I was the one who had married him, and here he was, charging in on his white horse to rescue me. Or, more likely, to rescue himself.
The Light of Paris by Eleanor Brown. When Madeleine's marriage hits a rough patch, she takes inspiration from her grandmother Margie's diary to spend an adventurous summer in Paris, reconnecting with her creative self. The book alternates between Madeleine's and Margie's stories.
Eleanor Brown wrote the bestselling novel, The Weird Sisters. She drew on the true story of her own grandmother's romantic trip to Jazz Age Paris in writing The Light of Paris.
I just added The Light of Paris to my French Connections list.
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