Once Upon a Rose (La Vie en Roses Book 1)
Publish date: 2015-01-26
Publisher: Laura Florand
Pages no: 300
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
This was the first book I've read by this author, and I truly enjoyed it. Okay, not as much as I was expecting to, considering how it started _ brilliantly _ but it ended up being a nice, cosy read. I think this is probably the first book that I've read, in which a male character is constantly blush...
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I loved Laura Florand's Chocolate series, so I was happy to pick up the new book. I liked it a lot, I was pleased that I could enjoy the chemistry between Matt and Layla in the book with pretty simple plot - where m/f romance is concerned that does not happen to me too often unfortunately. My issue ...
Layla "Belle Woods" Dubois has just won a Grammy for her Indie rock album, but is fleeing to the French countryside in a desperate hope that she will find some inspiration, or there won't be a second album any time soon. She's "accidentally" drowned her phone in a fountain and is hoping to stay away...
Once Upon a Rose is the first full length book in the La Vie en Rose series (there is a prequel novella, “A Rose in Winter,” and connections to the Amour et Chocolat books). Personally, I’ve found the last few Amour et Chocolat books to be very emotionally intense, focusing as they do on character...