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    Did not nejoy

    I was not impressed by the Paris Girl and struggled to get through more than a few pages. The characters were shallow, the content more sexual and less historical, and the interesting concept was not implemented well.
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    Very interesting read!

    I really enjoyed this story that takes place in Paris in the early 1920s in the fashion industry. Tatiana Vytenis is a Russian princess who is a fashion mannequin as they were called back then. She is engaged to a real cad, Gerard de Sainte-Vierge whose brother, Armand, is in love with Tatiana. Gerard's mother does not think Tatiana is good enough for her son and she wants him to marry his rich cousin. There are lots of different story lines taking place and there are a lot of characters to keep track of which made this a very interesting read. I did not like the main character, Tatiana, at all. Thank you NetGalley and Bookouture for the ARC of this very interesting story of love and betrayal in exchange for an honest review.
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    Roaring twenties

    This is my first book by this author so I wasn’t sure what to expect. Natalie Meg Evans has a very descriptive style of writing so it is easy to picture Paris in the 1920 from cafes to fashion houses to the beautiful Parisian streets. It is a tale of growing up, making difficult choices, secrets, heartships, unexpected friendships and off course love. All in the aftermath of WWI in the city of Light. It is a wonderful book with interesting characters.
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    An excellent novel.

    Tatiana Vytenis has escaped a difficult past. She started off living the life as a Russian princess. However, her life was ruined and she had gone into hiding. She revived herself and because a model that everyone wanted. Meanwhile she was happily engaged to an aristocrat, Gérard de Sainte-Vierge, but then her life suddenly unravels. First of all, Gérard's brother creates an incredible problem for Tatiana. Thus begins her whirlwind of unhappiness. Then something even more tragic occurs and she really finds out Gérard's true nature. He completely forsakes Tatiana and her life all but comes to an end. Any happiness she thought she finally attained is well and truly ruined. Meeting Regan Dortmeyer, a photographer she worked with while modeling, might just be the best thing ever to happen to Tatiana, even if it takes her a while to realize it. Tatiana experiences unspeakable trials in this incredibly touching tale. In The Paris Girl, the timing, 1920s Paris, was a very good time-period and setting for this gorgeous novel. I felt for Tatiana the entire way through. I couldn't help but impressed by her strength and resilience. Also, I was so very happy every time Regan appeared on the page. Kudos to Natalie Meg Evans. This is my first book by her and I was kept interested throughout. I look forward to reading more by her in the future. Many thanks to Bookouture and to NetGalley for this ARC to review in exchange for my honest opinion.
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    Good

    Very easy to read. Twist and turns. Good happy ending.
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