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October 9, 2015



Let the city of love capture your heart.

How far would you go for love?
When new boyfriend Jack stands her up at the airport, Ruby Miller dries her tears, jumps on the Eurostar and heads to Paris. She thinks she’s going there to visit an old friend and have a total break from romance. But the City of Love has other ideas.
A locked apartment where time has stood still, a bundle of long-lost love letters and a flirtatious French lawyer sweep Ruby into a mystery that spans over seventy years. Who is the author of the letters? Why did the owner of the apartment close up the shutters and flee Paris before the war, never to return? And what secret was she hiding?
As the mystery deepens, Ruby turns love detective but it’s not long before the ghosts of the past throw her own love affair into jeopardy.
From the bestselling author of Me and Mr Darcy, this magical romantic comedy is for every girl who has ever dreamed of the glittering lights of Paris and of a love that last a lifetime …
I thoroughly enjoyed reading every page. Alexandra Potter has the ability to write a touching love story. What I found is that the story so funny in places throughout this witty eternally romantic novel. The funny parts just seem to flow. Alexandra Potter doesn’t   have to work hard to make Ruby her character funny it seems a gift that comes to Alexandra naturally to make her readers laugh. Falling in love is a scary business. Ruby fell in love with Jack even though they lived thousands of mile apart. Ruby is so excited that her boyfriend Jack is flying in to stay with her. But while Ruby is waiting for Jack at the airport she gets a message on her phone, Jack can’t make it as he has a work commitment to attend to.  Ruby Miller then gets an offer she can’t refuse her friend Harriet invites her to Paris.So much happens to Ruby in Paris I just loved reading about Ruby’s adventure in Paris. Harriet who a specialist with antiques is looking at an apartment once owned by Madam Dumont. As Ruby begins to look around the apartment while Harriet is busy she stumbles on some long-lost love letters. Ruby keeps quite about the love letters she found and reads them in secret. The letters hold a great mystery that spans three-quarters of a century. Madame Dumont’s beautiful love letters are just signed from H. Ruby turns into a little detective finding out more about these letters and who sent them. I found Love From Paris unputdownable. I am certainly looking forward to reading more novels by Alexandra Potter. I highly recommend Love From Paris.



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