[Epub] ↠ Christmas in Paris Author Anita Hughes – Ivogue.co.uk

Christmas in Paris Hughes Will Fill Your Heart With The Sights, Sounds, And Flavors Of New Love, Glamorous Fashion, And Decadent Holiday Cuisine.Isabel Lawson Is Standing On The Balcony Of Her Suite At The Hotel Crillon As She Gazes At The Twinkling Lights Of The Champs Elysee And Wonders If She S Made A Terrible Mistake She Was Supposed To Be Visiting The Christmas Tree In The Place De La Concorde, And Eating Escargots And Macaroons With Her New Husband On Their Honeymoon But A Week Before The Wedding, She Called It Off Isabel Is An Ambitious Philadelphia Finance Woman, And Neil Suddenly Decided To Take Over His Grandparents Farm Isabel Wasn T Ready To Trade Her Briefcase For A Pair Of Rubber Boots And A Saddle.When Neil Suggested She Use Their Honeymoon Tickets For Herself, She Thought It Would Give Her A Chance To Clear Her Head That Is Until She Locks Herself Out On The Balcony In The Middle Of Winter Thankfully Her Neighbor Alec, A French Children S Illustrator, Comes To Her Rescue He Too Is Nursing A Broken Heart At The Crillon For The Holidays With A New Friend By Her Side, Isabel Is Determined To Use Her Time In The City Of Lights Wisely After A Chance Encounter With A Fortune Teller And A Close Call With A Taxi, She Starts To Question Everything She Thought Was Important.Christmas In Paris Is A Moving And Heartwarming Story About Love, Trust, And Self Discovery Set During The Most Magical Week Of The Year, The Glorious Foods And Fashions Of The Most Romantic City In The World Are Sure To Take Your Breath Away.


10 thoughts on “Christmas in Paris

  1. says:

    Christmas in Paris is a delightful and jolly Christmas theme novel What do you do when you break your engagement days before Christmas An ambitious Philadelphia finance woman, Isabel Lawson decides to come to the city of light and love And during her first night at the hotel, she meets her suite neighbor Alec, children s illustrator, whose gorgeous fiance left him a week before their wedding Days go by and hopeless romantic Isabel and heartbroken Alec build a friendship They ex...


  2. says:

    3.5 stars This book reminded me of a Hallmark or Lifetime channel chick flick It had all the cliches bordering on sappy and that whole whirl wind romance feel to it Normally I am not a fan of cliche romances as I prefer abrooding story thick with angst for the main characters but this book sounded so charming and honestly who can resist Paris at Christmas time So I decided to give it a go.It s hard not to love a book that s all glitz and glamour from the very beginning..swanky Paris 3.5 stars This book reminded me of a Hallmark or Lifetime channel chick flick It had all the cliches bordering on sappy and that whole whirl wind romance feel to it Normally I am not a fan of cliche romances as I prefer abrooding story thick with angst for the main characters but this book sounded so charming and honestly who can resist Paris at Christmas time So I decided to...


  3. says:

    This is what I get for picking a book based on a pretty cover And a pretty concept I was looking for something sweet and Christmasy to put me in the Christmas mood But this story was ridiculous The cha...


  4. says:

    I can think of no better way to get into the holiday spirit than to curl up with this fun and cozy story of a woman from Philadelphia who has called off her wedding and is spending what would have been her honeymoon alone in Paris trying...


  5. says:

    As a novel, this book fails spectacularly The heroine, three days before what must be an extremely expensive Christmas wedding, has decided to call it off because he has suddenly decided to eschew his corporate life and become a farmer OK, I can understand that she would break off the engagement However, there are no tears, no calling of girlfriends, no dramatic showdown Nope, all is good She s still happy go lucky, no cares in the world And so she jumps on a plane to spend Christmas, alon As a novel, this book fails spectacularly The heroine, three days before what must be an extremely expensive Christmas wedding, has decided to call it off because he has suddenly decided to eschew his corporate life and become a farmer OK, I can understand that she would break off the engagement However, there are no tears, no calling of girlfriends, no dramatic showdown Nope, all is good She s still happy go lucky, no cares in the world And so she jumps on a plane to spend Christmas, alone, in Paris, in what should have been their honeymoon suite at the Hotel de Crillon at let s call it 1,500 a night I would have at least asked a girl friend to come...


  6. says:

    The characters in this holiday story are the most shallow people you will ever meet But it s Paris at Christmastime, right Though the author also takes great care to name drop as many expensive sights, restaurants, designers, gourmet food, and Parisian tourist sites and neighborhoods as possible, the beautiful city somehow still feels remote and cold The plot is both nonsensical and predictable Formulaic romance is fine but the r...


  7. says:

    If you need a beautiful Christmas fairy tale this is it Gus is the best character Hughes has ever created You just love him when you read this book And, Christmas in Paris need I sayI felt swept away ...


  8. says:

    This is quite possibly the worst book I have ever read No characterization, no motivation, no sense of reality just horrible.


  9. says:

    If I had ever read any of Anita Hughes novels before reading Christmas in Paris, I might have known what to expect I was enticed by the idea of Christmas in Paris, and star crossed lovers, thinking it would be a lovely story Oh, it has a happy ending Don t get me wrong But, there s a little too much luxury and brand name dropping for my taste I m sure others will feel as if they were pampered when they read the book, though.Isabel Lawson s dream honeymoon to Paris at Christmas was not supp If I had ever read any of Anita Hughes novels before reading Christmas in Paris, I might have known what to expect I was enticed by the idea of Christmas in Paris, and star crossed lovers, thinking it would be a lovely story Oh, it has a happy ending Don t get me wrong But, there s a little too much luxury and brand name dropping for my taste I m sure others will feel as if they were pampered when they read the book, though.Isabel Lawson s dream honeymoon to Paris at Christmas was not supposed to be by herself Just a few days before her wedding, she calls it off But, her fianc suggests she take the trip, staying in one of the honeymoon suites at the luxurious Hotel de Cr...


  10. says:

    You re what said Isabelle s mother I m calling off the wedding, Isabelle said calmly It s one week away shrieked Isabelle s mom, not calmly Isabelle was aware of all the nasty details of calling off a wedding like hers, one week before the actual date Her parents lived along the Philadelphia Main Line so it was no small affair However, she just couldn t just give up the career she loved, and worked hard to attain, and go off with Neil, her bridegroom to be, and run his grandparent You re what said Isabelle s mother I m calling off the wedding, Isabelle said calmly It s one week away shrieked Isabelle s mom, not calmly Isabelle was aware of all the nasty details of calling off a wedding like hers, one week before the actual date Her parents lived along the Philadelphia Main Line so it was no small affair However, she just couldn t just give up the career she loved, and worked hard to attain, and go off with Neil, her bridegroom to be, and run his grandparents farm this early in their lives. She just could not do it Then it s settled then, her mother confirmed.After Neil called and suggested Isabelle use their air tickets to Paris and stay at the honeymoon suite at the Hotel de Crillon, for one, she didn t a...


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