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3.80  ·  Rating details ·  5 ratings  ·  4 reviews
In this sequel to Miranda, we follow Colette to Paris, France, leaving behind the comforts of her closest friends and the secluded world she created for herself. She and her estranged sister, Claire, have inherited an apartment that Colette promises to help refurbish. She has the option to buy it herself and stay in Paris, or sell it and split the money with her sister.
Published May 15th 2018 by Sapphire Books Publishing
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Carol Hutchinson
Nov 22, 2018 rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed reading about Colette’s summer in Paris. She is going home, back to deal with the past and demons she’d tried to ignore but finds them back to haunt her as the truth is finally revealed.

Spending time with slightly younger Lissa also gives Colette a chance to open up, grow as a character and show some of her vulnerabilities. As she finds herself whilst helping Lissa have a liberating and exciting summer is Paris, Colette makes a discovery about love of her own.

When she returns
Mar 15, 2018 rated it liked it
All in all this is a nice story. Later in life woman finds the one. It took me longer than usual to read this book, maybe because it was a bit slow without plot that would keep you interested and wanting more. For sure, I was able to learn few French words.
Lyssa Wolf
Apr 25, 2018 rated it liked it
I didn't read the first book Miranda (which is not necessary to enjoy this book). Though there were times this book was a little emotionally rough for me, because of Colette's family history, I think the author did a nice job telling the story and look forward to the next book. ...more
Kitty McIntosh
‘Colette’ is the story of a woman facing her past and finally deciding what she really wants in life. The main character, Colette, moves back to Paris for a while after many years in the States. She sees her sister for the first time since she left and painful memories begin to surface. How she deals with them and the all too real disturbing presence of her brother-in-law form the basis of the novel. But it is about more. It is about love, desire and admitting the truth. It is also about realisi ...more
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