One Way Ticket to Paris

One Way Ticket to Paris

When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband snores, panicking about shopping lists, birthday parties, and the school bake sale? She finds herself When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?...

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Title:One Way Ticket to Paris
Author:Emma Robinson
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Genres:Womens Fiction
ISBN:B07H991759
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:268 pages pages

One Way Ticket to Paris Reviews

  • Shelleen Toland
    Nov 01, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

  • Els
    Oct 31, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

  • Nicki
    Oct 10, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

  • Sharon
    Oct 29, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

    This book is like unwrapping an eagerly awaited gift! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. This is not a wispy chick lit tale but a story with layers and depth to be immersed in - a bit like cuddling up under a huge duvet - in fact that?s where I recommend reading it, from s...

    Kate has ?everything? and yet still feels as if she?s failing. A loving husband (if a bit clueless) two kids, the ability to be a stay-at-home Mum and lists of things to accomplish scattered everywhere. And yet, the requests for ?one more? thing keep coming. Still dealing wit...

    ?Going to another country on a whim ?without booking a return ticket ?was the kind of thing the old Kate would have done. The single Kate. The reckless Kate. The fun Kate. The new Kate didn?t do things like that. The mother Kate. The sensible Kate. The bloody boring Kate.? ...

    This review was originally posted on Star Crossed Reviews I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Thank you to Bookouture for my copy of this book via Netgalley and for lettin...

    Overwhelmed by the responsibilities of being the perfect mom, wife, and daughter, Kate's lost sight of the girl she used to be. The arrival of an ex-boyfriend in town doesn't make matters easier. So one morning, she drops her children off at school and buys a one-way trip to Paris to m...

    What a charming read! The story follows the lives of three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, as their lives intersect during a weekend in Paris. They all have connections either through work, friendship or a chance meeting, and they all have parallels from their earlier lives as teenager...

    The blurb makes it sound like this is a book about Kate and her feelings of dissatisfaction with her life, but it is a book about Kate, Shannon and Laura - all of whom have lives that are going in unexpected directions. These three women are connected to each other in a variety of w...

    I absolutely loved this book!! One Way Ticket to Paris is about 3 women in all different stages of their personal life. Kate is married with 2 kids and runs away to Paris to be with her friend and find herself. Shannon is Kate?s friend who is single but in a relationship and Laura ha...

    I simply adored this book, the first few pages of the book you get a glimpse into Kate's life at home with her family, little boy trying to do a big boy wee making a mess, daughter sleeping in their bed like a starfish and husband asking for help to locate his keys. THIS. IS. MY. LIFE!...

    Entertaining ...

    I haven?t read anything previously by this author so I am coming to her writing fresh and, having read this book I am wondering why I haven?t discovered her before. This story is really fresh and enticing from first page to last as we follow the lives of three women dealing with...

    The story of three women who are all in Paris for different reasons. Kate loves her husband and 2 children more than anything, but she?s starting to feel the pressure of being a wife and mother. One night she books herself onto the Eurostar to Paris, leaving the next morning and ...

  • MetLineReader
    Nov 03, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

    This book is like unwrapping an eagerly awaited gift! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. This is not a wispy chick lit tale but a story with layers and depth to be immersed in - a bit like cuddling up under a huge duvet - in fact that?s where I recommend reading it, from s...

    Kate has ?everything? and yet still feels as if she?s failing. A loving husband (if a bit clueless) two kids, the ability to be a stay-at-home Mum and lists of things to accomplish scattered everywhere. And yet, the requests for ?one more? thing keep coming. Still dealing wit...

    ?Going to another country on a whim ?without booking a return ticket ?was the kind of thing the old Kate would have done. The single Kate. The reckless Kate. The fun Kate. The new Kate didn?t do things like that. The mother Kate. The sensible Kate. The bloody boring Kate.? ...

    This review was originally posted on Star Crossed Reviews I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Thank you to Bookouture for my copy of this book via Netgalley and for lettin...

    Overwhelmed by the responsibilities of being the perfect mom, wife, and daughter, Kate's lost sight of the girl she used to be. The arrival of an ex-boyfriend in town doesn't make matters easier. So one morning, she drops her children off at school and buys a one-way trip to Paris to m...

    What a charming read! The story follows the lives of three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, as their lives intersect during a weekend in Paris. They all have connections either through work, friendship or a chance meeting, and they all have parallels from their earlier lives as teenager...

    The blurb makes it sound like this is a book about Kate and her feelings of dissatisfaction with her life, but it is a book about Kate, Shannon and Laura - all of whom have lives that are going in unexpected directions. These three women are connected to each other in a variety of w...

    I absolutely loved this book!! One Way Ticket to Paris is about 3 women in all different stages of their personal life. Kate is married with 2 kids and runs away to Paris to be with her friend and find herself. Shannon is Kate?s friend who is single but in a relationship and Laura ha...

    I simply adored this book, the first few pages of the book you get a glimpse into Kate's life at home with her family, little boy trying to do a big boy wee making a mess, daughter sleeping in their bed like a starfish and husband asking for help to locate his keys. THIS. IS. MY. LIFE!...

    Entertaining ...

    I haven?t read anything previously by this author so I am coming to her writing fresh and, having read this book I am wondering why I haven?t discovered her before. This story is really fresh and enticing from first page to last as we follow the lives of three women dealing with...

    The story of three women who are all in Paris for different reasons. Kate loves her husband and 2 children more than anything, but she?s starting to feel the pressure of being a wife and mother. One night she books herself onto the Eurostar to Paris, leaving the next morning and ...

    A page turning story of three women meeting in Paris, all with big life changing decisions to make about their relationships with husbands and boyfriends. Emma Robinson is a lovely warm writer who creates really relatable situations. She gives the point of view of each woman in turn an...

    A warm tale of three women who are all feeling a little lost for different reasons. Kate, the downtrodden mum; Shannon who is in a relationship with her boss but is running away from something and Laura with a noncommittal long term boyfriend. At times it felt a little silly and eac...

  • Jo Shaw
    Oct 17, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

    This book is like unwrapping an eagerly awaited gift! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. This is not a wispy chick lit tale but a story with layers and depth to be immersed in - a bit like cuddling up under a huge duvet - in fact that?s where I recommend reading it, from s...

