The Paris Affair by Pip Drysdale
This was an entertaining, twisty read. Life is messy and complex and I love the way that the author reflects this in her characters. Harper doesn't always make the best choices and the people around her aren't always as helpful or supportive as they could be. Noah is a complex character in his own right, not quite squeaky clean but perhaps not the person that many make him out to be. The supporting cast make for interesting characters of their own, from the manipulative but supposedly talentless Sabrine who doesn't deserve her fate to Thomas the jilted lover who may not be as gullible as he appears on the surface. As always, Pip Drysdale creates an entertaining mystery with plenty of twists and an outcome that I did not predict.