Wednesday, October 21, 2009

A-Z Wednesday

A-Z Wednesday is hosted by Vicki at Reading at the Beach. The rules are pretty simple.....

1. Visit Reading at the Beach to get this week's letter.
2. Find a book on your shelf that starts with this week's letter.
3. Post the title, picture, description and link of the book on your blog.
4. Go back to Reading at the Beach to post a comment with a link to your post.

This week's letter is K, and from my bookshelf, I've decided to feature.....

Kissing Adrien by Siri Mitchell

About the book:

In this fresh and humorous tale, 29–year–old Claire agrees to supervise the renovation of the Paris apartment her parents have inherited. Ignoring her romantic surroundings, Claire is all–business and in a hurry to return to her job, home, and an “almost dating” relationship with Brian, an associate pastor.

When Adrien, a handsome and flirtatious friend of the family, agrees to help Claire, his spontaneity and joie de vie drives her crazy. But in time, even Claire cannot resist the City of Lights’ offerings, including the Rodin museum where the sculpture The Kiss raises the questions...who will be the love of her life? And will she ever learn to enjoy the life God has placed right in front of her.


Yet another one of the many books on my shelf that I need to read! I have read one of Siri's historical novels, but not one of her contemporary ones. The book description reminds me of a French book series I recently read--The French Twist series by Sandra Byrd (fabulous reading!).


  1. Sounds like a good read....I think I'll read anything to do with Paris!

  2. Sounds like a book I'd enjoy!!

    Thanks for playing!

  3. I read this a couple of years ago. Here is my "K" book.

  4. Since I love Siri's books, I am going to add this one to my TBR list.

  5. I didn't know about the Rodin Museum. I love The Kiss sculpture. This is a really good book.

  6. Oh! I loved this book! Great choice!

    Here's mine:

    ~ Lori

  7. This book is waiting on my TBR for me too.


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