    Kate has ?everything? and yet still feels as if she?s failing. A loving husband (if a bit clueless) two kids, the ability to be a stay-at-home Mum and lists of things to accomplish scattered everywhere. And yet, the requests for ?one more? thing keep coming. Still dealing wit...

    ?Going to another country on a whim ?without booking a return ticket ?was the kind of thing the old Kate would have done. The single Kate. The reckless Kate. The fun Kate. The new Kate didn?t do things like that. The mother Kate. The sensible Kate. The bloody boring Kate.? ...

    This review was originally posted on Star Crossed Reviews I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Thank you to Bookouture for my copy of this book via Netgalley and for lettin...

    Overwhelmed by the responsibilities of being the perfect mom, wife, and daughter, Kate's lost sight of the girl she used to be. The arrival of an ex-boyfriend in town doesn't make matters easier. So one morning, she drops her children off at school and buys a one-way trip to Paris to m...

    What a charming read! The story follows the lives of three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, as their lives intersect during a weekend in Paris. They all have connections either through work, friendship or a chance meeting, and they all have parallels from their earlier lives as teenager...

  • Helen
    Nov 24, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

    This book is like unwrapping an eagerly awaited gift! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. This is not a wispy chick lit tale but a story with layers and depth to be immersed in - a bit like cuddling up under a huge duvet - in fact that?s where I recommend reading it, from s...

    Kate has ?everything? and yet still feels as if she?s failing. A loving husband (if a bit clueless) two kids, the ability to be a stay-at-home Mum and lists of things to accomplish scattered everywhere. And yet, the requests for ?one more? thing keep coming. Still dealing wit...

    ?Going to another country on a whim ?without booking a return ticket ?was the kind of thing the old Kate would have done. The single Kate. The reckless Kate. The fun Kate. The new Kate didn?t do things like that. The mother Kate. The sensible Kate. The bloody boring Kate.? ...

  • Ellen
    Oct 21, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

    This book is like unwrapping an eagerly awaited gift! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. This is not a wispy chick lit tale but a story with layers and depth to be immersed in - a bit like cuddling up under a huge duvet - in fact that?s where I recommend reading it, from s...

    Kate has ?everything? and yet still feels as if she?s failing. A loving husband (if a bit clueless) two kids, the ability to be a stay-at-home Mum and lists of things to accomplish scattered everywhere. And yet, the requests for ?one more? thing keep coming. Still dealing wit...

    ?Going to another country on a whim ?without booking a return ticket ?was the kind of thing the old Kate would have done. The single Kate. The reckless Kate. The fun Kate. The new Kate didn?t do things like that. The mother Kate. The sensible Kate. The bloody boring Kate.? ...

    This review was originally posted on Star Crossed Reviews I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Thank you to Bookouture for my copy of this book via Netgalley and for lettin...

    Overwhelmed by the responsibilities of being the perfect mom, wife, and daughter, Kate's lost sight of the girl she used to be. The arrival of an ex-boyfriend in town doesn't make matters easier. So one morning, she drops her children off at school and buys a one-way trip to Paris to m...

    What a charming read! The story follows the lives of three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, as their lives intersect during a weekend in Paris. They all have connections either through work, friendship or a chance meeting, and they all have parallels from their earlier lives as teenager...

    The blurb makes it sound like this is a book about Kate and her feelings of dissatisfaction with her life, but it is a book about Kate, Shannon and Laura - all of whom have lives that are going in unexpected directions. These three women are connected to each other in a variety of w...

    I absolutely loved this book!! One Way Ticket to Paris is about 3 women in all different stages of their personal life. Kate is married with 2 kids and runs away to Paris to be with her friend and find herself. Shannon is Kate?s friend who is single but in a relationship and Laura ha...

    I simply adored this book, the first few pages of the book you get a glimpse into Kate's life at home with her family, little boy trying to do a big boy wee making a mess, daughter sleeping in their bed like a starfish and husband asking for help to locate his keys. THIS. IS. MY. LIFE!...

    Entertaining ...

    I haven?t read anything previously by this author so I am coming to her writing fresh and, having read this book I am wondering why I haven?t discovered her before. This story is really fresh and enticing from first page to last as we follow the lives of three women dealing with...

    The story of three women who are all in Paris for different reasons. Kate loves her husband and 2 children more than anything, but she?s starting to feel the pressure of being a wife and mother. One night she books herself onto the Eurostar to Paris, leaving the next morning and ...

    A page turning story of three women meeting in Paris, all with big life changing decisions to make about their relationships with husbands and boyfriends. Emma Robinson is a lovely warm writer who creates really relatable situations. She gives the point of view of each woman in turn an...

    A warm tale of three women who are all feeling a little lost for different reasons. Kate, the downtrodden mum; Shannon who is in a relationship with her boss but is running away from something and Laura with a noncommittal long term boyfriend. At times it felt a little silly and eac...

    I enjoyed the story of Kate, a mom of two who decides to leave her husband and 2 kids to go to Paris for a break. Kate feels lost, after the death of her father and the pressures of young children and the other ?perfect? moms. Her friend Shannon is in Paris, facing her own relation...

  • Eva
    Oct 31, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

  • Dawn Mottlow
    Oct 10, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

    This book is like unwrapping an eagerly awaited gift! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. This is not a wispy chick lit tale but a story with layers and depth to be immersed in - a bit like cuddling up under a huge duvet - in fact that?s where I recommend reading it, from s...

    Kate has ?everything? and yet still feels as if she?s failing. A loving husband (if a bit clueless) two kids, the ability to be a stay-at-home Mum and lists of things to accomplish scattered everywhere. And yet, the requests for ?one more? thing keep coming. Still dealing wit...

    ?Going to another country on a whim ?without booking a return ticket ?was the kind of thing the old Kate would have done. The single Kate. The reckless Kate. The fun Kate. The new Kate didn?t do things like that. The mother Kate. The sensible Kate. The bloody boring Kate.? ...

