BOOK FEATURE: “The Milliner’s Secret”


“The Milliner’s Secret” by Natalie Meg Evans

Blurb: An epic and heart-wrenching love story set in wartime Paris, from the 2015 Romance Writers of America Awards shortlisted author.

London,1937. A talented young woman travels to Paris with a stranger. The promise of an exciting career as a milliner beckons, but she is about to fall in love with the enemy…

Londoner Cora Masson has reinvented herself as Coralie de Lirac, fabricating an aristocratic background to launch herself as a fashionable milliner. When the Nazis invade, the influence of a highranking lover, Dietrich, saves her business.

But while Coralie retains her position as designer to a style-hungry elite, Paris is approaching its darkest hour.

Faced with the cruel reality of war and love, Coralie must make a difficult choice – protect herself or find the courage to fight for her friends, her freedom and everything she believes in.

A breathtakingly beautiful and evocative tale for readers of The Book ThiefOne Lavender Ribbon, and Suite Francaise.

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NatalieMegEvans**About author, Natalie Meg Evans: In the late 1970s, Natalie Meg Evans ran away from art college in the Midlands for a career in London’s fringe theatre. She spent five years acting, before giving it up to work in PR. Natalie’s writing has also won the Harry Bowling Prize, placed third for the RWA’s Golden Pen Award and was nominated for the 2013 Daphne Du Maurier Award.

Her first novel The Dress Thief was recently released in the USA.

**Contact the author: Website   Facebook   Twitter

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**Books by Natalie Meg Evans:


Recognition for Natalie’s debut novel, The Dress Thief:

  • WINNER – 2014 Festival of Romantic Fiction’s Best Historical Read.
  • WINNER – 2015 Public Book Awards.
  • Shortlisted – 2015 Romance Writers of America RITA Award – Best First Book.

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