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Travel Secrets: Book Two - Paris and Bordeaux based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Travel Secrets Book Two continues the story of Raquel, in a light-hearted and contemporary romance. Her second trip again challenges who she is and what she stands for. I found the ending of this one pretty predictable, and I have an expectation of where the third book will have Raquel. I found this one to be better than the first because it was a bit more dramatic, but I still feel the romance is a little forced and quick. Something I definitely appreciate in this book is the attempt to discuss femininity and how it conflicts with the process to de-gender languages and create a safe space. I feel like in ways this could have been approached better, but I was surprised to find it in a romance novel like this at all. Something I don't get, is that Raquel just has numerous people throwing themselves at her all the time. I just don't see that happening in a real life situation, but therein lies the fiction, feel good romance.