Thursday, July 23, 2020

Falling For Provence by Paulita Kincer

Paulita Kincer

on tour

July 20-31


Falling for Provence

Falling For Provence

(women’s fiction, romantic suspense, family life)

Release date: June 5, 2020
at Oblique Press

245 pages

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Running a French B&B isn’t all wine and smelly cheese, Fia Jennings discovers as she tries to create a new life for herself and a smooth path for her teenage twins, while not—absolutely not – falling into a new romance. But she didn’t anticipate a handsome stranger showing up on her doorstep and sucking her into an art caper with dangerous overtones.

Can she make a new life in France or will she retreat to the States and her broken marriage?


Paulita Kincer

Paulita Kincer has an M.A. in journalism from American University. She and her husband moved to southern France in 2018. She teaches college English online and ESL to adorable Chinese children.

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My two-bits:
Rating: 4

First sentence(s):
The Paris hotel room had seemed bright and welcoming when I entered moments before, but as the bathroom door clicked closed behind the tall man, a wave of fear swept over me along with a tilting dizziness inside my head.

Amongst family interactions and drama at a B&B in Provence, the protagonist affectionately known as Fia encounters some shady shenanigans. She gets drawn into an adventure and mystery beyond the scope of daily maintenance at the B&B which kept my attention to the end.

The story also gets into Fia's background, family history and recent past dealings regarding pilfered art.

There are trips to Aix on Provence and around town to give a good sense of the place that had me noting for a future visit. And, a weekend jaunt into Paris is an added treat.

Love and romance is also thrown into the mix to move this story along.

Loved reading about Fia's daily morning visits to the bakery for fresh bread and croissants.

Got me thinking about the relationship of art and ownership.


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