The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale
The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale__after
The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale_top
The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale__right

Minimal signs of wear. Ships direct from Amazon!
See more
Sold by Violonick and fulfilled by Amazon.
[{"displayPrice":"$13.99","priceAmount":13.99,"currencySymbol":"$","integerValue":"13","decimalSeparator":".","fractionalValue":"99","symbolPosition":"left","hasSpace":false,"showFractionalPartIfEmpty":true,"offerListingId":"X%2FJjpwVrGjeYgKQBoK3sr4ST1dNNBBW%2BphSupU3%2F1AMjSEO7d9TwoBuLIq6GfUeYGCF0d7ER2oiEk9DXKa6Gy6YwM9UOtD8PPEu5zd8bQCyKh24nceq%2FpntEkrR0NhRi%2B%2B20KVmqezpFmvmAIM3lHg%3D%3D","locale":"en-US","buyingOptionType":"NEW"},{"displayPrice":"$7.84","priceAmount":7.84,"currencySymbol":"$","integerValue":"7","decimalSeparator":".","fractionalValue":"84","symbolPosition":"left","hasSpace":false,"showFractionalPartIfEmpty":true,"offerListingId":"X%2FJjpwVrGjeYgKQBoK3sr4ST1dNNBBW%2BhjyWutwlLXcXzz9EXcHbhFoG7spRwVjSQd5sjrY2unILR07FCRn8XUDsAK5wI%2B7ICQhcHxfCKEsiXwmQ9E3W4CX8tHyiS%2FXczhW1Z36I72cTj8%2FFDhnQHZd541Qvejy6u5erXwqyt%2Br8TDaE2It7tioSabEZzOfa","locale":"en-US","buyingOptionType":"USED"}]
$$13.99 () Includes selected options. Includes initial monthly payment and selected options. Details
Price
Subtotal
$$13.99
Subtotal
Initial payment breakdown
Shipping cost, delivery date, and order total (including tax) shown at checkout.
ADD TO LIST
Available at a lower price from other sellers that may not offer free Prime shipping.
SELL ON AMAZON
Share this product with friends
Text Message
WhatsApp
Copy
press and hold to copy
Email
Facebook
Twitter
Pinterest
Loading your book clubs
There was a problem loading your book clubs. Please try again.
Not in a club? Learn more
Join or create book clubs
Choose books together
Track your books
Bring your club to Amazon Book Clubs, start a new book club and invite your friends to join, or find a club that’s right for you for free. Explore Amazon Book Clubs
Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.
The Amazon Book Review
Book reviews, interviews, editors'' picks, and more.
Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.

Frequently bought together

+
+
Choose items to buy together.
Buy all three: $34.78
$13.99
$15.99
$4.80
Some of these items ship sooner than the others.
Total price:
To see our price, add these items to your cart.

Frequently bought together

by Kathleen Tessaro
$13.99
FREE Shipping on orders over $25.00.
In Stock.
Ships from and sold by Amazon.com.
by Kathleen Tessaro
$15.99
FREE Shipping on orders over $25.00.
Only 17 left in stock (more on the way).
Ships from and sold by Amazon.com.
by Kathleen Tessaro
$4.80
$3.99 shipping
In stock.
Usually ships within 2 to 3 days.
Ships from and sold by Fifty Third Street Books.
Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.

Book details

Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.

Description

Product Description

A remarkable novel about secrets, desire, memory, passion, and possibility.

Newlywed Grace Monroe doesn’t fit anyone’s expectations of a successful 1950s London socialite, least of all her own. When she receives an unexpected inheritance from a complete stranger, Madame Eva d’Orsey, Grace is drawn to uncover the identity of her mysterious benefactor.

Weaving through the decades, from 1920s New York to Monte Carlo, Paris, and London, the story Grace uncovers is that of an extraordinary women who inspired one of Paris’s greatest perfumers. Immortalized in three evocative perfumes, Eva d’Orsey’s history will transform Grace’s life forever, forcing her to choose between the woman she is expected to be and the person she really is.

The Perfume Collector explores the complex and obsessive love between muse and artist, and the tremendous power of memory and scent.

