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From an exciting new voice in World War II historical fiction The Forgotten Bookshop In Paris comes a tale of love, loss and betrayal that will reverberate through generations…
Paris, 1940: War approaches the city of love. With his wife forced into hiding, Jacques has to watch as the Nazis take everything he loves from him. Everything but his last glimmer of hope: his beloved bookstore, La Page Cachee.
But when a young woman and her son knock on his door one night, begging for protection, he knows his only option is to risk everything one more time to save a life…
Modern Day: Juliette and her husband have finally arrived in France on the romantic getaway of their dreams, but as the days go by she’s only discovering how far they’ve drifted. She longs for a new adventure, and when she comes across a small abandoned shop with a for sale sign in the window, she feels destined.
And she will soon learn that the forgotten bookstore hides a lot more than meets the eye…
A harrowing tale of love and loss in war, perfect for fans of Kate Quinn and Rachel Hore.
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It was Paris in 1940 and Jacques and Mathilde were feeling the horrors of war. The Germans had taken over the city and nobody was safe. Jacques had decided to continue trading at his beloved little bookshop, La Page Cachee, while Mathilde worked at the nearby art gallery. As danger approached, Jacques said goodbye to Mathilde and promised to meet in a small place every year on their wedding anniversary. Mathilde would be safe and Jacques would help the war effort, using the secret room in his bookshop to hide people escaping across the borders.
It was 2022 when Juliette and Andrew arrived in Paris on vacation from the US. Juliette’s grandmother was born in the city of love and lived through the war years, although she didn’t want to talk about it before she died. The painting that had been such a part of her life was now Juliette’s and she was determined to find the little square it represented.
After Juliette discovered a hidden secret, Andrew returned to the US, leaving Juliette in search of her roots – a story that would be a big part of her life, especially when she found an old abandoned shop for sale in the square , where he had been drawn. Juliette decided to renovate and reopen the old shop, naming it The Forgotten Bookshop.
The Forgotten Bookstore in Paris is another wonderful, moving yet heartbreaking historical novel by Daisy Wood that I loved. Set in two time frames, they were equally devoted to the stories and came together beautifully. I often enjoy one time more than the other, but in this case I thoroughly enjoyed both. I will look at your others. Highly recommended.
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