‘Adrienne Chinn is at the height of her storytelling powers…an immersive, emotional and highly enjoyable historical novel that takes readers all over the world and keeps them turning the pages’ Bookish Jottings
Three sisters separated by distance but bound by love
The Fry sisters enter the Roaring Twenties forever changed by their experiences during the Great War. Now, as each of their lives unfold in different corners of the globe, they come to realise that the most important bond is that of family.
Desperate to save the man she loves, Etta leaves behind the life she has made for herself in Capri and enters the decadent world of Parisian society with all its secrets and scandals.
Celie’s new life on the Canadian prairies brings mixed blessings – a daughter to adore, but a husband who isn’t the man who holds her heart.
In Egypt, Jessie’s world is forever changed by a devastating loss.
And back in London – where each of their adventures began – their mother Christina watches as the pieces of her carefully orchestrated existence begin to shatter…with implications for them all…
Readers are loving The Paris Sister:
‘It was wonderful to catch up with the Fry sisters again, after enjoying Love in a Time of War. I recommend both books for fans of expansive historical fiction’
‘I couldn't believe it when I reached the last page! I wanted to find out more. Looking forward to Book 3!’
‘Oh my goodness! I wanted this story to go on and on! Excellent story and I can't wait to read more from this author’
‘Having thoroughly enjoyed Love in a Time of War, I was delighted in The Paris Sister. The next book in the series can't come quickly enough for me! I highly recommend both books’
‘The Paris Sister is the second in this lovely series and it is as beautiful and engrossing as the first. Adrienne Chinn wrote with gorgeous clarity, ingenuity and that extra something which captivated my heart. This is a wonderful, wonderful book’
“Just stunning, a sublime tale of secrets, strong women and turbulent times. I absolutely adored it” Clare Marchant, author of The Secrets of Saffron Hall
“An emotive and engaging read” Rosanna Ley, author of From Venice with Love
“Rich, evocative and utterly immersive, this beautifully written book swept me away” Jenny Ashcroft, author of Meet Me in Bombay
“An epic tale of family, tragedy & love… I highly recommend this book!!” Books, Wine, Cats 5*
“This story is so sensual and so touching… The sense of suspense makes this story a page turner! Highly recommend this book, especially if you’re looking for a WWII era book without all of the historical stuff” To Read is to Breathe, 5*
“I couldn’t put it down. It was not your typical historical novel & I think that’s what I loved about it. Great book!” Dabbookclub, 4*
“A book that drew me in from the first pages! The characters come alive, they’re so well written. Fans of historic fiction will love this story. An author to follow” Consumer review, 4*