Cumming, Ga. (PRWEB) June 12, 2013
Author Caroline Clemens shares a tale of passion set in Paris, where the paths of three restless souls with troubled pasts will cross, to give each of them a chance to find true love. French Bleu, a romance novel titled after a vintage nightclub in the French capital, tells a tale of discovery, personal triumph and heroism amidst death, illness and captivity.
Amidst the dazzling scenery of the city of love and lights, under the shadow of the Eiffel Tower, love and romance will bloom when fate brings three lives together. Oliver, a pilot, rescues stranded and desperate souls from famine and war-torn areas of Africa. Daniela seeks that which is amiss in her own life, while Brie, a strong woman, must find a destiny that awaits her own ambition. A vineyard in the picturesque, garden-like Loire Valley unites the intersecting courses of their lives, while Paris captures their hearts’ desire.
Clemens’ work is laden with memorable scenes of passion, intimacy and emotionality. With one of Europe’s most sensual locales as its backdrop, French Bleu will undoubtedly delight avid fans of romance and avowed Francophiles alike.
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About the Author
Caroline Clemens lives in Atlanta with her husband Michael, their son Matthew, and twin daughters Megan and Kristan. She began writing two years ago and her first book, Kiss Ride, was published in 2011. For more information, her blog can be viewed at: gardenlilie.com.
French Bleu * by Caroline Clemens
Publication Date: October 12, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 157 pages; 978-1-4797-2799-5
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4797-2800-8
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