Wednesday, July 27, 2022

Jacqueline in Paris by Ann Mah

This is a novel about Jacqulin Bouvier and her time in Paris.  She was young, attended school, and learned a lot about communists.

Mariner sent me a copy of an ARE to read for review (thank you).  It will be published on September 20th.

Jackie has a lot to learn about the people she meets there.  They aren't all they appear to be.  She falls in love with one young man but eventually finds out more about his life than he told her. That ends that.

Even her girlfriends aren't safe.  Things are scary, there is danger there, and her mother wants her to marry a man who can keep her in money.

As she lives there and learns how to get around, she finds more facts out all the time.  

Will she survive?  Will her life be happy?

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