    This review was originally posted on Star Crossed Reviews I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Thank you to Bookouture for my copy of this book via Netgalley and for lettin...

    Overwhelmed by the responsibilities of being the perfect mom, wife, and daughter, Kate's lost sight of the girl she used to be. The arrival of an ex-boyfriend in town doesn't make matters easier. So one morning, she drops her children off at school and buys a one-way trip to Paris to m...

    What a charming read! The story follows the lives of three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, as their lives intersect during a weekend in Paris. They all have connections either through work, friendship or a chance meeting, and they all have parallels from their earlier lives as teenager...

    The blurb makes it sound like this is a book about Kate and her feelings of dissatisfaction with her life, but it is a book about Kate, Shannon and Laura - all of whom have lives that are going in unexpected directions. These three women are connected to each other in a variety of w...

    I absolutely loved this book!! One Way Ticket to Paris is about 3 women in all different stages of their personal life. Kate is married with 2 kids and runs away to Paris to be with her friend and find herself. Shannon is Kate?s friend who is single but in a relationship and Laura ha...

  • Jenn
    Nov 05, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

    This book is like unwrapping an eagerly awaited gift! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. This is not a wispy chick lit tale but a story with layers and depth to be immersed in - a bit like cuddling up under a huge duvet - in fact that?s where I recommend reading it, from s...

    Kate has ?everything? and yet still feels as if she?s failing. A loving husband (if a bit clueless) two kids, the ability to be a stay-at-home Mum and lists of things to accomplish scattered everywhere. And yet, the requests for ?one more? thing keep coming. Still dealing wit...

    ?Going to another country on a whim ?without booking a return ticket ?was the kind of thing the old Kate would have done. The single Kate. The reckless Kate. The fun Kate. The new Kate didn?t do things like that. The mother Kate. The sensible Kate. The bloody boring Kate.? ...

    This review was originally posted on Star Crossed Reviews I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Thank you to Bookouture for my copy of this book via Netgalley and for lettin...

    Overwhelmed by the responsibilities of being the perfect mom, wife, and daughter, Kate's lost sight of the girl she used to be. The arrival of an ex-boyfriend in town doesn't make matters easier. So one morning, she drops her children off at school and buys a one-way trip to Paris to m...

    What a charming read! The story follows the lives of three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, as their lives intersect during a weekend in Paris. They all have connections either through work, friendship or a chance meeting, and they all have parallels from their earlier lives as teenager...

    The blurb makes it sound like this is a book about Kate and her feelings of dissatisfaction with her life, but it is a book about Kate, Shannon and Laura - all of whom have lives that are going in unexpected directions. These three women are connected to each other in a variety of w...

    I absolutely loved this book!! One Way Ticket to Paris is about 3 women in all different stages of their personal life. Kate is married with 2 kids and runs away to Paris to be with her friend and find herself. Shannon is Kate?s friend who is single but in a relationship and Laura ha...

    I simply adored this book, the first few pages of the book you get a glimpse into Kate's life at home with her family, little boy trying to do a big boy wee making a mess, daughter sleeping in their bed like a starfish and husband asking for help to locate his keys. THIS. IS. MY. LIFE!...

    Entertaining ...

    I haven?t read anything previously by this author so I am coming to her writing fresh and, having read this book I am wondering why I haven?t discovered her before. This story is really fresh and enticing from first page to last as we follow the lives of three women dealing with...

    The story of three women who are all in Paris for different reasons. Kate loves her husband and 2 children more than anything, but she?s starting to feel the pressure of being a wife and mother. One night she books herself onto the Eurostar to Paris, leaving the next morning and ...

    A page turning story of three women meeting in Paris, all with big life changing decisions to make about their relationships with husbands and boyfriends. Emma Robinson is a lovely warm writer who creates really relatable situations. She gives the point of view of each woman in turn an...

    A warm tale of three women who are all feeling a little lost for different reasons. Kate, the downtrodden mum; Shannon who is in a relationship with her boss but is running away from something and Laura with a noncommittal long term boyfriend. At times it felt a little silly and eac...

    I enjoyed the story of Kate, a mom of two who decides to leave her husband and 2 kids to go to Paris for a break. Kate feels lost, after the death of her father and the pressures of young children and the other ?perfect? moms. Her friend Shannon is in Paris, facing her own relation...

    Kate, Laura, and Shannon are all at different stage in their romantic lives but have so much in common. Kate and Shannon are old friends; Kate flees home to visit Shannon in Paris and along the way meets Laura. These three learn a lot about themselves and each other during a delightful...

    I have enjoyed Emma Robinson's first two books, and this one was even better. It's witty, funny at times, but with an extra depth. A lovely read if you're looking for a book to read under the duvet while the rain is beating down your window. ...

    I enjoyed this book. It was a great read. The author is fantastic at telling an intertwined story between a number of characters. Being set in Paris, it makes me long to take a holiday there. ? Looking forward to reading more of Emma?s novels. I enjoyed this book. It was a grea...

  • Gaele
    Nov 01, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

    This book is like unwrapping an eagerly awaited gift! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. This is not a wispy chick lit tale but a story with layers and depth to be immersed in - a bit like cuddling up under a huge duvet - in fact that?s where I recommend reading it, from s...

    Kate has ?everything? and yet still feels as if she?s failing. A loving husband (if a bit clueless) two kids, the ability to be a stay-at-home Mum and lists of things to accomplish scattered everywhere. And yet, the requests for ?one more? thing keep coming. Still dealing wit...

  • Amrita
    Nov 27, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

    This book is like unwrapping an eagerly awaited gift! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. This is not a wispy chick lit tale but a story with layers and depth to be immersed in - a bit like cuddling up under a huge duvet - in fact that?s where I recommend reading it, from s...

    Kate has ?everything? and yet still feels as if she?s failing. A loving husband (if a bit clueless) two kids, the ability to be a stay-at-home Mum and lists of things to accomplish scattered everywhere. And yet, the requests for ?one more? thing keep coming. Still dealing wit...

    ?Going to another country on a whim ?without booking a return ticket ?was the kind of thing the old Kate would have done. The single Kate. The reckless Kate. The fun Kate. The new Kate didn?t do things like that. The mother Kate. The sensible Kate. The bloody boring Kate.? ...