Review

The Perfume Collector is a crackling, beautifully paced story that weaves the world of fragrance into the lives of two vibrant women in a way few have experienced. Inhale deeply--a new way of telling a story of the heart.” -- Kate Alcott, author of The Dressmaker

“Fragrance, fashion, and a puzzling bequest lead a 1950s British socialite into a whirl of Parisian intrigue in Kathleen Tessaro’s The Perfume Collector.” -- Good Housekeeping

“A colorful, stimulating journey through time.” -- Kirkus

“A bewitching, compelling novel, full of dark desires, long-buried secrets, revisited memories, and new opportunities.” -- Booklist

“Dazzles the senses.” -- Publishers Weekly

“Beautiful imagery and prose are the strong points of this seductive story that paints the most bewitching picture imaginable of perfume creation and the muses who inspire it. The themes are brilliant . . . and likely to leave readers feeling awestruck by the end of this classy and unforgettable novel.” -- Romantic Times

“A mesmerising novel of passion and scent.” -- Woman and Home (UK)

“This evocative novel spins you back a few decades to the 20s and 50s where a young bride suppresses her intellect to be the trophy wife her husband desires. She is devasted when he is unfaithful but could it be the making of her?” -- Glamour (UK)

“Through vivid descriptions, lively mishaps and devastating details, Tessaro serves up a witty, original, fast-moving debut.” -- USA Today on Elegance

“Witty…proves that confidence never goes out of fashion.” -- Glamour on Elegance

“A compelling plot in a truly magical Parisian setting, fascinating information about the way perfume is made, and great secondary characters make this a charming read. . . . Readers of the works of Emily Griffin and Laura Florand will enjoy.” -- Library Journal

“A lovely tale of a young woman in London who receives a mysterious inheritance that brings her to Paris and eventually to an old perfume shop. . . . Sigh.” -- NY Daily News, The Summer''s Best Beach Reads

From the Back Cover

London, 1955: Grace Monroe is a fortunate young woman. Despite her sheltered upbringing in Oxford, her recent marriage has thrust her into the heart of London''s most refined and ambitious social circles. However, playing the role of the sophisticated socialite her husband would like her to be doesn''t come easily to her—and perhaps never will.

Then one evening a letter arrives from France that will change everything. Grace has received an inheritance from a mysterious benefactor, Eva d''Orsey, whom she''s never met.

So begins a search that takes Grace to a long-abandoned perfume shop on Paris''s Left Bank, where she discovers the seductive world of perfumers and their muses, and a surprising love story. Told by invoking the three distinctive perfumes she inspired, Eva d''Orsey''s story weaves through the decades, from 1920s New York to Monte Carlo, Paris, and London.

But these three perfumes hold secrets. And as Eva''s past and Grace''s future intersect, Grace must choose between the life she thinks she should live and the person she is truly meant to be.

About the Author

Kathleen Tessaro is the author of Elegance, Innocence, The Flirt, The Debutante, The Perfume Collector, and Rare Objects. She lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with her husband and son.

Product information

Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.

Videos

Help others learn more about this product by uploading a video!
Upload video
Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.

