Blog post 2
What fantastic reviews. Honestly. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I’ve been amazed and so grateful for the kind words of everyone who has taken the time out to write a review. They’ve been posted on every social network I know of, Amazon, Goodreads, Bookbub, Barnes and Noble, Waterstones. Wow. This is a dream. Pinch me!
They were walking through the charming Gothic quarter of Paris with its myriad of streets, small quaint restaurants, and boulangeries when Jack suddenly pulled her in tight. “Stay close!” “Why? Is it dangerous here, Uncle Jack?” She clutched at his sleeve. “Yes. French men are particularly dangerous, especially around beautiful young women.” He waggled his eyebrows at her. “Stop teasing!” She relaxed and grinned. “Seriously. Haven’t you noticed the Parisian wives tugging their husbands in the opposite direction when they see you? Trust me, they are dangerous!”
Jack, what made you take Kathleen to Paris?
“I’ve a very good friend, Francoise, she works for a top fashion house, and I know that Kathleen is a talented seamstress, even at her age. I hoped it might give her, and me a chance to heal a little, to take some time away from her home and forget, even for a moment. I also need to talk to her about her future. It’s going to be difficult. I hope I can do it kindly.”
What is the name of Jack’s friend?