Tourist or terrorist?
On her last day in Europe, American tourist Megan Chandler is in a Paris museum to meet a Facebook friend, when she stumbles in front of an early twentieth century portrait of a woman who looks exactly like her. Ten minutes later, she’s mugged in a bathroom, and robbed. With no passport, no ticket home, no money, and no cell phone, Megan can’t imagine things could get any worse. Until she discovers she’s the main suspect in a terrorist bombing.
Computer geek Paul Bernard isn’t having a good day. On his way to his job at the British Embassy, the building explodes before his eyes. The security photo of the perpetrator looks exactly like his hot French girlfriend. Who seems to have disappeared, along with his security badge. And when he finally catches up with her, she claims she’s someone else.
Did his girlfriend bomb the embassy? Or is this woman who looks like her the terrorist? And what about this portrait Megan keeps talking about? Paul isn’t sure if he’s the biggest dupe in Europe or the hero Megan seems to think he is. All he knows for certain is that he can’t let this deceptively innocent look-alike out of his sight. Or into his heart.
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The French Deception - a great read!
I loved this book! The pace was terrific, the two main characters were likeable but flawed at the same time, just like all of us. Suspenseful with romance.
I literally could not put it down til the end and was sorry it was over!