Rating: 4 stars
Chloe wakes up in a Paris hotel with all her possessions stolen and almost no memory of how it happened. It's a week before her wedding back in DC, and now she's being investigated for fraudulent activities on her banking account. When a gorgeous french man says he's working with the government and will help her get her passport back and catch the man who stole them, she grudgingly agrees to go along with him on a race around France. Neither of them expected to end up liking one another, let along falling in love.
A cute, sweet book. Being a Washingtonian, I wished more of it had been set in this city, but I did appreciate the shout-out to a good restaurant on the DC/MD line. Clearly the author knows the area. I can only assume the same can be said of France as there was much detail and affection in the descriptions of the country.
There were a few minor plot points that didn't seem explained well enough, but I was willing to overlook them because it was still a nice, easy read. The book makes me want to go to France and visit Giverny, drink some wine and relax. This is a fun read - particularly good beach read since it's set in the summer.