When Del leaves small town America to compete in a perfume competition in Paris, she thinks it is just the next step on her five-year-plan. It's an exciting opportunity. What started out as just a dream for Del and her twin sister is nearly in her grasp. If she wins this competition, they are on their way to opening their very own perfume boutique!
Arriving in Paris, watching the sun glinting off the Seine and wandering the Champs-Elysees, Del discovers the most perfect perfumery she's ever seen. Yet, as the competition dawns Del realises that whilst she might have had the best nose in her small village, her competitors seem to know more than she could ever have dreamed. This competition isn't going to be easy
Del has the romance of Paris to sweep her away from her worries, but as the competition heats up, so does her desire for that which she cannot have! If only the dashing owner Sbastien didn't smell so seductive, look so handsome and make her heart flutter like it never has before. They say love smells as sweet as a red rose in bloom, but Del would tell anyone that true love can't be bottled - it's beautiful and unique to everyoneeven herself. With everything on the line for her future, can Del really let a little attraction get in the way of securing her dreams?
'I absolutely loved everything to do with this book' Rachel Gilbey
'Absolutely fantastic book, had me hooked from the first page. Full of anticipation, a real page turner. Loved it!' Nerys Minney
'In short, this is a fabulous book. In reading I was transported somewhere almost magical' Sandra W
'The Little Perfume Shop off the Champs-Elysees, was worth waiting for. It's got magic, sparkle, twinkling lights of Paris and above all, a copious amount of LOVE!'
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, The Little Bookshop on the Seine
'easy to read and devoured quickly, I literally could not get enough and I was so sad to finish it. It was a truly captivating, spellbinding tale of taking chances and living life to the full that I am sure will ring true with many readers.' - Compelling Reads, The Little Bookshop on the Seine
'I love love love this author, and this book cements the fact that this series is a winner!' - Fiona, , 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
'…simply divine, with stunning writing slipping between being utterly romantic, charming and fun-filled and a little emotional.' - Reviewed the Book, A Gingerbread Cafe Christmas
'drama and romance, but most of all it's got a more general sweetness and love and happiness that is often hard to find these days.' - Love Reading Romance, A Gingerbread Cafe Christmas
'fun, quick, festive reads that'll leave you glowing from within (or in my case a puffy mess).' - Into the Bookcase, A Gingerbread Cafe Christmas