    This review was originally posted on Star Crossed Reviews I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Thank you to Bookouture for my copy of this book via Netgalley and for lettin...

    Overwhelmed by the responsibilities of being the perfect mom, wife, and daughter, Kate's lost sight of the girl she used to be. The arrival of an ex-boyfriend in town doesn't make matters easier. So one morning, she drops her children off at school and buys a one-way trip to Paris to m...

  • Claire Robinson
    Oct 28, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

  • Kathleen Gray
    Oct 29, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

    This book is like unwrapping an eagerly awaited gift! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. This is not a wispy chick lit tale but a story with layers and depth to be immersed in - a bit like cuddling up under a huge duvet - in fact that?s where I recommend reading it, from s...

    Kate has ?everything? and yet still feels as if she?s failing. A loving husband (if a bit clueless) two kids, the ability to be a stay-at-home Mum and lists of things to accomplish scattered everywhere. And yet, the requests for ?one more? thing keep coming. Still dealing wit...

    ?Going to another country on a whim ?without booking a return ticket ?was the kind of thing the old Kate would have done. The single Kate. The reckless Kate. The fun Kate. The new Kate didn?t do things like that. The mother Kate. The sensible Kate. The bloody boring Kate.? ...

    This review was originally posted on Star Crossed Reviews I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Thank you to Bookouture for my copy of this book via Netgalley and for lettin...

    Overwhelmed by the responsibilities of being the perfect mom, wife, and daughter, Kate's lost sight of the girl she used to be. The arrival of an ex-boyfriend in town doesn't make matters easier. So one morning, she drops her children off at school and buys a one-way trip to Paris to m...

    What a charming read! The story follows the lives of three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, as their lives intersect during a weekend in Paris. They all have connections either through work, friendship or a chance meeting, and they all have parallels from their earlier lives as teenager...

    The blurb makes it sound like this is a book about Kate and her feelings of dissatisfaction with her life, but it is a book about Kate, Shannon and Laura - all of whom have lives that are going in unexpected directions. These three women are connected to each other in a variety of w...

    I absolutely loved this book!! One Way Ticket to Paris is about 3 women in all different stages of their personal life. Kate is married with 2 kids and runs away to Paris to be with her friend and find herself. Shannon is Kate?s friend who is single but in a relationship and Laura ha...

    I simply adored this book, the first few pages of the book you get a glimpse into Kate's life at home with her family, little boy trying to do a big boy wee making a mess, daughter sleeping in their bed like a starfish and husband asking for help to locate his keys. THIS. IS. MY. LIFE!...

    Entertaining ...

    I haven?t read anything previously by this author so I am coming to her writing fresh and, having read this book I am wondering why I haven?t discovered her before. This story is really fresh and enticing from first page to last as we follow the lives of three women dealing with...

    The story of three women who are all in Paris for different reasons. Kate loves her husband and 2 children more than anything, but she?s starting to feel the pressure of being a wife and mother. One night she books herself onto the Eurostar to Paris, leaving the next morning and ...

    A page turning story of three women meeting in Paris, all with big life changing decisions to make about their relationships with husbands and boyfriends. Emma Robinson is a lovely warm writer who creates really relatable situations. She gives the point of view of each woman in turn an...

    A warm tale of three women who are all feeling a little lost for different reasons. Kate, the downtrodden mum; Shannon who is in a relationship with her boss but is running away from something and Laura with a noncommittal long term boyfriend. At times it felt a little silly and eac...

    I enjoyed the story of Kate, a mom of two who decides to leave her husband and 2 kids to go to Paris for a break. Kate feels lost, after the death of her father and the pressures of young children and the other ?perfect? moms. Her friend Shannon is in Paris, facing her own relation...

    Kate, Laura, and Shannon are all at different stage in their romantic lives but have so much in common. Kate and Shannon are old friends; Kate flees home to visit Shannon in Paris and along the way meets Laura. These three learn a lot about themselves and each other during a delightful...

  • Emma Star Crossed Reviews
    Nov 01, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

    This book is like unwrapping an eagerly awaited gift! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. This is not a wispy chick lit tale but a story with layers and depth to be immersed in - a bit like cuddling up under a huge duvet - in fact that?s where I recommend reading it, from s...

    Kate has ?everything? and yet still feels as if she?s failing. A loving husband (if a bit clueless) two kids, the ability to be a stay-at-home Mum and lists of things to accomplish scattered everywhere. And yet, the requests for ?one more? thing keep coming. Still dealing wit...

    ?Going to another country on a whim ?without booking a return ticket ?was the kind of thing the old Kate would have done. The single Kate. The reckless Kate. The fun Kate. The new Kate didn?t do things like that. The mother Kate. The sensible Kate. The bloody boring Kate.? ...

    This review was originally posted on Star Crossed Reviews I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Thank you to Bookouture for my copy of this book via Netgalley and for lettin...

  • Berit☀️✨
    Oct 31, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

  • Kaisha (The Writing Garnet)
    Nov 16, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

  • Marie
    Oct 31, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

    This book is like unwrapping an eagerly awaited gift! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. This is not a wispy chick lit tale but a story with layers and depth to be immersed in - a bit like cuddling up under a huge duvet - in fact that?s where I recommend reading it, from s...

    Kate has ?everything? and yet still feels as if she?s failing. A loving husband (if a bit clueless) two kids, the ability to be a stay-at-home Mum and lists of things to accomplish scattered everywhere. And yet, the requests for ?one more? thing keep coming. Still dealing wit...

    ?Going to another country on a whim ?without booking a return ticket ?was the kind of thing the old Kate would have done. The single Kate. The reckless Kate. The fun Kate. The new Kate didn?t do things like that. The mother Kate. The sensible Kate. The bloody boring Kate.? ...

    This review was originally posted on Star Crossed Reviews I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Thank you to Bookouture for my copy of this book via Netgalley and for lettin...

    Overwhelmed by the responsibilities of being the perfect mom, wife, and daughter, Kate's lost sight of the girl she used to be. The arrival of an ex-boyfriend in town doesn't make matters easier. So one morning, she drops her children off at school and buys a one-way trip to Paris to m...

