Levy’s current book, P.S. from Paris, is just as charming and quirky as his first novel. His reluctant lovers, Paul and Mia, come from different worlds but find themselves drawn to each other against the fittingly romantic backdrop of Paris. Mia has fled her philandering movie star husband, and writer Paul is pining after his translator and wondering why his fame seems localized to South Korea. But even as the two pledge to be simply ‘friends’, the City of Light has other things in store for them.
Bienvenue to the uniquely captivating Paris of Marc Levy, where the food is delicious, the dialogue is snappy and all hearts are fair game.
- Elizabeth DeNoma, Editor