Saturday, November 28, 2020

Wrong Train to Paris


Wrong Train to Paris by Jennifer Moore is a delightful historical fiction, carrying 19 years old Julia Weston from Vienna to Paris. Traveling on board the Orient Express in early 1900, Julia decides to prove she is independent and capable of traveling by herself, when she leaves the train in search of Gugelhupf cake. Only to become lost and redirected to a different train.

Julia and her father have made this trip many times before. Her father having gone on before her assigns a chaperone, which Julia thinks she does not need. However when Julia finds herself aboard the wrong train, heading in the opposite direction of Paris, she is deposited in the middle of nowhere. With no where to go, Luc Paquet offers to help. As Julia tries to help others, she finds her enthusiasm causes more problems than a help. Some of the situations Julia finds herself in were very humorous.

The story was a perfect clean romance. A sweet story that I thoroughly enjoyed. 

I received a complimentary ebook copy from the publisher, through Net Galley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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