    What a charming read! The story follows the lives of three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, as their lives intersect during a weekend in Paris. They all have connections either through work, friendship or a chance meeting, and they all have parallels from their earlier lives as teenager...

    The blurb makes it sound like this is a book about Kate and her feelings of dissatisfaction with her life, but it is a book about Kate, Shannon and Laura - all of whom have lives that are going in unexpected directions. These three women are connected to each other in a variety of w...

    I absolutely loved this book!! One Way Ticket to Paris is about 3 women in all different stages of their personal life. Kate is married with 2 kids and runs away to Paris to be with her friend and find herself. Shannon is Kate?s friend who is single but in a relationship and Laura ha...

    I simply adored this book, the first few pages of the book you get a glimpse into Kate's life at home with her family, little boy trying to do a big boy wee making a mess, daughter sleeping in their bed like a starfish and husband asking for help to locate his keys. THIS. IS. MY. LIFE!...

    Entertaining ...

    I haven?t read anything previously by this author so I am coming to her writing fresh and, having read this book I am wondering why I haven?t discovered her before. This story is really fresh and enticing from first page to last as we follow the lives of three women dealing with...

    The story of three women who are all in Paris for different reasons. Kate loves her husband and 2 children more than anything, but she?s starting to feel the pressure of being a wife and mother. One night she books herself onto the Eurostar to Paris, leaving the next morning and ...

    A page turning story of three women meeting in Paris, all with big life changing decisions to make about their relationships with husbands and boyfriends. Emma Robinson is a lovely warm writer who creates really relatable situations. She gives the point of view of each woman in turn an...

    A warm tale of three women who are all feeling a little lost for different reasons. Kate, the downtrodden mum; Shannon who is in a relationship with her boss but is running away from something and Laura with a noncommittal long term boyfriend. At times it felt a little silly and eac...

    I enjoyed the story of Kate, a mom of two who decides to leave her husband and 2 kids to go to Paris for a break. Kate feels lost, after the death of her father and the pressures of young children and the other ?perfect? moms. Her friend Shannon is in Paris, facing her own relation...

    Kate, Laura, and Shannon are all at different stage in their romantic lives but have so much in common. Kate and Shannon are old friends; Kate flees home to visit Shannon in Paris and along the way meets Laura. These three learn a lot about themselves and each other during a delightful...

    I have enjoyed Emma Robinson's first two books, and this one was even better. It's witty, funny at times, but with an extra depth. A lovely read if you're looking for a book to read under the duvet while the rain is beating down your window. ...

  • diane wight
    Dec 03, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

    This book is like unwrapping an eagerly awaited gift! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. This is not a wispy chick lit tale but a story with layers and depth to be immersed in - a bit like cuddling up under a huge duvet - in fact that?s where I recommend reading it, from s...

    Kate has ?everything? and yet still feels as if she?s failing. A loving husband (if a bit clueless) two kids, the ability to be a stay-at-home Mum and lists of things to accomplish scattered everywhere. And yet, the requests for ?one more? thing keep coming. Still dealing wit...

    ?Going to another country on a whim ?without booking a return ticket ?was the kind of thing the old Kate would have done. The single Kate. The reckless Kate. The fun Kate. The new Kate didn?t do things like that. The mother Kate. The sensible Kate. The bloody boring Kate.? ...

    This review was originally posted on Star Crossed Reviews I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Thank you to Bookouture for my copy of this book via Netgalley and for lettin...

    Overwhelmed by the responsibilities of being the perfect mom, wife, and daughter, Kate's lost sight of the girl she used to be. The arrival of an ex-boyfriend in town doesn't make matters easier. So one morning, she drops her children off at school and buys a one-way trip to Paris to m...

    What a charming read! The story follows the lives of three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, as their lives intersect during a weekend in Paris. They all have connections either through work, friendship or a chance meeting, and they all have parallels from their earlier lives as teenager...

    The blurb makes it sound like this is a book about Kate and her feelings of dissatisfaction with her life, but it is a book about Kate, Shannon and Laura - all of whom have lives that are going in unexpected directions. These three women are connected to each other in a variety of w...

    I absolutely loved this book!! One Way Ticket to Paris is about 3 women in all different stages of their personal life. Kate is married with 2 kids and runs away to Paris to be with her friend and find herself. Shannon is Kate?s friend who is single but in a relationship and Laura ha...

    I simply adored this book, the first few pages of the book you get a glimpse into Kate's life at home with her family, little boy trying to do a big boy wee making a mess, daughter sleeping in their bed like a starfish and husband asking for help to locate his keys. THIS. IS. MY. LIFE!...

    Entertaining ...

    I haven?t read anything previously by this author so I am coming to her writing fresh and, having read this book I am wondering why I haven?t discovered her before. This story is really fresh and enticing from first page to last as we follow the lives of three women dealing with...

    The story of three women who are all in Paris for different reasons. Kate loves her husband and 2 children more than anything, but she?s starting to feel the pressure of being a wife and mother. One night she books herself onto the Eurostar to Paris, leaving the next morning and ...

    A page turning story of three women meeting in Paris, all with big life changing decisions to make about their relationships with husbands and boyfriends. Emma Robinson is a lovely warm writer who creates really relatable situations. She gives the point of view of each woman in turn an...

    A warm tale of three women who are all feeling a little lost for different reasons. Kate, the downtrodden mum; Shannon who is in a relationship with her boss but is running away from something and Laura with a noncommittal long term boyfriend. At times it felt a little silly and eac...

    I enjoyed the story of Kate, a mom of two who decides to leave her husband and 2 kids to go to Paris for a break. Kate feels lost, after the death of her father and the pressures of young children and the other ?perfect? moms. Her friend Shannon is in Paris, facing her own relation...

    Kate, Laura, and Shannon are all at different stage in their romantic lives but have so much in common. Kate and Shannon are old friends; Kate flees home to visit Shannon in Paris and along the way meets Laura. These three learn a lot about themselves and each other during a delightful...

