Tuesday, July 22, 2014


What If It's Love? (Bistro La Bohème Book 1)

A typical heiress Lena moves to Paris to nurse old wounds reopened by her neglectful boyfriend, and decide what to do with her life. Enter Rob, a charismatic and handsome Frenchman who waits tables at La Bohème -- a café on Lena’s street -- and has big dreams.
He makes her laugh and forget her insecurities. She stirs something infinitely tender in his soul. Before they know it, they’ve fallen for each other, even though both had good reasons to fight the budding love.
But their passionate romance is cut short when she discovers his dirty secret. When their lives intersect again three years later, will Lena have enough faith in Rob to give him a second chance? And can Rob be worthy of her trust?

˃˃˃ About the Bistro La Bohème series

Bistro La Bohème is a contemporary romance series set in Paris. Meet an unforgettable cast of young, imperfect and charming expats and locals who work or frequent an ordinary yet special neighborhood café. They fall in love, cope with heartbreak and chase their dreams with a passion that makes them endearing even when in the wrong.
The books are interconnected, with a recurring setting and characters. But each story is self-contained, and you can read it as a stand-alone.
Fans of Amélie and Friends will enjoy these warm and funny tales of love, friendship and finding out where you belong.

˃˃˃ Recommended reading order:

1. You're the One (a novella)
2. What If It's Love? (a novel)
3. Under My Skin (a novel, coming soon)

In her own words; Alix Nichols
Image of Alix NicholsI am an avid reader of chick lit, romance and fantasy, caffeine addict and a badge-wearing Mr. Darcy/Colin Firth fan.
I released my first book at the age of six. It had six postcard-size pages stitched together and bound in velvet paper. The book was titled "Eliza and Robert" and had atrocious mistakes in every single word. Some words were written in mirror image. Unintentionally. I remember being immensely proud of my creation.
Turns out there's a remarkable constancy to my life: decades later, I still love the name Robert and the genre romance. As for my spelling and grammar, they are only marginally better than at age six (thank God for editors!).
I live and work in Paris, France. When not writing, I read romance (what else?) and spend time with my family.

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