One Friday afternoon Molly Clearwater walks out of her job, smarting from her boss' taunt that she is 'just a stupid secretary'. Twenty-one, a country girl who has lived her life mainly through the pages of books and in her own imagination, she feels that nothing exciting has ever happened to her or ever will. On impulse Molly boards the Eurostar to Paris, emerging into a bewitching world of leafy boulevards, luscious foods, crazy traffic and smouldering Frenchmen. Within hours she's racing along the Seine on the back of a scooter, infiltrating a conference in a Cleopatra wig, caught up in a roller-blade chase, and tingling with love at the sight of Fabrice, with whom she shares her deepest, darkest secret. The weekend turns into a dizzying carousel-ride of passion, excitement and self-discovery. By Sunday night Molly is a new person.
Robyn Sisman was born in Los Angeles and grew up in various parts of the States and Europe. She is the author of Special Relationship, Perfect Strangers and Just Friends all of which were Sunday Times bestsellers and have sold worldwide in over twenty languages. She is a full-time writer and currently lives in Somerset, near Bath