A rich tapestry that weaves fragrance into an already compelling story of love and perseverance during WWII!
Paris-born Danielle Bretancourt von Hoffman is a modern young woman with an incredibly keen sense of smell, making her a naturally gifted perfumer.
In the early days of WWII, Danielle’s family is ripped apart by the violence and hysteria spreading across Europe. Separated from her husband and son, Danielle flees with her remaining family members to America. Determined to survive, Danielle does the only thing she can to save her family. She creates a perfume so spectacular it changes the course of her life forever.
This book is free 10/17 – 10/18.
As a fragrance and beauty expert, Jan Moran has been featured in numerous publications and on television and radio, including CNN, Women’s Wear Daily, Allure, and O Magazine. As an editor and writer, she has covered fragrance, beauty, and spa travel for a variety of publications. She is the founder and creator of Scentsa, a touch-screen software program at Sephora stores in the US, Canada, France, Mexico, Brazil, and Denmark.
As a speaker, consultant, and major brand/retailer spokesperson, she has spoken before numerous groups, including Fashion Group International, The Fragrance Foundation, and The American Society of Perfumers. She has represented brands and retailers in media on behalf of several PR companies, including Edelman and DeVries.
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