PARIS“Paris is always a good idea.” Audrey Hepburn

I agree, but a novel set in the Paris of the 1920s can be the next best thing, especially when its the new book, MOONLIGHT OVER PARIS (WilliamMorrow) written by bestselling author, Jennifer Robson. I simply fell in love with this novel at page one and read non-stop through the very end.

Lady Helena Montagu-Douglas-Parr is born into English Aristocracy, but she’s still a girl with a vulnerable heart, and that heart is shattered, when her fiancé cancels their engagement and she becomes the target of vicious gossip. She then contracts a disease which nearly kills her.

Once recovered, she decides she’s ready to try something completely different, so she contacts her free-spirited Aunt Agnes in Paris. She asks to stay with her for one year and pursue her dream to become an artist, simply as Miss Parr, hoping to hide her status.

She makes friends at art school, finds herself being welcomed into salons where she meets other artists, actors, writers, expats and then Sam Howard, an American journalist working for the Chicago Tribune. He’s completely different from any man she’s ever met. He calls her Ellie and sees into her soul, as no one ever has before. But Sam has his own dark secrets, which he’s hiding. Helena and Sam find themselves in the Paris of the 1920s, at a time when the city is reawakening, after the Great War – in many ways a metaphor of their lives.

I’ve been fortunate to have traveled to Paris twice! Although Ms. Robson’s novel is set in the 1920s, I feel as if I’m there and her descriptions of the city are brilliant. I love walking with the characters along the Seine, dashing in and out of cafe’s, trying to avoid the drizzle, but not quite rain and I could smell the inside of the legendary bookstore, Shakespeare and Company on Rue de la Bucherie.

FYI: MOONLIGHT OVER PARIS is the third in a series, but it stands alone. I haven’t read the others, but I’m going back to read SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE and AFTER THE WAR IS OVER.

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About Jennifer Robson

Jennifer Robson is the USA Today and #1 Toronto Globe & Mail bestselling author of Somewhere in France and After the War is Over. She lives in Toronto, Canada, with her husband and young children. Find out more about Jennifer at her website, and connect with her on Facebook and Twitter

Thanks to TLC Books Tours and William Morrow Publishing we have one copy of MOONLIGHT OVER PARIS to giveaway. Just leave a comment about your favorite memory of a trip to Paris or what you hope to see on your first trip to Paris. We’ll pick a winner Wednesday.


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13 thoughts on “MOONLIGHT OVER PARIS by Jennifer Robson & GIVEAWAY

  1. I’ve been to Paris once. I think my favorite memory was eating the delicious pastries at all the bakeries. A funny memory is eating at a carnival in Paris. I’m a very picky eater so I couldn’t eat at most of the restaurants since they had strange food so we had to eat suspicious chicken fingers at a carnival. I still don’t think it was real meat, lol.

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  2. I have never been to Paris other than through books. It seems like there have been many books with setting in Paris lately. No complaints! I love history, food and architecture, and I would want to explore all of these if I were to get to Paris.

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  3. Well, this travel agent has not been to Paris, YET!! I hope to see the Eiffel Tower, the quaint little neighborhoods, and my old high school pal who has been living there for years! Thanks for the chance. Ms. Robson’s books are superb, I know it’s hard with all the reading you do, but do go back and read the others. You will not be disappointed.

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  4. I’ve been to Paris a few times, mostly as a young student. I loved walking along the Seine, absorbing the scent of the city, the bits of conversation around me (most of which I could understand!), the taste of good wine and the best bread.


  5. I was just able to spend one day in Paris. My favorite memory is eating crepes in front of the Eiffel Tower!! Loved the first 2 books in the series.


  6. I’ve been to Paris twice. It is my absolute favorite city. The museums, the cafe’s, the history…but most of all, I love the Eiffel Tower. It’s my favorite monument.


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