Review: Point Us to Paris by Aimee Duffy

Title: Point Us to Paris (Summer Flings, #3)

Author: Aimee Duffy

Pages: 40 Pages

Publisher: Harper Impulse

The Blurb

Part 3 of Summer Flings – a fun, flirty and laugh out loud rom com series of short stories.

Ciara would rather be anywhere else in the world than Paris. All the gooey eyed couples and hand holding are making her miserable.

But Elle doesn’t have time for moping – not when she’s got the three of them on the guest list of an exclusive club. So Ciara tries her best to enjoy the free champagne, the loft party looking over the Seine and a little harmless sexting – until they realise they’ve stumbled into a nightmare none of them were prepared for.

The ideal summer treat for those relaxing days soaking up the sun!

The Review

Well done Aimee Duffy. With Point Us to Paris, Duffy has done a very brae thing. Rather than buying into the romance of Paris (which let’s face it we are all wont to do) she uses this part of the Summer Flings series to deal with more contentious issues; in this case, personal safety when travelling.

Gem, Elle and Ciara have hit Paris and their adventure is continuing. However, Point Us to Paris really reveals the disparity between the lives of these girls. We learn more about protagonist Caira and we really get to the nitty-gritty of the dynamics of the group.

For these reasons, Point Us to Paris may not be the happiest book in the Summer Flings series so far but it is certainly the best.

Point Us to Paris (Summer Flings, #3) by Aimee Duffy is available now.

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