I gave this one only three stars, as I could not like the characters in this book. They all seemed so self-centered and severely flawed, that I could not find one redeeming quality in any of them. The story was a tad unbelievable as well. But not a bad book, as I was able to finish it.
I'm a big fan of Rose, but this book was lacking the steamy qualities and the strong plot that some of her other books have. A good fiction read - but not at all like what she's known for.
Justine Paggett, after the death of her mother, flees to Paris to continue her journalism career. She becomes embroiled in scandal and takes a new assignment to write the biography of composer Sophie DeLyon in order to redeem herself. She soon finds there are secrets, scandals, threats surrounding the story. Rose tells a story of love, loss, family, forgiveness and the frailty of the human mind.