Delphine Baudry wished to be a best-selling author, and now instead of celebrating and jumping into her next novel, she's frozen with fear. What if she turns out to be a one-hit-wonder? What if all her new fans hate the next book? To top it all off, she can't even discuss the situation with her favorite brainstorming partner, her mother, who is losing her memory to Alzheimer's. Taking a cue from some teens tossing Euros into a fountain, Delphine gives into some whimsy and wishes for her next book plot.
Jean-Paul Chassériau wished to start an online marketing company in La Rochelle. Now the real work begins. Feeling pressure to live up to his father's name in traditional marketing and far enough away to be out of his shadow, he has a million ideas but no clients. When he finds a funky old Franc lodged between cobblestones near a fountain, there was only one thing to do. Make a wish.
When their coins collide, Delphine and Jean-Paul's wishes become intertwined, changing the course of their futures and teaching them that wishes are sometimes fulfilled in unexpected ways.
This book was seriously so cute. What starts as a random, one in a million chance, mid-air collision of coins over a fountain in France leads to the beginning of romance. It was the perfect hook! I loved the characters and of course, how they met, but I also loved how their relationship progressed. Delphine and Jean-Paul are fun together, they have good chemistry and their time together felt normal and natural. While they had a couple bumps in the road, nothing got too heavy or serious and I really liked that. The fun, light-hearted feel was perfect. Very sweet and very romantic.
This book is part of a series of books being released every couple weeks. I'm loving them all so far and can't wait to read the next one!
Books in the Destined for Love: Europe collection
— Desperately Seeking Mr. Right by Sally Johnson
— Meet Me At Sunrise by Lucinda Whitney
— Once Upon a Wish by Danyelle Ferguson
—12 Days to Love by Lisa Swinton
— Kiss Me in the Moonlight by Lindzee Armstrong
— Never Trust the Rain by Laura D. Bastian
- I received a copy of this book from the author. A positive review was not required and all opinions expressed are my own.