I'm easily sold on any novel set in Paris, and Juliet Blackwell's The Paris Key provides a beautiful Parisian setting along with some family secrets and a woman trying to start her life anew.
Genevieve's uncle has always run a locksmith shop in Paris - at least for as long as Genevieve has known him. After his death, and attempting to start over after her failed marriage, Genevieve decides to move to Paris and take over her uncle's business.
The novel moves back and forth in time with portions of it being told by Genevieve's mother, a woman who is no longer alive and who has kept some secrets from her family.
Blackwell's story is entertaining and enjoyable along with a few secrets thrown in to add some suspense.
Published just today, The Paris Key is worth checking out.