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One Paris Summer (Excerpt)

One Paris Summer (Excerpt)

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Denise Grover Swank By DeniseGroverSwank Updated Mar 31, 2016

Most teens dream of visiting the City of Lights, but it feels more like a nightmare for Sophie Brooks. She and her brother are sent to Paris to spend the summer with their father, who left home a year ago without any explanation. As if his sudden abandonment weren't betrayal enough, upon arrival in Paris, the siblings learn that their father is about to remarry. And to make matters worse, they're expected to play nice with his soon-to-be wife and stepdaughter, Camille. Camille, agrees to show Sophie and her brother around Paris, but she quickly makes it clear that she will do everything in her power to make Sophie miserable.

Sophie could deal with all the pain and humiliation if only she could practice piano. Her dream is to become a pianist, and she was supposed to spend the summer preparing for a scholarship competition. Even though her father moved to Paris to pursue his own dream, Sophie feels that he clearly doesn't support hers. His promise to provide her with a piano for practice goes unfulfilled. However, an unexpected and handsome new friend comes through in a big way to help Sophie both pursue her dream and learn what's most important in her heart.

jeuderole jeuderole Jun 09
Merci de m'accueillier en ta maison ;) or dans ta maison > into your house
I think the plot of this story is kinda' related with the movie, Leap/Ballerina. Plus, the villain has the same name (Camille).
kgaugelokay kgaugelokay May 21
I'm starting to think Denise like naive girls ....she never disappoints soo bigups😉
Y do she have to reject her father he just want to see her and her brother Eric
IanWoJesus7 IanWoJesus7 Nov 30, 2016
Gosh, this is a tear jerker. I feel aweful that once in my life I have been the eve of this story.
dlk_snyder dlk_snyder Mar 31, 2016
Denise writing a book based in Paris??!!! Heck yeah I'm reading it!