Heaven Scent by Sasha Wagstaff – book cover, description, publication history. A warm, witty and wildly romantic read set in the sizzling south of France. When Cat Hayes impulsively marries a handsome, penniless French waiter in St. This is Sasha Wagstaff’s third offering, and it’s safe to say that I’ve been Heaven Scent is based around the Ducasse family, who are giants in.
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But otherwise i loved the book and enjoyed reading it. I enjoyed the romance between Cat and Xavier the most, but there was also much delay, thus frustration. Find a book you’ll love, get our newsletter name email. She lives in Essex with her husband. Great story, few little twists, easy and pure good chick lit.
Click I Have iTunes to open it now. Most of the characters irked me and the plot was a tad unrealistic. I thoroughly enjoyed this easy to read book, well written, I look forward to reading more of Sasha Wagstaff’s books. Opening the iTunes Store. It was heafen gripping family read, but it moved at a good pace so I never got bored.
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Transported me to france, this book did. Sasha’s characters showed hidden depths and I was surprised to see that not all was black and white and I couldn’t easily figur There is just something about Sasha Wagstaff’s books that lure you in. The descriptions of the luxurious lifestyle of wagsgaff super rich, the tangled relationships, and the memorable side characters make for a fun read.
Wagstaff is a brilliant writer, the story just flows so easily and the pages just whizzed by for me. Ik zou echt willen dat ze er een vervolg op schreef!
It’s all because they talked about chemistry and perfumes and i end up completely in love with it. But all in all a good story!
I wish if we could have read more about his behaviors! But then, through a m Full of elegant French chic, fabulous locations and the most beautiful perfumes this book will has you turning each page with lots of unexpected twists and turns from the very start.
It is always good to impress hubbie, who has no time for fiction, always preferring non-fiction, with a piece of information during the course of a conversation, which stops him in his tracks and means that he has to rethink the value of works of fiction. Add to this their cousin Leoni, whose singular focus is on work and unrequited love for her deceased brother’s gorgeous English best friend Ashton.
There is just something about Sasha Wagstaff’s books that lure you in.
Invited by the Ducasse family to their glamorous French mansion, Cat finds the family in chaos. One More Page- I hope you enjoy it, I couldn’t put it down! Using this website means you are okay with this but you can find out more and learn how to manage your cookie choices here. I also learned quite wgastaff bit about the fragrance industry.
This book is engrossing, therefore making the long length unnoticeable and almost negligible. Imprint Headline Review Headline Review.
And dazzles in her ability to capture the reader into the world of perfumes. So when I received a copy of Heaven Scent I was intrigued. The family is very suspicious of her and in some cases rather unkind. Cat Hayes has been widowed after only a few weeks of marriage; she thought she had married a penniless waiter but in fact had tied the knot with Olivier Ducasse who was heir to a huge heafen empire. On a windswept English beach in the early 19 th Century, two women make discoveries that change the world.
She is soon helping the twins deal with the loss of their mother, offering ideas to the business which could do with a fresh perspective and unwittingly wagstaff Xavier’s passion to create a much needed new scent.
It had romance, which made me happy, I like having couples I can ssasha for in a novel. Or will she realise that she is exactly what this mixed-up family truly needs?
Mar 22, Purple rated it really liked it. I know lots of people love France and find it romantic, but for some reason I never have.