Customers who bought this item also bought

Customer reviews

4.5 out of 54.5 out of 5
2,660 global ratings

Top reviews from the United States

K K Schwartz
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Typos corrected
Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2017
This is a marvelous book. I never knew the intricacies of perfume. I am jealous that I can''t decipher the scents of my perfume as described in this novel. Moreover, I wish there was a perfume maker in my area for them to create my very own scent. That being said, the author... See more
This is a marvelous book. I never knew the intricacies of perfume. I am jealous that I can''t decipher the scents of my perfume as described in this novel. Moreover, I wish there was a perfume maker in my area for them to create my very own scent. That being said, the author has taken the reader back and forth between two lives, an English girl and a French girl, and their time periods. It was remarkable how everything came together for the ending. Some of the heroes the reader will encounter are "tainted" to some degree, but they have been realistically portrayed. All of us know someone who is so gifted, they become self-destructive. I highly recommend this book. Other reviewers complained about the editing. The publisher must have listened, because my Kindle edition is very readable with few typos.
38 people found this helpful
Helpful
Report
Book Lover
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A Classic
Reviewed in the United States on August 12, 2017
This was a very entertaining book for those who enjoyed The Paris Architect or A Perfumer''s Secret. It alternates stories from the perspective of Grace Monroe, young upper class London wife of the 1950''s and a poor young orphan Eva D''Orsey, originally from France, whose... See more
This was a very entertaining book for those who enjoyed The Paris Architect or A Perfumer''s Secret. It alternates stories from the perspective of Grace Monroe, young upper class London wife of the 1950''s and a poor young orphan Eva D''Orsey, originally from France, whose story plays out beginning in the 1920''s. The fates of these two are connected when Grace discovers she has been named the sole heir of Eva, recently deceased. The fact that Grace has never heard of Eva provides an intriguing mystery. The switching of settings, historical periods and society perspectives makes for a very entertaining story, especially for those fascinated as I am by tales of Europe in the years leading up to the Second World War. Lyrical descriptions of perfumes and the process of creating them add almost a spiritual element to the novel. It certainly made me think about the world of fragrance in a whole new light.
24 people found this helpful
Helpful
Report
DS Brooks
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good story
Reviewed in the United States on March 11, 2018
I enjoyed the story. I liked the characters and the way the tale is unraveled. The one thing that I did not like were the grammatical errors that any editor should have caught. Simple things like using the wrong suffix on the right word or the wrong gender pronoun. I... See more
I enjoyed the story. I liked the characters and the way the tale is unraveled. The one thing that I did not like were the grammatical errors that any editor should have caught. Simple things like using the wrong suffix on the right word or the wrong gender pronoun. I realize it has little bearing on the story itself, but they''re glaring to me and most annoying.
19 people found this helpful
Helpful
Report
Bbooks
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not what I expected.
Reviewed in the United States on December 23, 2020
Most people assume that a muse is a creature of perfect beauty, poise and grace. Like the creatures from Greek mythology. They''re wrong. In fact, there should be a marked absence of perfection in a muse--a gaping hole between what she is and what she might be. The ideal... See more
Most people assume that a muse is a creature of perfect beauty, poise and grace. Like the creatures from Greek mythology. They''re wrong. In fact, there should be a marked absence of perfection in a muse--a gaping hole between what she is and what she might be. The ideal muse is a woman whose rough edges and contradictions drive you to fill in the blanks of her character. She is the irritant to your creativity. A remarkable possibility, waiting to be formed.”
― Kathleen Tessaro, The Perfume Collector

Edited for spelling and content: review itself from awhile ago:

This is an example of a book that was very different than what I''d expected.

While I enjoyed this book, and loved the settings particularly Paris, I did feel myself sort of rushing through it. I found both stories to be interesting but what I wanted was more about the perfume industry which, based on the book''s description, I thought it was going to be about.

I am a huge fan of....well...perfume. I wanted to be swept away into the intoxicating world of the perfume industry.

But For a book that is supposed to be about perfume and its muses, we do not get alot of that. I felt it was a bit Noirish in some places, particularly Eve''s story. And while I generally like Noir, I did not like it here. I wanted to be enveloped into the world of perfume. And that did not happen as much as I would have liked.

I also found one woman''s story way more interesting then the other. But neither of them really grabbed me if I am being honest.

There was also a "twist". No spoiler..you will be able to guess it. I did. I guessed the twist almost immediately but I kind of felt we were supposed to if that makes sense.

On a positive note, I did get drawn into these women''s lives and I cared about them. I think that overall this was an interesting read, just very different then I thought it would be.

SPOILERS:

The ending was not what I expected and not very realistic. The husband barely had a speaking role in the book. I wanted a confrontation between him and Grace. There is barely that and I must admit I wasn''t thrilled when I finished.

I guess I have mixed feelings..which is what a 3 rating is all about! Some may love it, some may hate it, I kinda sorta liked it but not all that much.Three stars seems fair.
One person found this helpful
Helpful
Report
Paper paige
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Food and smells
Reviewed in the United States on October 16, 2018
It is a combination of romance, mystery, and historical fiction. The story is crafted around serious descriptive imagery of foods and smells. The chapters switch between two main characters, Grace and Eva: Grace, a 30-something year old lady in the 1950s... See more
It is a combination of romance, mystery, and historical fiction. The story is crafted around serious descriptive imagery of foods and smells.
The chapters switch between two main characters, Grace and Eva:

Grace, a 30-something year old lady in the 1950s living in Britain, receives notice that she is heir to a will consisting of great wealth. However, she does not know the lady (Eva) who has left her this fortune, so she then embarks on a quest to solve the pieces to this puzzle of their relationship. Grace flies from Britain to France to speak with the legal representatives who then confirm it is not a mistake. When she finally finds an abandoned perfume shop, she begins to get answers. While uncovering her past, she begins to question her current marriage and purpose.

Eva, a young teenage girl in the 1920s, is taken in by her Uncle who then pawns her off to a hotel to provide her with a place to stay in exchange for maid service. The reader watches Eva transform from her teen years to her young adult years. Eva encounters many unfortunate events throughout her life which makes the reader early on wonder how she could leave such a fortune...

