One Summer in Paris by Sarah Morgan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
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This story started off from two perspectives: Grace and Audrey. Our characters will not actually meet one another until almost 130 pages into the story. However; I loved their individual stories. I flew through the first half of this story. This does deal with some series issues including cheating, alcoholism, and dyslexia. I could not get enough of either story and could not wait to see what would happen when they finally did meet.
The story itself did slow down a little for me once both Grace and Audrey get to Paris. This went from the individual stories to an unlikely friendship. I loved how they both took on a role in the others life in just the way they needed. Both were missing something, and their friendship began to repair these missing pieces.
A few things to mention that I am not sure where to throw into my thoughts. I loved Mimi! She was so funny. I would love to see a book around her life. I also wish there was more information around Grace and her childhood as there was a mystery around what happened to her. I would have liked to know more about that.
Overall, I really enjoyed this. I have already went out and bought another book by the author to explore more of her work.
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