La Lune


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Louis DeMarco walks the streets of the West Village content with his accomplishments and sure that his world is a very fine place. La Lune, his restaurant, is a great success; his social standing admired by many. From the outside his life seems well-ordered. There's no way he could ever have foreseen the chaos spinning toward him in the form of one brash and klutzy travel writer named Sophie McKenna; a woman about to rattle his private golden cage.
As he rescues Sophie from a YouTube worthy scene, his attraction to her is immediate. She is nothing like anyone he has ever known. Her passion is overwhelming, her honesty infectious. It is this honesty that draws the truth from Louis, the truth that has held him in its grasp for many years. It is a story few others know, a sad and sordid history that leaves Louis indebted to the powerful Lydia Wiesenthaler; a woman who offers him no release from his obligation.
As his love for Sophie grows, the tug-of-war begins. It is a battle between past and future; virtue and vice; the woman who controls Louis through his own moral compass and the woman who causes him to rethink those values.
Travel from the streets of Paris where a young man is forced to learn the sometimes seedy art of survival, to the upscale boutiques where he finds a savior in the dynamic Lydia. Will Louis choose to keep the promises made in the darkest moments of his life, or will he find a way to a future he's never yet considered? When faced with the loss of his precious La Lune, will he make the right decision? Who rescues whom and what strange alliances are made?

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