    I have enjoyed Emma Robinson's first two books, and this one was even better. It's witty, funny at times, but with an extra depth. A lovely read if you're looking for a book to read under the duvet while the rain is beating down your window. ...

    I enjoyed this book. It was a great read. The author is fantastic at telling an intertwined story between a number of characters. Being set in Paris, it makes me long to take a holiday there. ? Looking forward to reading more of Emma?s novels. I enjoyed this book. It was a grea...

    I just loved this slice of life dramedy - lots of intelligent humour as it explores some commonly felt, but often unvoiced thoughts and feelings about relationships and family. The author evokes Paris beautifully, but without being too heavy-handed. I'm looking forward to reading more ...

    Enjoyed this book. Story line had an everyday vibe to it. Making it very believable. ...

  • Monica Mac
    Nov 14, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

    This book is like unwrapping an eagerly awaited gift! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. This is not a wispy chick lit tale but a story with layers and depth to be immersed in - a bit like cuddling up under a huge duvet - in fact that?s where I recommend reading it, from s...

    Kate has ?everything? and yet still feels as if she?s failing. A loving husband (if a bit clueless) two kids, the ability to be a stay-at-home Mum and lists of things to accomplish scattered everywhere. And yet, the requests for ?one more? thing keep coming. Still dealing wit...

    ?Going to another country on a whim ?without booking a return ticket ?was the kind of thing the old Kate would have done. The single Kate. The reckless Kate. The fun Kate. The new Kate didn?t do things like that. The mother Kate. The sensible Kate. The bloody boring Kate.? ...

    This review was originally posted on Star Crossed Reviews I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Thank you to Bookouture for my copy of this book via Netgalley and for lettin...

    Overwhelmed by the responsibilities of being the perfect mom, wife, and daughter, Kate's lost sight of the girl she used to be. The arrival of an ex-boyfriend in town doesn't make matters easier. So one morning, she drops her children off at school and buys a one-way trip to Paris to m...

    What a charming read! The story follows the lives of three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, as their lives intersect during a weekend in Paris. They all have connections either through work, friendship or a chance meeting, and they all have parallels from their earlier lives as teenager...

    The blurb makes it sound like this is a book about Kate and her feelings of dissatisfaction with her life, but it is a book about Kate, Shannon and Laura - all of whom have lives that are going in unexpected directions. These three women are connected to each other in a variety of w...

  • Donna Hines
    Nov 02, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

  • Carol Perreault
    Oct 10, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

    This book is like unwrapping an eagerly awaited gift! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. This is not a wispy chick lit tale but a story with layers and depth to be immersed in - a bit like cuddling up under a huge duvet - in fact that?s where I recommend reading it, from s...

    Kate has ?everything? and yet still feels as if she?s failing. A loving husband (if a bit clueless) two kids, the ability to be a stay-at-home Mum and lists of things to accomplish scattered everywhere. And yet, the requests for ?one more? thing keep coming. Still dealing wit...

    ?Going to another country on a whim ?without booking a return ticket ?was the kind of thing the old Kate would have done. The single Kate. The reckless Kate. The fun Kate. The new Kate didn?t do things like that. The mother Kate. The sensible Kate. The bloody boring Kate.? ...

    This review was originally posted on Star Crossed Reviews I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Thank you to Bookouture for my copy of this book via Netgalley and for lettin...

    Overwhelmed by the responsibilities of being the perfect mom, wife, and daughter, Kate's lost sight of the girl she used to be. The arrival of an ex-boyfriend in town doesn't make matters easier. So one morning, she drops her children off at school and buys a one-way trip to Paris to m...

    What a charming read! The story follows the lives of three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, as their lives intersect during a weekend in Paris. They all have connections either through work, friendship or a chance meeting, and they all have parallels from their earlier lives as teenager...

    The blurb makes it sound like this is a book about Kate and her feelings of dissatisfaction with her life, but it is a book about Kate, Shannon and Laura - all of whom have lives that are going in unexpected directions. These three women are connected to each other in a variety of w...

    I absolutely loved this book!! One Way Ticket to Paris is about 3 women in all different stages of their personal life. Kate is married with 2 kids and runs away to Paris to be with her friend and find herself. Shannon is Kate?s friend who is single but in a relationship and Laura ha...

    I simply adored this book, the first few pages of the book you get a glimpse into Kate's life at home with her family, little boy trying to do a big boy wee making a mess, daughter sleeping in their bed like a starfish and husband asking for help to locate his keys. THIS. IS. MY. LIFE!...

    Entertaining ...

  • Maureen Moyes
    Oct 16, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

  • Julie Morris
    Oct 31, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

    This book is like unwrapping an eagerly awaited gift! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. This is not a wispy chick lit tale but a story with layers and depth to be immersed in - a bit like cuddling up under a huge duvet - in fact that?s where I recommend reading it, from s...

    Kate has ?everything? and yet still feels as if she?s failing. A loving husband (if a bit clueless) two kids, the ability to be a stay-at-home Mum and lists of things to accomplish scattered everywhere. And yet, the requests for ?one more? thing keep coming. Still dealing wit...

    ?Going to another country on a whim ?without booking a return ticket ?was the kind of thing the old Kate would have done. The single Kate. The reckless Kate. The fun Kate. The new Kate didn?t do things like that. The mother Kate. The sensible Kate. The bloody boring Kate.? ...

    This review was originally posted on Star Crossed Reviews I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Thank you to Bookouture for my copy of this book via Netgalley and for lettin...

    Overwhelmed by the responsibilities of being the perfect mom, wife, and daughter, Kate's lost sight of the girl she used to be. The arrival of an ex-boyfriend in town doesn't make matters easier. So one morning, she drops her children off at school and buys a one-way trip to Paris to m...

    What a charming read! The story follows the lives of three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, as their lives intersect during a weekend in Paris. They all have connections either through work, friendship or a chance meeting, and they all have parallels from their earlier lives as teenager...

    The blurb makes it sound like this is a book about Kate and her feelings of dissatisfaction with her life, but it is a book about Kate, Shannon and Laura - all of whom have lives that are going in unexpected directions. These three women are connected to each other in a variety of w...

