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Release day: That Night in Paris

15 April 2020

Today is the official release of That Night in Paris by Sandy Barker (The Holiday Romance Series, book 2) (ebook, with print avail. 8 July, HarperCollins). Here’s the blurb:

Note to self: don’t sleep with your flatmate after a curry and two bottles of wine … especially if he’s secretly in love with you and wants you to meet his mum.

Cat Parsons is on the run. She doesn’t do relationships. After ten years of singlehood even the hint of the ‘L’ word is enough to get Cat packing her bags and booking herself onto a two-week holiday.

A European bus tour feels like a stroke of genius to dodge awkward conversations at home. But little does Cat realise that the first stop will be Paris, the city of love itself.

Joined by new friends, Cat has got two weeks, eight countries and a hell of a lot of wine ahead of her. As they discover hidden treasures and the camaraderie of life on the road, will Cat find a new way of looking at love?

Sandy dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:

I had an absolute ball writing this book for a few reasons. In the 90s, I was a tour manager leading coach tours around Europe, and this story was an opportunity to write abut destinations that I love. I also wrote in quite a few of my travel adventures and touring mishaps, but mostly I wanted to explore the type of intense friendships that form on these trips. Alongside Cat’s love story are her friendships with three other women, and I thoroughly enjoyed delving into those relationships. And I think I may have written the perfect love interest. Women and men across the world are going to fall in love with the scrummy Jean-Luc. I certainly did! Oh, and this can be read as the second in the series, or a standalone. I hope you love it!

You can find out more about this book at Sandy’s website or buy it from Amazon.

ARRA members from Australia and New Zealand who leave a comment on this post will go in the draw to win a $10 Amazon voucher. Sandy will draw a winner randomly on 18 April.

  1. Mary Preston permalink
    15 April 2020 11:58 am

    This sounds like such a fun read and I love the cover.

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