7 Dreamy Novels Set in the Most Romantic City in the World
Stroll down the Champs-Elysées, smell the delicious
scent of fresh croissants, marvel at the city's famous skyline—and the
best part—on these journeys you'll never
have to say "au revoir."
March 18, 2013
In Hilary Reyl’s appealing debut novel, Lessons
ambitious young Kate travels all the way to Paris only to find herself in a classic
you've ever wondered what Downton Abbey would be like if it
were set in the South of France during our current century, then pick up this
smart novel de charme immediately.' '
When "a small
grey figure wearing a bright red foulard" disrupts the funeral for
respected Parisian civil servant Léon Le Gall—father of three,
grandfather of 12, great-grandfather of four—at the venerable Notre
Dame' 'Cathedral, a family secret unravels.
Set among the glamorous literati in bohemian 1920s Paris, this novel celebrates the life of Hadley Richardson, the first Mrs. Ernest Hemingway.
Paris, 1897: France is bursting with Republican fervor and a plethora of initiatives for the promotion of so-called social equality.' '
The primary star of this 500-plus-page novel is Paris, which is such an obvious and exquisite setting for romance.
Beautiful drawings help to tell the story of a orphan secretly living inside the walls of a Paris train station.