A secret shared…
But can she trust him?
In this Debutantes in Paris story, Diana Martin is thrilled be a writer covering the Parisian Exposition. Her new role must be kept quiet—her parents would never allow it! When enigmatic Sir William Blakely discovers her ruse, he knows it could lead her into danger. With the sparks igniting between them, William realises the only way to protect Diana is by staying as close to her as possible!
Wow what a book and a great start to this new series. This is the first book in Ms Mccabes Debutantes in Paris series.
Firstly Diana wants to have a career and travel, which goes against what society expects ladies to do, which is get married and have children. Diana isn't against marriage she just wants to experience life. And secondly there is a little mystery which I'm not going to reveal, you will have to read the book.
So when Diana hears that a magazine is having interviews Diana is determined to go for the interview. Now I must tell you that wherever Diana goes she always has her trusty notebook, where she writes down what the ladies at the balls are wearing and sometimes makes suggestions on how she would change the dress.
I must tell you about Diana's best friends, first we have Lady Alexandra who is a dukes daughter and very shy, second is Miss Emily Fortescue. They met when they attended Miss Gantley's School for young ladies and its while on a visit from Christopher and his older brother William that Diana has a crush on William, well he did just get out of the water.
So what about William, now please don't think he is a old fuddy duddy, he works for the foreign office and had been working in India. Its at a ball that William becomes aware of Diana and is wondering what she writes in her notebook. For me at first I found William a little shy were Diana is concerned...but he is also Diana's champion and encourages her to go for the interview.
So in general this was a brilliant book and I'm so looking forward to the next book.
I received this ARC from the author in return for a honest review. All thoughts are my own.
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