<– – – – – – – This is a cover reveal for Paris Cravings by Kimberley Montpetit (and there's a GIVEAWAY).
I have never done a cover reveal before, at least not that I can remember. And this is not a review—not yet—because I haven't read it yet. (It's next on my To Read list.)
But when my good friend Kimberley Montpetit asked if I'd be interested, I said YES! Because, um…
1) I've read all of her Middle Grade books that she writes under another name, and loved them; and
2) we are BFFs on Facebook.
I expect no less from her alter-ego in this YA novel.
Here is the teaser for Paris Cravings:
Chloe Dillard’s life has always been complicated. She has a mother who is a neurotic romance novelist and a boyfriend who’s been pressuring her to go all the way. After The Worst Night of Her Life Chloe escapes on a trip to the swoon-worthy city of Paris where she becomes stranded after an accident with high heels and a pastry box.
Saved by a French boy with chocolate-brown eyes, Chloe begins to wonder if being lost in Paris is the chance of a lifetime. But as attracted as she is to the gorgeous and oh-so-kind La Patisserie shop boy—even he has a girlfriend.
The police are tracking her down, Mom’s having a nervous breakdown when she goes missing, and Chloe just wants to have her dream of a happily-ever-after.
What’s a girl to do in the most romantic city in the world?
Intrigued? You can get Paris Cravings at
Kimberley Montpetit once spent all her souvenir money at the La Patisserie shops when she was in Paris—on the arm of her adorable husband. The author grew up in San Francisco, another swoon-worthy city, loves all things Parisian and chocolate and lives in a small town along the Rio Grande with her family.
Kimberley has won many awards for her work, including the Southwest Book Award, the Whitney Award, the Arizona/New Mexico Book Award, is a Crystal Kite Finalist (SCBWI) and included in the Bank Street College Best Books of the Year.
And, she's endorsed by moi!
(Notice how I snuck that French word in there?)
What was that? You want to know the Middle Grade books I mentioned earlier? Sure, I'll tell you. They are
You can visit Kimberley at her website, www.kimberleymontpetit.com or on Facebook or on Twitter.
And in case you don't believe that Kimberley and I are close personal friends…