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What does a romance novelist do when she loses her own happily ever after? Take a lover and travel to Paris, obviously. Or at least this is what Juliette Sobanet did upon making the bold, heart-wrenching decision to divorce the man she had loved since she was a teenager. This is the story of the passionate love affair that ensued during the most devastating year of Sobanet's life and how her star-crossed romance in the City of Light led to her undoing. Meet Me in Paris is a raw, powerful take on divorce and the daring choices that followed such a monumental loss from the pen of a writer who'd always believed in happy endings...and who ultimately found the courage to write her own.
In one moment Nicole Burns's life changes forever. The sound of gunfire at an Anne Frank exhibit, the panic, the crowd, and Nicole is no longer Nicole. Whiplashed through time and space, she wakes to find herself a privileged Jewish girl living in Nazi-occupied Paris during World War II. No more Internet diaries and boy troubles for Nicole-now she's a carefree Jewish girl, with wonderful friends and a charming boyfriend. But when the Nazi death grip tightens over France, Nicole is forced into hiding, and begins a struggle for survival that brings her face to face with Anne Frank. "This is a powerful and affecting story." (KLIATT)
Download for FREE with Kindle Unlimited This is a 26,000 words EROTIC stand-alone story with an HEA, so no cliff-hangers! Soren Freeman isn't crazy, but everybody thinks he is. He was a time traveler early in life, but now he's simply a man who has spent a lot of time in a home for the mentally disabled. That is until a new psychiatrist, Dr. Josephine Lane does something that no one has ever done before. She believes him. As a result, he takes her on a journey by telling her of the time he spent in Paris in 1810. He fell in love with a wealthy heiress, but made the greatest mistake of his life by letting her slip through his fingers. Dr. Lane listens to his story with increasing interest, further convinced by the items from the past he willingly provides for her. When she finds out that his grief over this woman has prevented him from time traveling for twenty years, she encourages him to relearn the skill...and to take her along for the ride. ---------------------------------------------------------- EXCERPT FROM BOOK And as he was soon to find, the most beautiful woman he had ever seen was also in Paris in 1810, so maybe everything had degraded aesthetically over time. He met Lorelai at a ball on his twenty fifth birthday. He never stood up and danced a single time that night. He watched from his chair as gentleman fell all over each other for a chance to dance with her. But he did not ask. He watched as she humored each and every one of them. He could tell who her mother was by the pleased look on the old dowager's face. Her daughter was making quite an impression. And as the night wore on, she noticed him too. She saw the peculiar man who could not take his eyes off her, but would not ask her to dance. She made eye contact with him a number of times, inviting him to request the next dance. But he never did. He just looked on. She could not help but notice that the man did not carry himself exactly correctly. He was slouched in his chair, and crossed his legs in an unmanly fashion. In fact, he did not seem to have any of the social graces of his contemporaries. It was as if he were from an entirely different time, but did not care. He cared only to watch her as she danced. AUTHOR'S NOTE: This is a 8,000 word stand-alone story with an HEA, so no cliff-hangers! Story contains mature themes and language, and is intended for 18+ readers only.
