Jessica, Preston | February 1, 2018
The food! The architecture! And of course – the romance.
There’s no better setting for a love story than Paris, the City of Light (and the city of love). If you can’t breakfast at a quaint French café along the Seine this Valentine’s Day, pick up one of these sweet Parisian love stories instead:
Or perhaps you’d prefer the Paris of the past? There’s no shortage of historical fiction set in Paris, which is no surprise since the city itself dates back to a Roman settlement. From the French Revolution and la belle epoque to the Lost Generation and two World Wars, Paris of the past has a lot to offer romance aficionados:
Paris is the perfect place to fall in love for the very first time, so perhaps that’s why so many YA (Young Adult) titles are set on its cobblestone streets. These Paris-centric stories may focus on young love, but they’re recommended for readers of all ages:
Or perhaps you’re not looking for romance at all. Perhaps you’re in love with the city of Paris itself. You wouldn’t be the first. It’s difficult to resist the allure of this magnificent city. Pick up one of these memoirs about loving the City of Light, and you just might find yourself besotted as well: