Monday, May 30, 2011

Bargain eBooks #215:

The Paris Secret by Angela Henry

Genre: Romantic Suspense, Thriller, Mystery

Price: $4.69 - 4.79

Where to Get It: (Kindle)
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Less than twenty-four hours after fleeing to Paris, Maya Sinclair is the prime suspect in a brutal murder—and targeted by the real killer. When she's viciously attacked in the gardens of Versailles, Maya barely escapes with her life thanks to sexy French journalist Simon Girard.

Simon has been investigating the mysterious death of his brother, an art forger with ties to the woman Maya is suspected of killing. Still healing from heartbreak of his own, Simon reluctantly joins forces with Maya, who has awakened feelings within him he thought long dead.

Their search for answers uncovers the existence of a secret society, and puts them on a quest to find a missing crucifix rumored to hold the key to everlasting life. Together, Maya and Simon race through Paris one step ahead of a killer who will do anything to ensure some secrets remain buried forever...

What they're saying about it:

"This book has it all—a phenomenal setting, long-buried secrets, a present-day murder mystery and a dash of paranormal intrigue, not to mention a cast of characters that leap off the page. And while it is so much more than a romance book, the two main characters are absolutely unforgettable."—The Romance Reviews

"The Paris Secret by Angela Henry grabbed me from the first paragraph and kept me turning pages long into the night. The novel offers the perfect blend of adventure, mystery, and romance. The pace is swift, the characters likable, and the mystery rich and interesting, without being too complex or detailed. The blend of history and intrigue in Paris was irresistible."—Night Owl Reviews

"The Paris Secret is the perfect choice of fans of stories involving conspiracies and secret societies. Maya, a librarian, and Simon, a journalist, are perfectly paired to solve to mystery and get to the truth. The plot moves quickly and the ending is perfect for the genre."--Fresh Fiction

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