I took one star off only because I was able to solve the "mystery" before I would have liked to.
There are some sexual scenes, so this story is not recommended for young readers or those who are easily offended by illicit language.
3 people found this helpful
Helpful
Report
L.D
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
SMELL IT LIKE IT IS....
Reviewed in the United States on December 17, 2017
I must admit that this title did not strike me as very interesting, yet it was odd enough to make me curious. I ended up completing the book in one day, and enjoyed it very much. Although the story is predictable In some ways it is a story well told.The characters Drew me... See more
I must admit that this title did not strike me as very interesting, yet it was odd enough to make me curious. I ended up completing the book in one day, and enjoyed it very much. Although the story is predictable In some ways it is a story well told.The characters Drew me in. I enjoyed the information, or maybe the Word is philosophy, about the complex power In our Unique sense of Smell. It is true that very core Memories are often linked to a scent, Transfering us back to that moment...I did thoroughly Enjoy the ''final pieces'' of the puzzle, leaving (almost) no questions unanswered. ...I read For pleasure, and also For enlightenment....this Book came through on both counts.
12 people found this helpful
Helpful
Report
marecat
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great story... horrible audio voice
Reviewed in the United States on December 4, 2020
I got this through audible. I wish they had a longer audible sample because I would not have bought it. The narrator’s delivery was completely drone and without any inflection. This is a wonderful story and deserves a more skilled narrator-perhaps an actor who understands... See more
I got this through audible. I wish they had a longer audible sample because I would not have bought it. The narrator’s delivery was completely drone and without any inflection. This is a wonderful story and deserves a more skilled narrator-perhaps an actor who understands delivery. I switched back to my Kindle.

My biggest complaint with Audible is both with the aural delivery (generally women with helium voices) and narrators who need more experience with how to tell a story,
One person found this helpful
Helpful
Report
Penelope James
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The power of smells
Reviewed in the United States on March 16, 2014
This book has much to recommend it: stunning sensory descriptions, an intriguing if somewhat obvious plot whereby Grace, a London housewife in the 50''s, inherits an apartment in Paris from a woman unknown to her. The first half of the book lives up to expectations starting... See more
This book has much to recommend it: stunning sensory descriptions, an intriguing if somewhat obvious plot whereby Grace, a London housewife in the 50''s, inherits an apartment in Paris from a woman unknown to her. The first half of the book lives up to expectations starting with Eva at the end of her life. “The doctor understood nothing. He didn’t know what it was like to live between memory and regret with nothing to numb it.” The second half disappoints as if parts were edited out and others added. Quick solutions, fewer insights, great build up but fails to connect in the end.

However, this book is one of the kind that will stay with me and I may want to re-read for the sheer enjoyment of the wonderful descriptions. “The world is defined by smells—not words or shapes or sounds. This is the language that makes sense, that everyone understands. In the silence of fragrance, Eva saw how ambiguous, complex stories could be told. You could be laughing in public yet wear, right on the surface of your skin, a perfume ripe with longing, dripping with regret, shining with hope, all at the same time. It would fade as the day faded.” The reader will remember Eva even though her metamorphosis from chamber maid to gambler to older woman is glossed over much too fast as is her defining role during WWII.

Grace also changes from dependent housewife to understanding who she is and how she will lead her life in the future.
2 people found this helpful
Helpful
Report

