Author: Janice MacLeod
Publication Date: February 4, 2014
Number of Pages: 272
How I Got It: NetGalley
What a dreamy story. Who wouldn't love to take a two year sabbatical to Paris? *sigh* The love story is sweetly awkward and there is just enough divulged to be funny and romantic but not over-the-top fiascos like Bridget Jones. The most swoon-worthy parts were the descriptions of the parks, people, and the pastries. The title Paris Letters had me thinking that there would be a long distance love story of some kind at the beginning, but the author actually started a small business. Her artistic abilities allow her to make an income sending hand-drawn or hand-painted letters telling subscribers about Parisian life.
I loved this story. It is hard to believe it is non-fiction because it was so transportive. It was really like a mini vacation!
** I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **