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September 7, 2014



One night, three little words

In Paris, the city of romance. At the top of the Eiffel Tower, a young man proposes to his girlfriend, cheered on by delighted tourists. In that second, everything changes, not just for the happy couple, but for the family and friends awaiting their return in Bridgeport, Ireland.. Leila’s been nursing a badly broken heart since her love-rat husband just upped and left her one morning, but she’s determined to put a brave face on for the bride. Vonnie, a widow and exceptional cake-maker, is just daring to let love back into her life, although someone seems determined to stop it. And Grace, a divorced head teacher, finds the impending wedding of her son means that she’s spending more time with her ex-husband. After all those years apart, is it possible she’s made a mistake?

A once in a lifetime moment draws together a terrific cast of characters who feel like old friends.

It Started With Paris  is the gorgeously romantic new novel from Cathy Kelly.

I wanted to read  the number one best seller It Started With Paris by Cathy Kelly as I have read some of Cathy Kelly’s novels before.
I always seem to engage with the strong wonderful characters that Cathy blends throughout all of her novels.
About It Started With Paris
On top of the Eiffel Tower in the beautiful romantic Paris, Michael surprises his girlfriend by kneeling down on one knee takes a ring from his pocket and asks Kathy to be his wife. As Michael and Kathy are made for each other family and friends are delighted with the news that are set to finally get married.
Leila, Kathy’s best friend felt safe after years of dating all the wrong guys, has not been so lucky with her husband, he leaves Leila for some young hipster girl. There is more heartbreak for Leila as her sister Susie phones to say that their mother has been in a car crash.
What readers can expect from Cathy Kelly’s new novel It Started With Paris is a busy jam packed storytelling about modern life with romance and heartbreak.




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