stories have been published in various anthologies and fiction magazines. You can follow Rebecca on Facebook, and at www.rebeccaraisin.com
What reviewers are saying about Rebecca Raisin:
'This novel is a love letter to Paris, and even more so a love letter to books; it is absolutely a must-read book for book lovers.' - Rather Too Fond of Books, on 'The Little Bookshop on the Seine'
'I loved every second of 'The Little Bookshop on the Seine', easy to read, with words oozing charm and good feeling, that just made me feel warm and cosy.' - Rachel's Random Reads
'The perfect escape if you can't get to France this summer - just add a glass of vino.' - All Things Bookie, on 'The Little Antique Shop Under the Eiffel Tower'
'…simply divine, with stunning writing slipping between being utterly romantic, charming and fun-filled and a little emotional.' - Reviewed the Book, on 'A Gingerbread Cafe Christmas'