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Postcard From Paris

4.40  ·  Rating details ·  5 ratings  ·  5 reviews
When Poppy finds a postcard from Paris, sent by an aunt she didn't know existed, she books a flight to France to investigate. Just days after arriving in Paris, she accidentally lands herself a job thanks to a case of mistaken identity. To complicate matters further, she soon starts to fall for her new boss. Falling in love with your boss is never a good idea and she knows ...more
Kindle Edition, 327 pages
Published October 15th 2018 by Holly Willow
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Whispering Stories
Feb 27, 2019 rated it really liked it
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This is a lovely romantic novel from author Holly Willow. The book is set in Boston, Massachusetts and Paris, France. It tells the tale of thirty-five-years-old Poppy who thought she was happy and that her life was settled. She was happily engaged to Daniel and enjoying her job. Then in the blink of an eye, everything changed.

Not quite sure what was going to happen next in her life Poppy flies to Paris, France after seeing a postcard from there
Mar 05, 2019 rated it really liked it
I was excited to read this because it looked like a Hallmark type book. Meaning it has a HEA and so much drama/fun inbetween. This is not a YA book but it would be an adorable read for anyone who enjoys a good sweet read.
Finding out her fiance is having an affair leads Poppy to find a postcard, book a trip to Paris, and accidentally get a job. Her new boss becomes her love interest and so many complications ensue. I really liked how the author portrayed each character. They have so many depths t
Jenny {So She Tries}
Feb 05, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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Oh I loved this!! Full review to come soon :)
Samantha March
Postcard From Paris by Holly Willow is a story that pulled me in right away. 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 ...more
Jennifer Hart
Oct 27, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This author (Holly Willow) has a strong no-nonsense descriptive style that I personally love. I feel as though she spent a great deal of time considering the characters, their lives, history, and personal ups and downs. Their relationships and complicated family situations are both interesting and relaetable.

One of my favorite characters is Poppy's love interest. Such a complex man! I don't want to say too much and spoil the story for people who haven't read it... but I will admit I fell in lov
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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.