Zoe is living in Paris, she left her marriage and husband behind in America, they'd married young and he was a policeman working long hours then when he became a detective she felt like she hardly saw him, like strangers meeting occasionally, he didn't talk about his work and she felt shut out, she lost herself in the marriage and had to escape. In Paris she's free to be whoever she wants, she has a great friend and roommate Lauren-Claire and then she meets Grey, could he be the answer she's been looking for. I don't know if this was just the right book at the right time for me but I loved it, I couldn't put it down. When I started reading I fully expected this to be a 3 star read, which isn't a bad thing most books I find fall into this category but it took me completely by surprise I really cared about what happened to Zoe and Grey and Lauren-Claire as the cowboy hunting man-mad friend was funny and charming.
I love, love, love this book! Most romance books get sent immediately off to the local thift store after reading once, but the really good ones, I keep to read over and over. This is one of those keepers! If you come across any of Tiffany White's books, buy them. You won't regret it. Anna Eberhardt, aka Tiffany White, put quite a few books out over a ten year period, ending around 1996, when she disappeared from the writing scene. If anyone knows what became of Anna Eberhardt, please let us know. Her playful writing style has been missed.
Could have been a good book if it wasn't so childish. Sounded like a immature chikd was writing about grown up things . There was no chemistry between thr characters and absolutely no story line. I kept feeling like parts of the plot were left out just so the book could end. Not worth the time.
I usually read about a book a day while camping and I recently read this title. It is pretty good, Zoe is a bit wishy-washy for me at times and I am glad when her roommate becomes scarce. Becoming Grey's mistress could have easily been a mistake, but it works out in the end, with a twist.