I remember Paris

£16.99

There’s nowhere quite like Paris, as journalist and single mum Jess Bright knows all too well. She’s never forgotten the love, friendship, and freedom she enjoyed there in her twenties. So when she’s offered a ghost-writing job in the city one summer, she leaps at the chance. Her subject is the iconic artist Adelaide Fox, whose personal life has always been steeped in scandal and intrigue. Now approaching eighty, she’s ready to tell her side of the story – and serve up some scalding-hot revenge in the process. Amidst an often stormy working relationship, Jess and Adelaide must face up to their pasts. As passionate affairs, terrible betrayals, and life-changing secrets surface, there may be more surprises in store than either of them dared imagine.

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‘I enjoyed it SO much!’ MARIAN KEYES

‘As multi-layered, rich and enjoyable as a giant mille-feuille. You will adore it’ MILLY JOHNSON

Jess Bright, single mum and journalist, feels her life has stalled. So when she’s offered a writing job in Paris for the summer, she leaps at the chance to go. Hasn’t she always felt that she left a piece of her heart in the city years before?

Her subject is the iconic artist Adelaide Fox, whose personal life has been steeped in scandal and intrigue. Now approaching eighty, she’s ready to tell her side of the story – and serve up some scalding-hot revenge in the process.

Amidst a stormy working relationship, Jess and Adelaide must face up to their pasts. As passionate affairs, terrible betrayals and life-changing secrets surface, there may be more surprises in store than either of them dared imagine . . .

Set in the city of love, with two unforgettable protagonists, I REMEMBER PARIS is a glorious, life-affirming novel about second chances, unlikely friendships and finding your way back to yourself.

‘Escapist, romantic and a little bit scandalous, this is Lucy Diamond at her page-turning best’ VERONICA HENRY

‘I loved it!’ KATIE FFORDE

READERS LOVE LUCY DIAMOND

‘I love all of Lucy’s books’ 5* reader review

‘Lucy writes with such warmth and sympathy’ 5* reader review

‘Pure escapism’ 5* reader review

‘So uplifting’ 5* reader review

‘I can’t put Lucy’s books down’ 5* reader review

Additional information

Weight 0.675 kg
Dimensions 23.8 × 16.4 × 4.2 cm
Author

Publisher

Imprint

Cover

Hardback

Pages

432

Language

English

Edition

Hardback original

Dewey

823.92 (edition:23)

Readership

General – Trade / Code: K