Download for FREE with Kindle Unlimited This is a 26,000 words CLEAN stand-alone story with an HEA, so no cliff-hangers! Soren Freeman isn't crazy, but everybody thinks he is. He was a time traveler early in life, but now he's simply a man who has spent a lot of time in a home for the mentally disabled. That is until a new psychiatrist, Dr. Josephine Lane does something that no one has ever done before. She believes him. As a result, he takes her on a journey by telling her of the time he spent in Paris in 1810. He fell in love with a wealthy heiress, but made the greatest mistake of his life by letting her slip through his fingers. Dr. Lane listens to his story with increasing interest, further convinced by the items from the past he willingly provides for her. When she finds out that his grief over this woman has prevented him from time traveling for twenty years, she encourages him to relearn the skill...and to take her along for the ride. ---------------------------------------------------------- EXCERPT FROM BOOK And as he was soon to find, the most beautiful woman he had ever seen was also in Paris in 1810, so maybe everything had degraded aesthetically over time. He met Lorelai at a ball on his twenty fifth birthday. He never stood up and danced a single time that night. He watched from his chair as gentleman fell all over each other for a chance to dance with her. But he did not ask. He watched as she humored each and every one of them. He could tell who her mother was by the pleased look on the old dowager's face. Her daughter was making quite an impression. And as the night wore on, she noticed him too. She saw the peculiar man who could not take his eyes off her, but would not ask her to dance. She made eye contact with him a number of times, inviting him to request the next dance. But he never did. He just looked on. She could not help but notice that the man did not carry himself exactly correctly. He was slouched in his chair, and crossed his legs in an unmanly fashion. In fact, he did not seem to have any of the social graces of his contemporaries. It was as if he were from an entirely different time, but did not care. He cared only to watch her as she danced. AUTHOR'S NOTE: This is a 8,000 word stand-alone story with an HEA, so no cliff-hangers! Story contains mature themes and language, and is intended for 18+ readers only.
The third and final book in The Irish Heart Series. Sometimes the destination IS sweeter than the journey. Having found what she was looking for in London, Elizabeth journeys to Paris to finish what Mags started. She's got her love, now will she be able to find the missing pieces to her life? "Get ready for a stunning conclusion to this enjoyable series. Deliciously sweet, wonderfully well-rounded--it will leave the reader in a very happy place." "Worth the wait. I'm beyond satisfied. What an amazing series and GREAT finale!" The Irish Heart Complete Series: The Irish Cottage: Finding Elizabeth The London Flat: Second Chances The Paris Apartment: Fated Journey “It was like a drug that I couldn’t get enough of. The Irish Cottage started it all and now that I have finished all three, I’m starting all over.” -Amazon Reviewer "I started this book and couldn't put it down. It brought me to Ireland and I never wanted to leave." -Amazon Reviewer "There is so much to love in this, the first in the [The Irish Heart] Series...I wanted to look out my cottage window and see a Lough of my own and the pub was just asking me to come visit...This story pulled me in from the very first page and I'd highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys contemporary romance, stories of starting over, or romances set in other countries." -Goodreads "Picked this up because it was set in Ireland, and it took me right back there. Wonderful writer, if you love Ireland and a good read I would recommend this book. I will most definitely be reading the rest of the series." -Amazon Reviewer “I laughed, I cried, I hoped & dreamed. The series was beautifully told through poignant letters. A keeper of the heart.” -Amazon Reviewer "Excellent book, one that was very hard to put down. Well-written, exciting, great author! I highly recommend this book to all...Get it then get comfortable because you will be in for a good long read, enjoy!" -Goodreads "Great book! Elizabeth embodies strength and determination as well as compassion and forgiveness. The Irish Cottage combines the fairytale of Ireland with the real life struggles we all face." -Amazon Reviewer "I bought the book yesterday and couldn't put it down. Very romantic, very sexy, with a heroine who can save her own bacon...and the wounded, hunky hero--be still my heart." -Goodreads INTERVIEW WITH THE AUTHOR Q: How did you come up with The Irish Cottage? Jules: Well the story came together in pieces. I love Ireland, I've always been attracted to the country, the people, the music, the dancing. I've spent time traveling the country so I knew I wanted to set the book there. And then the character of Elizabeth was based on a lot of the experiences I had when I was in law in San Francisco. When I was immersed in that world--it was a very dark time, and I really did lose my way--like