    I absolutely loved this book!! One Way Ticket to Paris is about 3 women in all different stages of their personal life. Kate is married with 2 kids and runs away to Paris to be with her friend and find herself. Shannon is Kate?s friend who is single but in a relationship and Laura ha...

    I simply adored this book, the first few pages of the book you get a glimpse into Kate's life at home with her family, little boy trying to do a big boy wee making a mess, daughter sleeping in their bed like a starfish and husband asking for help to locate his keys. THIS. IS. MY. LIFE!...

    Entertaining ...

    I haven?t read anything previously by this author so I am coming to her writing fresh and, having read this book I am wondering why I haven?t discovered her before. This story is really fresh and enticing from first page to last as we follow the lives of three women dealing with...

  • Kelly
    Nov 25, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

    This book is like unwrapping an eagerly awaited gift! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. This is not a wispy chick lit tale but a story with layers and depth to be immersed in - a bit like cuddling up under a huge duvet - in fact that?s where I recommend reading it, from s...

  • Sandy Barker
    Nov 02, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

    This book is like unwrapping an eagerly awaited gift! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. This is not a wispy chick lit tale but a story with layers and depth to be immersed in - a bit like cuddling up under a huge duvet - in fact that?s where I recommend reading it, from s...

    Kate has ?everything? and yet still feels as if she?s failing. A loving husband (if a bit clueless) two kids, the ability to be a stay-at-home Mum and lists of things to accomplish scattered everywhere. And yet, the requests for ?one more? thing keep coming. Still dealing wit...

    ?Going to another country on a whim ?without booking a return ticket ?was the kind of thing the old Kate would have done. The single Kate. The reckless Kate. The fun Kate. The new Kate didn?t do things like that. The mother Kate. The sensible Kate. The bloody boring Kate.? ...

    This review was originally posted on Star Crossed Reviews I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Thank you to Bookouture for my copy of this book via Netgalley and for lettin...

    Overwhelmed by the responsibilities of being the perfect mom, wife, and daughter, Kate's lost sight of the girl she used to be. The arrival of an ex-boyfriend in town doesn't make matters easier. So one morning, she drops her children off at school and buys a one-way trip to Paris to m...

    What a charming read! The story follows the lives of three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, as their lives intersect during a weekend in Paris. They all have connections either through work, friendship or a chance meeting, and they all have parallels from their earlier lives as teenager...

    The blurb makes it sound like this is a book about Kate and her feelings of dissatisfaction with her life, but it is a book about Kate, Shannon and Laura - all of whom have lives that are going in unexpected directions. These three women are connected to each other in a variety of w...

    I absolutely loved this book!! One Way Ticket to Paris is about 3 women in all different stages of their personal life. Kate is married with 2 kids and runs away to Paris to be with her friend and find herself. Shannon is Kate?s friend who is single but in a relationship and Laura ha...

    I simply adored this book, the first few pages of the book you get a glimpse into Kate's life at home with her family, little boy trying to do a big boy wee making a mess, daughter sleeping in their bed like a starfish and husband asking for help to locate his keys. THIS. IS. MY. LIFE!...

    Entertaining ...

    I haven?t read anything previously by this author so I am coming to her writing fresh and, having read this book I am wondering why I haven?t discovered her before. This story is really fresh and enticing from first page to last as we follow the lives of three women dealing with...

    The story of three women who are all in Paris for different reasons. Kate loves her husband and 2 children more than anything, but she?s starting to feel the pressure of being a wife and mother. One night she books herself onto the Eurostar to Paris, leaving the next morning and ...

    A page turning story of three women meeting in Paris, all with big life changing decisions to make about their relationships with husbands and boyfriends. Emma Robinson is a lovely warm writer who creates really relatable situations. She gives the point of view of each woman in turn an...

    A warm tale of three women who are all feeling a little lost for different reasons. Kate, the downtrodden mum; Shannon who is in a relationship with her boss but is running away from something and Laura with a noncommittal long term boyfriend. At times it felt a little silly and eac...

    I enjoyed the story of Kate, a mom of two who decides to leave her husband and 2 kids to go to Paris for a break. Kate feels lost, after the death of her father and the pressures of young children and the other ?perfect? moms. Her friend Shannon is in Paris, facing her own relation...

    Kate, Laura, and Shannon are all at different stage in their romantic lives but have so much in common. Kate and Shannon are old friends; Kate flees home to visit Shannon in Paris and along the way meets Laura. These three learn a lot about themselves and each other during a delightful...

    I have enjoyed Emma Robinson's first two books, and this one was even better. It's witty, funny at times, but with an extra depth. A lovely read if you're looking for a book to read under the duvet while the rain is beating down your window. ...

    I enjoyed this book. It was a great read. The author is fantastic at telling an intertwined story between a number of characters. Being set in Paris, it makes me long to take a holiday there. ? Looking forward to reading more of Emma?s novels. I enjoyed this book. It was a grea...

    I just loved this slice of life dramedy - lots of intelligent humour as it explores some commonly felt, but often unvoiced thoughts and feelings about relationships and family. The author evokes Paris beautifully, but without being too heavy-handed. I'm looking forward to reading more ...

  • Kathy Kugelman
    Nov 06, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

  • Emma L
    Oct 09, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

    This book is like unwrapping an eagerly awaited gift! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. This is not a wispy chick lit tale but a story with layers and depth to be immersed in - a bit like cuddling up under a huge duvet - in fact that?s where I recommend reading it, from s...

    Kate has ?everything? and yet still feels as if she?s failing. A loving husband (if a bit clueless) two kids, the ability to be a stay-at-home Mum and lists of things to accomplish scattered everywhere. And yet, the requests for ?one more? thing keep coming. Still dealing wit...

    ?Going to another country on a whim ?without booking a return ticket ?was the kind of thing the old Kate would have done. The single Kate. The reckless Kate. The fun Kate. The new Kate didn?t do things like that. The mother Kate. The sensible Kate. The bloody boring Kate.? ...

    This review was originally posted on Star Crossed Reviews I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Thank you to Bookouture for my copy of this book via Netgalley and for lettin...

