Note, the format of my Short and Sweet reviews differs in that they simply comprise the book blurb and a short response (hence, the short and sweet).
Samantha’s life is falling apart – she’s lost her job, her marriage is on the rocks and she’s walking dogs to keep the wolf from the door. When she stumbles across seven love letters from the handsome Frenchman she fell head over heels for in Paris when she was 19, she can’t help but wonder, what if? One carefully worded, very belated email apology, it’s clear that sometimes love does give you a second chance. Jetting off to France to reconnect with a man you knew for just one day is crazy – but it’s the kind of crazy Samantha’s been waiting for her whole life. Truth may be stranger than fiction but sometimes it’s better than your wildest dreams.
Warm, engaging in the tradition of a good old rom-com, pick up Seven Letters from Paris if you need a feelgood read. PS. Jean-Luc’s letters … sigh. He’s a keeper (and a writer), Sam.