Elizabeth. I even let long-time relationships die because I was in such a dark place, it was difficult to see anything past my own nose. So yeah, I knew I wanted my heroine to be a "recovering attorney" and I knew that I wanted her to have this great love affair in Ireland that would open her up to the truly great possibilities life has to offer. Q: And what about Connor Bannon? Is he based on anyone? Jules: Ummm...he might be an amalgamation of several people, but I think I'll refrain from commenting further--have to keep some of it to myself, don't I? Q: Why did you elect to write literary women's fiction as opposed to traditional contemporary romance? Jules: I knew I wanted to write in the literary women's fiction space because writing a story where the heroine's evolution is paramount--not just her relationship with Connor--is what really gets me, drives me--I love those types of stories. I like writing herstory--women's lives and journeys are so complex--I wanted to write a series that included a great love story, but didn't sacrifice the heroine's journey in any way. It's about Elizabeth finding her way--we all need to find our way. Sometimes people help with that, but ultimately each of us has to find our own path...and we all need love too. Q: Why London and then Paris? Jules: I lived in London for a time--I love it so much. It's one of the best cities on the planet, really. When I closed my eyes and thought about where Elizabeth's journey would take her I knew London would be next. And Paris--I lived in Lyon for a time as well and I've spent a lot of time in Paris so it seemed only natural for the final book to be set there. I also set certain things in motion in The Irish Cottage that make it impossible to end anywhere else--I knew I wanted to end it in France. Plus, Elizabeth has a major sweet tooth, like me, and Paris has the most amazing dessert masters in the world. I spent many hours pouring over the websites of my favorites and discovering some new ones. Those were the hardest and best research nights--I'm nocturnal, I write at night--and pouring over the websites of my favorite masters was heaven and hell. I wanted to get on a plane already. My sugar intake definitely went up while I was writing The Paris Apartment--and my waistline with it. free, freebie, irish, ireland, irish romance, british romance, international romance, women's fiction, literary women's fiction, women's fiction romance, travel, wedding, coming of age, royalty, romance, romance literary fiction, novel series, love, relationships, international, women's saga, love stories, contemporary women, contemporary romance, london, england, paris, france, irish heart, irish heart series, series
This new edition of The Sun Also Rises celebrates the art and craft of Hemingway’s quintessential story of the Lost Generation—presented by the Hemingway family with illuminating supplementary material from the Hemingway Collection at the John F. Kennedy Library. The Sun Also Rises is a classic example of Hemingway’s spare but powerful writing style. A poignant look at the disillusionment and angst of the post-World War I generation, the novel introduces two of Hemingway’s most unforgettable characters: Jake Barnes and Lady Brett Ashley. The story follows the flamboyant Brett and the hapless Jake as they journey from the wild nightlife of 1920s Paris to the brutal bullfighting rings of Spain with a motley group of expatriates. It is an age of moral bankruptcy, spiritual dissolution, unrealized love, and vanishing illusions. First published in 1926, The Sun Also Rises is “an absorbing, beautifully and tenderly absurd, heartbreaking narrative…a truly gripping story, told in lean, hard, athletic prose” (The New York Times). This new Hemingway Library Edition celebrates Hemingway’s classic novel with a personal foreword by Patrick Hemingway, the author’s sole surviving son, and a new introduction by Sean Hemingway, grandson of the author. Hemingway considered the extensive rewriting that he did to shape his first novel the most difficult job of his life. Early drafts, deleted passages, and possible titles included in this new edition elucidate how the author achieved his first great literary masterpiece.
New York-based photographer Cat Jordan is ready to begin a new life with her successful, button-down boyfriend. But when she learns that she's inherited the estate of a complete stranger--a woman named Isabelle de Florian--her life is turned upside down. Cat arrives in Paris to find that she is now the owner of a perfectly preserved Belle Époque apartment in the ninth arrondissement, and that the Frenchwoman's family knew nothing about this secret estate. Amid these strange developments, Cat is left with burning questions: Who was Isabelle de Florian? And why did she leave the inheritance to Cat instead of her own family? As Cat travels France in search of answers, she feels her grasp on her New York life starting to slip. With long-buried secrets coming to light and an attraction to Isabelle de Florian's grandson growing too intense to ignore, Cat will have to decide what to let go of, and what to claim as her own.

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