Postcard From Paris


Fiction - Chick Lit
250 Pages
Reviewed on 01/17/2019
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Author Biography

Holly Willow has an insatiable wanderlust and an active imagination. When she isn’t traveling, she writes stories that are set in places she has been to or would like to visit one day. She hopes you will enjoy reading her novels as much as she enjoyed writing them.

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Reviewed by Samantha March for Readers' Favorite

In Postcard From Paris, we follow Poppy, a confessed workaholic, who is blindsided at her job and also in her personal life. Her fiance, Daniel, has to postpone their upcoming nuptials because he must travel for his work. Poppy and Daniel have agreed that careers come first, so even though Poppy’s job is now up in the air, she still has to support Daniel going to Hong Kong for six months. Until she finds evidence of an affair. Turning to her family for support, she instead finds a hidden postcard from an aunt in Paris she never knew she had, and decides it’s time to get away from the confines and schedules of her everyday life and do something daring … so she books a flight to Paris. While there, she meets a man who accidentally becomes her boss, makes new friends, and discovers a hidden family secret. She also starts to fall for her boss and has a new complication arise with Daniel and his possible affair.

Postcard From Paris by Holly Willow is a story that pulled me in right away. Trying to discover herself and what she needs to be happy turns out to be a lot more than Poppy was expecting to find in Paris, and I was rooting for her the entire way. This was a really well-written book that I liked from chapter one, really bringing readers into the story and giving us a likeable character to cheer for. There is a lot happening between the pages but it never felt like too much, and the pacing was spot on. If you are a chick lit fan, I would recommend to grab this one for your winter reading list!