Émile Capet, a sexy French book store owner, has received a request for a certain rare romance book that has him questioning why someone would be fascinated by paved stones. How could they be considered romantic? To him, they were often dangerous.
Avril Paulson, a beautiful American book collector, owns an online book business which allows her to experience a life as, what she calls, a book gypsy. Staying at a client’s apartment in Paris, she finds herself in possession of a much sought after book about romance and cobblestones.
When Émile finds himself rescuing a beautiful woman sprawled out on a cobblestone sidewalk, his conclusion is confirmed; cobblestones are dangerous. Avril's opinion, however, is very different after she is rescued like damsel in distress by a gorgeous Frenchman after tumbling over cobblestones.
Ironically, the two begin an awkward dance of the unknown, contemplating the same question… Cobblestone: dangerous or romantic?
Could it be that it is a little bit of both?