Paris Adrift is the third novel in a breathtaking LGBT historical romance series, which can also be read as a standalone. If you like suspense, characters who tug at your heartstrings, and true-to-life portrayals of 1950s Paris, then you’ll love award-winning writer Vanda’s stunning new addition to the series.

I have enjoyed reading the Juliana Series so far and am so excited to find that Vanda has a new novel coming out soon. I can highly recommend this particular series as I love stories about LGBT history and Vanda has excelled herself with the Juliana series.  Their story continues with the excitement of a trip to Paris but it’s never that simple.

“How will Alice tell Juliana she must do what she most fears—because if she doesn’t, something even worse will happen?

Paris-bound, 1955. Alice “Al” Huffman can’t wait to reach the City of Light. As soon as their ship arrives, Juliana’s singing career will get the spotlight it deserves.

Before the SS United States hits land, a stranger approaches Al with a Broadway contract for Juliana. But the offer comes with a threat that can destroy them both. If Al can’t find a way out, Juliana’s comeback will come crashing down around their heads.

As she hides the awful truth from Juliana, Al searches for an answer before another obstacle destroys their last chance for happiness…”

Paris Adrift is out now!

Buy ParisAdrift to set sail on a harrowing journey of love today!

3 thoughts on “Paris Adrift – a new novel in the Juliana Series by Vanda. Out today!!

  1. Okay, you must rate pretty high with Vanda like you do with me. We ‘talk’ almost daily and we’ve talked about this book but the cover has been a big secret! Nice coup my friend. And, for the record, I’ve never been a big historical fiction fan of any genre of historical fiction. That said, I love Vanda’s work. She really pours her heart and soul into it.

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