May 21, 2017

One Paris Summer by Denise Grover Swank

Published Date : June 7, 2016
Publisher : Blink YA
Genre : YA Fiction / Social Issues
Rating : 5 Star

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One Paris Summer is the story of one young woman's summer in Paris that proved that not all is what it seems. Sophie and her brother, Eric are sent to spend the summer in Paris with their father who left them a year back without a word and he has some shocking news that he is getting married again and it comes with a new step-sister named Camille. With Sophie's relationship is on rocky ground with her father and having this new mean step-sister, a chance to escape a dinner party throws her in the path of Mathieu and a summer that Sophie won't forget.

With Camille making her self known that she doesn't want anything to do with Sophie or Eric but with Dane who is supposedly Eric's friend who came along for half of the summer. Mathieu who used to date Camille, is not on the best of terms with Sophie until she needs a place to play her music and quickly they fall in love despite everything that is around them. It all comes down to a prank that Dane and Camille play on Sophie and Mathieu that threatens everything they know in a stunning conclusion that proves that love will always win!!

All I can say about this book is WOW, this book will make you get lost within the pages just wanting to see how it all ends and I can promise that it won't disappoint you!! The things that Camille did was unflattering but by the end of the book you can see why she does things like this. This book will have you wanting to visit Paris for the summer just to get that feeling you get while reading this book!

Thank You to Denise Grover Swank for having this book come out in the perfect time that makes you want to have a summer in Paris!!


I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from BookSparks : YA Summer Reads 2016!

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley!


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