Kiss Me in Paris (Kiss Me, #1)Kiss Me in Paris by Kimberly Kinrade
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

“Does true love really exist outside of movies and romance novels?”
Despite reading the synopsis, this book was a pleasant little surprise, and not what I thought it was going to be about. Winter is a NY native aspiring writer. Cade is a Texan cowboy, ambitious to become an architect. Both are running from their pasts, their demons and their secrets. Both of them are trying to find a way to make amends with their families and their own lives. Their pasts have been filled with hurt and pain, but somehow they both wind up in Paris. Both hopeful that this trip will lead them to their future endeavors, instead they find friendship, love, and freedom from their fears. While I enjoyed the story between Cade and Winter, I felt the book went very much into detail about writing/authors and architecture. For me this lost my interest. I also found that the cover did not translate with the story. However, if you separate out the personal story between two peoples’ lives, their families, and the changes they make, than this is an amusing, little read! 4 out of 5 stars.

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