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My #Review of the emotive A Perfect Paris Christmas by Mandy Baggot


Title: A Perfect Paris Christmas

Author: Mandy Baggot

Publisher: Aria and Aries, Aria



My Review:

This is a heartwarming, emotive story of tragedy leading to romance and at least one HEA!

Keeley Andrews was seriously injured in a traffic accident in which her much loved sister tragically died. Keeley’s life was saved by having a kidney transplant from someone she didn’t know. After this her Mum becomes somewhat overprotective. However, some eighteen months later when Keeley is invited to go on an expenses paid visit to Paris for two weeks so the family of the young girl whose kidney she received she agrees to go, travelling with her best friend. They stay in a luxurious hotel where no expense has been spared and this story tells what happens when she meets the donor’s family . . . . and the stranger she keeps bumping into!

This is an evocative story of grief, loss, fresh starts and healing. It is a moving story filled with Christmas spirit, love and hope. There are a whole range of superbly portrayed characters, including a pesky penguin, a cheeky canine and a lovely lass as well as all the grown ups. It is a story about both sides of medical transplants but most of all it is a delightful festive romance and a great read.

Many thanks to Aria/Head of Zeus/NetGalley for my copy of this book which I have voluntarily read and honestly reviewed.


Tagline: the perfect laugh out loud romance to curl up with this Christmas

United in grief. Pushed apart by tragedy.

Keeley Andrews knows more than anyone that you only live once. So when she receives an invitation to spend two weeks in Paris, all expenses paid, she jumps at the chance.

Ethan Bouchard has had the worst eighteen months of his life. He’s ready to give up on everything, including his hotel chain. So when he meets Keeley, it simply isn’t the right time.

As Keeley and Ethan continue to bump into each other on the romantic Parisian streets, they can’t help but wonder whether this is fate telling them to let go of the past and leap into the future…

Head to Paris this Christmas and fall in love under the lights of the Eiffel Tower with best-selling author, Mandy Baggot.

Buy Link: Amazon

One comment on “My #Review of the emotive A Perfect Paris Christmas by Mandy Baggot

  1. carhicks
    September 13, 2020

    This sounds like one I should add to my Christmas book readathon. I do enjoy Mandy Baggot books.


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