Top reviews from other countries

Lynda Kelly
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A Little Laborious At Times
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 1, 2016
While this was a lovely book (with a beautiful cover) I found I had to labour through it taking 6 days because some daft mistakes totally let it down. It meant I had no inclination to pick it up again for a couple of days. Such a shame but I find myself shutting down and...See more
While this was a lovely book (with a beautiful cover) I found I had to labour through it taking 6 days because some daft mistakes totally let it down. It meant I had no inclination to pick it up again for a couple of days. Such a shame but I find myself shutting down and losing interest as soon as mistakes start happening. I was surprised it was full of Americanised spellings till I saw the author was probably sticking to her roots. She kept capitalising the word Hotel for some reason as well the whole way through which I found peculiar. Peaked was used when piqued was meant and a lot of "little" words were missing from sentences such as with "Trapped in the body of man with no musical ability" or "....from Scotland to empty house" or "..balanced on top of ladder". Annoying and careless. There were a couple of HUGE ouches when names morphed into different ones-Waverley altering to Waverly and Grace to Graced !! The really laborious times were having to keep flicking over to a translation page as there was a lot of French used. I got my O''Level but that was over 30 years ago so I needed to have to keep looking a lot up which was tiresome. It had some very humorous little moments in it, a couple making me laugh aloud. I''d try another by this author but if it has as many mistakes it will be my last time, sadly.
4 people found this helpful
Report
Laura Boyd
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A Beautifully Captivating Plot
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 25, 2018
A compelling read littered with warmth and tragedy. A realistic view at how easily vulnerability when exploited can lead to damaged persons that yield to controlling characters and their climate and become a plethora of personalities to survive. The main character is...See more
A compelling read littered with warmth and tragedy. A realistic view at how easily vulnerability when exploited can lead to damaged persons that yield to controlling characters and their climate and become a plethora of personalities to survive. The main character is complex and at times dark and enigmatic whilst still retaining an underlying purity and vulnerability throughout. A journey of survival, betrayal and love of the strongest kind; a mothers. It keeps you turning the pages until the very last page! The most riveting page turner I’ve read in years. One to keep on the shelf and read again.
2 people found this helpful
Report
Susanna
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Sadly disappointing
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 10, 2019
The idea is great but its execution less so. The writing does not flow. I also found some of the perfumery descriptions and hint at formulations at odds with the rest of the story - as if they had been written by someone other than the author or styled by a perfume blogger....See more
The idea is great but its execution less so. The writing does not flow. I also found some of the perfumery descriptions and hint at formulations at odds with the rest of the story - as if they had been written by someone other than the author or styled by a perfume blogger. The main character was built up and then fell into the abyss, the support characters and stories varied in depth. This book could have done with being longer so some of the fascinating tales and comparisons between different periods in history could have been developed. There was a spark but it never fully ignited for me.
Report
KaloSky
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The Perfume Collector
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 24, 2014
I was pleasantly surprised by this book. The author manages to alternate between different time periods and different characters’ points of view very skilfully; the story is easy for the reader to follow without getting confused, but there are also careful overlaps and...See more
I was pleasantly surprised by this book. The author manages to alternate between different time periods and different characters’ points of view very skilfully; the story is easy for the reader to follow without getting confused, but there are also careful overlaps and interactions between the times periods from chapter to chapter. The book portrays the cultural changes of past eras and the shifting of dominant opinions on such issues as sex, marriage and parenthood. The story involves consideration of women’s roles within the workplace and family, and their relations with men, and the positives and negatives of the traditions upheld during different time periods. We are shown those who are entrenched in the dominant moral standards of the day and those who challenge them. One of the challenges which the author took on is to convey intricate scents through the medium of words – how do you describe the smell of a perfume? Scents are portrayed in The Perfume Collector by reminding the reader of how a scent can trigger a memory of a particular place, or the emotion associated with a particular person. For more specific descriptions, the text refers to the natural smells a particular perfume contains - the smells of flowers and plants, of the air when it’s raining or when it’s snowing, of the various ingredients still used in perfumes with which the reader may be familiar. But it also talks about more exotic ingredients, which readers may not be able to associate with a smell they remember, and in these cases the surprise of learning that various unpleasant-sounding ingredients feature in perfume may make up for the limitations in the author’s ability to describe smells in writing. Perhaps the ending is a little too easy to suspect before the reader reaches it, but The Perfume Collector is nevertheless an intriguing mystery with likeable characters.
One person found this helpful
Report
Aurora
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Summer afternoon reading.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 15, 2014
That the outcome of this book is inevitable from the beginning does not detract from the story. To steal and rework a phrase spoken by Grace, the author weaves a beautiful net to build the tale upon. Despite the inevitability of the ending, the story does have a few...See more
That the outcome of this book is inevitable from the beginning does not detract from the story. To steal and rework a phrase spoken by Grace, the author weaves a beautiful net to build the tale upon. Despite the inevitability of the ending, the story does have a few surprises in store for the reader. It is well told and leads the reader on to each new chapter with a sense of anticipation. I don''t normally like stories which are set in more than one era and jump between them, but this one worked very well and the transitions were pretty smooth, all of which meant I didn''t mind it as much as usual. I did enjoy the descriptions of the scents and the creation of the essential oils and accords which go to making perfume, even the less appealing aspects of the process. There is something very luxuriant about the idea of having a perfume created solely for one person; I will never be so blasé about my perfume again even though it is not individually created for me. I was charmed by the story and spent a peaceful afternoon losing myself in it.
3 people found this helpful
Report
See all reviews
Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.

Customers who viewed this item also viewed

Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.

What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?

Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.

Pages with related products.

  • british historical fiction
  • rare books

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale

The new arrival Perfume discount Collector: A Novel outlet sale