Monday, August 25, 2014

# Alix Nichols # book review

Book Review: What if it's Love?

Can a Paris bistro heal a broken heart? Introverted heiress Lena moves to Paris to nurse old wounds reopened by her neglectful boyfriend, and decide what to do with her life. Enter Rob, a charismatic and handsome Frenchman who waits tables at La Bohème - a café on Lena’s street - and has big dreams. He makes her laugh and forget her insecurities. She stirs something infinitely tender in his soul. Before they know it, they’ve fallen for each other, even though both had good reasons to fight the budding love. But their passionate romance is cut short when she discovers his dirty secret. When their lives intersect again three years later, will Lena have enough faith in Rob to give him a second chance? And can Rob be worthy of her trust? Fans of "Amélie" and "Friends" will savor this warm and funny tale of love, betrayal and finding out where you belong.

Another book that kept me reading far past when I ought to have been asleep. What if it's Love? made me smile, it made me cry and it made me wonder if Paris isn't really the city of love. If I'm lucky, maybe one day I'll be able to find out. I love how this book wasn't "easy". Instead of cutting a clear and easy path for Lena and Rob to be together. There were bumps, there were bruises, marriages, babies and so much more. If you want a great romance where you're never quite sure, up until the end, if they're going to live happily ever after, then this is going to be one you want to pick up.


I received a copy of this book for the purpose of this review. All thoughts, opinions and comments are my own.

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