“Jan Moran is the new queen of the epic romance.” —USA Today Bestselling Author Rebecca Forster
“Utterly inescapable...Jan Moran's masterful romance comes with a bonus: she interweaves this romantic tale with a behind-the-scenes look at how one makes and sells perfume, an art Ms. Moran is known for internationally. The fascinating result is a tale that rivals Danielle Steele at her romantic best!” —Allegra Jordan, author of The End of Innocence
“A sweeping debut novel about a fearless, headstrong woman. Spanning multiple continents and set against the backdrop of WWII, Jan Moran deftly weaves plotlines and tackles tough issues, all to a satisfying conclusion. Add in glimpses of the high-end fragrance trade, and SCENT OF TRIUMPH offers a thoroughly engaging tale, rich in all five senses.” —Michelle Gable, Author of A Paris Apartment
“A heartbreaking, evocative read that will transport readers to another place and time and not let go. I could not turn the pages fast enough!” —Anita Hughes, Author of Lake Como
“From war-torn Europe to the sunny climes of Southern California, SCENT OF TRIUMPH is a captivating tale of love, loss, determination and reinvention. A page-turner.” —Karen Marin, Givenchy Paris
“Hard to put down…captivating. A "must read" for anyone in the cosmetic industry or even starting a business.” —Marvel Fields, Chairman, American Society of Perfumers
“SCENT OF TRIUMPH is a rich tapestry that weaves fragrance into an already compelling story of love and perseverance during World War II. Jan's skillful writing, combined with her wealth of olfactory knowledge, makes this a great read for all, but especially the perfume enthusiast.” —Karen Adams, Sniffapalooza
JAN MORAN is the author of the books including Fabulous Fragrances I and II, which earned spots on the Rizzoli Bookstore bestseller list. As a fragrance and beauty expert, she has been featured in numerous publications and on television and radio, including CNN, Instyle, and O Magazine, and has spoken before prestigious organizations, including The American Society of Perfumers. She earned her MBA from Harvard Business school and attended the University of California at Los Angeles Extension Writers' Program, studying fiction, nonfiction, and screenwriting.