has been AWARDED
Chill with a Book READERS’ Award
They call her Mamselle Perfidia as in the song. Fans flock to see beautiful Sophie dance in Paris at the home of the Bluebell Girls. Dressers at the Lido wind pearls in her hair and clothe her in delicate lingerie. The patrons sing when she strolls into the spotlight and whisper her name. In auction they pay thousands of dollars for a Perfidia trademark Teddy Bear and a kiss from her soft lips. Wherever she goes she’s recognised, feted and adored. With no place to hide, especially from the four men who claim to love her, Sophie seeks refuge, as did her mother before her, in Virginia, the Old Mill, that shimmering Hall of Mirrors, where shadows linger, and where the Past, and the Present, remain undecided.
Perfidia was read and evaluated by Chill's readers against the following...
Were the characters strong and engaging?
Was the book well written?
Did the plot have you turning the page to find out what happened next?
Was the ending satisfying?
Would you tell your friends?
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