My Review: I absolutely loved this story, it took me a minute to get into it, but once I was in, I couldn’t put it down. I just had to know what happens to Penny on her journey. Her life takes a turn after she separates from her long term boyfriend Geraint. Her job at Little Darlings, a children’s boutique, is fun but, it isn’t her everything. She loves Dolly her ancient VW and other than that her life is pretty empty, until she meets an inspiring flight attendant. Suddenly, she’s in a new life, with new friends and great destinations. As a new flight attendant for Calm Air, her life becomes exciting, Matt a pilot with the same airline catches her eye and he seems to want to know her too. I can’t imagine how it would work with their schedules, but they are so alike you can’t help but root for them. Can they make it work? There are many destinations, twists, and turns as well as some turbulence in this story, but it’s one that will make your heart race and your imagination engage. Gorgeous read. Recommended.

Fly Me to Paris
Penny is not living her best life.
Her job is far from thrilling and her long-term boyfriend shows no sign of wanting to commit.
She has just turned fifty and is going nowhere.
Wanting a new start, Penny applies for a job as cabin crew, to find out if she can push herself out of her comfort zone.
Her new job brings the adventure she craves, even if she does keep bumping into impossibly handsome but deeply annoying pilot, Matt Garcia.
Stuck in Paris on an unscheduled stopover, the chemistry between them grows. But the path of love never did fly smooth, as Matt’s past threatens to come between them.
Beside which, Penny is not looking for love. But what if love finds her?
A romantic, uplifting and inspirational read all about taking chances later in life – fans of Milly Johnson and Sandy Barker will love this!
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Helga Jensen is an award-winning British/Danish best-selling author and journalist. Her debut novel was a winning entry in the 2017 Montegrappa First Fiction competition at Dubai’s Emirates Literary Festival. Her debut was also a contender for the coveted 2021 Joan Hessayon Award for new writers. Helga’s second romantic comedy, A Scandinavian Summer, went straight to number one on the Amazon Kindle charts for Danish travel on its publication day. Helga holds a BA Hons in English Literature and Creative Writing, along with a Creative Writing MA from Bath Spa University. She is currently working on a PhD.
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