    Overwhelmed by the responsibilities of being the perfect mom, wife, and daughter, Kate's lost sight of the girl she used to be. The arrival of an ex-boyfriend in town doesn't make matters easier. So one morning, she drops her children off at school and buys a one-way trip to Paris to m...

    What a charming read! The story follows the lives of three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, as their lives intersect during a weekend in Paris. They all have connections either through work, friendship or a chance meeting, and they all have parallels from their earlier lives as teenager...

    The blurb makes it sound like this is a book about Kate and her feelings of dissatisfaction with her life, but it is a book about Kate, Shannon and Laura - all of whom have lives that are going in unexpected directions. These three women are connected to each other in a variety of w...

    I absolutely loved this book!! One Way Ticket to Paris is about 3 women in all different stages of their personal life. Kate is married with 2 kids and runs away to Paris to be with her friend and find herself. Shannon is Kate?s friend who is single but in a relationship and Laura ha...

    I simply adored this book, the first few pages of the book you get a glimpse into Kate's life at home with her family, little boy trying to do a big boy wee making a mess, daughter sleeping in their bed like a starfish and husband asking for help to locate his keys. THIS. IS. MY. LIFE!...

  • Libby
    Nov 04, 2018

    What a fun heartwarming story, set against the backdrop of a beautiful Paris!... This is Emma Robinsons third book and I have had the pleasure of reading them all... what I love about her books is they are so relatable, books about real people with real lives and real problems.... s...

    Didn't love this or hate it. The author has a great writing style especially with the delivery of the little nuggets of important information being dropped at pertinent points, which to be honest is what in the main kept me reading the book, but I loved the fact I felt like I was actua...

    When I was a kid and I?d lost something, my dad always said ?Go back to the place you last had it?. The problem is that what I?ve lost is? me. Kate loves her family more than anything, but recently she has started to feel invisible. Lying awake at three a.m. as her husband s...

    I?m sure many of us are familiar with sleepless nights, when the brain just won?t shut down long enough for you to relax, when you maybe start to feel a little punchy and even the most stupid idea suddenly seems like the best one ever. It is during such a sleepless night that Ka...

    I absolutely adored this book. It tells the tale of three women.I found this book to be fantastically funny and heart-breakingly sad at times. I would highly recommend this as a true feel-good rom-com. Kate, happily married with two lovely children but she has lost herself. Her ...

    In this book the author takes us on a trip to Paris, the city of love. We meet Kate, Laura and Shannon. They have one thing in common : what to do about the future? Is it so bad to want to plan in advance? Is it so bad to want some time for yourself? Is it so bad to take a bit of ti...

    Any book with the word Paris in the title and I am there. Follows three women who met up in Paris due to a variety of circumstances. Each chapter is told from the POV of one of the women. Lots of changes take place in the women's lives and all have their HEA. ...

    This was a lovely read about three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, all finding themselves lost in their lives, but for different reasons. Kate who feels lost in her life at being a stay at home Mum. Shannon, Kate?s friend, is an American living and working in Paris with secrets sh...

    All reviews can be found on my blog at https://thewritinggarnet.wordpress.com Have you ever felt lost? Not lost because you ended up taking the wrong turning on your way back from a day out shopping, but lost because you can't help feeling as though part of you is missing? A sense o...

    What's lost is forever lost or is it? Kate feels lost, torn from her family, and sees an opportunity to travel to Paris with her bestie Shannon. After all the postcard did ask, When are you coming? This is a feel good story about losing yourself in the hustle yet finding your answer...

    This book is like unwrapping an eagerly awaited gift! I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. This is not a wispy chick lit tale but a story with layers and depth to be immersed in - a bit like cuddling up under a huge duvet - in fact that?s where I recommend reading it, from s...

    Kate has ?everything? and yet still feels as if she?s failing. A loving husband (if a bit clueless) two kids, the ability to be a stay-at-home Mum and lists of things to accomplish scattered everywhere. And yet, the requests for ?one more? thing keep coming. Still dealing wit...

    ?Going to another country on a whim ?without booking a return ticket ?was the kind of thing the old Kate would have done. The single Kate. The reckless Kate. The fun Kate. The new Kate didn?t do things like that. The mother Kate. The sensible Kate. The bloody boring Kate.? ...

    This review was originally posted on Star Crossed Reviews I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Thank you to Bookouture for my copy of this book via Netgalley and for lettin...

    Overwhelmed by the responsibilities of being the perfect mom, wife, and daughter, Kate's lost sight of the girl she used to be. The arrival of an ex-boyfriend in town doesn't make matters easier. So one morning, she drops her children off at school and buys a one-way trip to Paris to m...

    What a charming read! The story follows the lives of three women, Kate, Shannon and Laura, as their lives intersect during a weekend in Paris. They all have connections either through work, friendship or a chance meeting, and they all have parallels from their earlier lives as teenager...

    The blurb makes it sound like this is a book about Kate and her feelings of dissatisfaction with her life, but it is a book about Kate, Shannon and Laura - all of whom have lives that are going in unexpected directions. These three women are connected to each other in a variety of w...

    I absolutely loved this book!! One Way Ticket to Paris is about 3 women in all different stages of their personal life. Kate is married with 2 kids and runs away to Paris to be with her friend and find herself. Shannon is Kate?s friend who is single but in a relationship and Laura ha...

    I simply adored this book, the first few pages of the book you get a glimpse into Kate's life at home with her family, little boy trying to do a big boy wee making a mess, daughter sleeping in their bed like a starfish and husband asking for help to locate his keys. THIS. IS. MY. LIFE!...

    Entertaining ...

    I haven?t read anything previously by this author so I am coming to her writing fresh and, having read this book I am wondering why I haven?t discovered her before. This story is really fresh and enticing from first page to last as we follow the lives of three women dealing with...

    The story of three women who are all in Paris for different reasons. Kate loves her husband and 2 children more than anything, but she?s starting to feel the pressure of being a wife and mother. One night she books herself onto the Eurostar to Paris, leaving the next morning and ...

    A page turning story of three women meeting in Paris, all with big life changing decisions to make about their relationships with husbands and boyfriends. Emma Robinson is a lovely warm writer who creates really relatable situations. She gives the point of view of each woman in turn an...