One Night in Provence by Barbara Wallace

One Night in Provence by Barbara Wallace
Destination Brides Book 3
Publisher: Harlequin
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full length (256 pages)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Mistflower

Can an unexpected affair…

…lead to a lifetime of happiness?
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In this Destination Brides story, while on vacation in Provence, homebody Jenna Brown embarks on a no-strings affair with a handsome stranger. But there’s more to wealthy playboy Philippe D’Usay than meets the eye. Scarred by loss, Philippe’s committed to being alone. But after their Provençal adventure ends, and Jenna discovers she’s pregnant, they must decide if their short-term connection could become a life together forever!

This is the perfect book to read while sailing on a cruise. I was in heaven sitting in my lounge chair with my tropical drink of the day while reading One Night in Provence. This story made for the perfect escape while enjoying my “sea day”.

Jenna Brown, the heroine, and Philippe D’Usay, the hero, were adorable. I’m not sure how realistic this romance was but hey, that is what fantasies are for. I loved every minute of wishing I was Jenna and in Philippe’s arms. Philippe was book boyfriend worthy.

From the first page to the last I was glowing with a smile. Such a cute, fun and enjoyable read. This is the kind of romance book I grew up reading. I loved how Jenna was hard to get and Philippe was persistent. Did I mention how swoon worthy Philippe was? I didn’t need the gentle rock of the cruise ship to help me sway. lol.

I appreciated the writing style that enveloped me into the scene where I could see and smell the fields of Jasmine and Lavender.

This is actually book three in the Destination Brides series but don’t worry, it can definitely be read as a standalone.

This was a heartwarming love story. A classic romance with a happily ever after that left me feeling joy for the entirety of the book and after. One Night in Provence is an easy recommendation by me. I hope others enjoy it as much as I did.

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