New York-based author Rozsa Gaston “writes serious books on playful matters” that intertwine matters of the heart with challenging life choices, history and exotic locales. Often, her protagonists meet suitors in unexpected scenarios that include overseas travel in “Budapest Romance” and “Paris Adieu”; hobbies, as in “Running from Love”; and unlikely job-related encounters, like in “Black is Not a Color.” In each of their journeys, Gaston’s lead character struggles to balance love and career.
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