Thanks to NetGalley and Berkley Publishing Group for sending me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Vanessa has always had a gift. She could see people’s fortunes -or misfortunes- in tea leaves. She has never wanted the gift. It runs in the family and an unfortunate event has Vanessa asking her Aunt Evelyn for lessons on how to control her predictions. The two fly off to Paris and experience a truly magical journey.
I read this in the middle of a reading slump, and it’s this book that pulled me out. Much like Lim’s previous book, this was a story that requires the reader to believe in a little bit of magic. It was as fast read with an easy plot to follow. It lacked some character depth, but I didn’t find that to be much of an issue because the story was so enjoyable.
The vivid descriptions of Paris brought me back to my own vacation there and had me longing to return. If you’re looking for a magical distraction or want a cute romance in the city of love, then I highly recommend this book.
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