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Books set in France available for review

if you read in English and are fascinated by books set in France, I have great books available for review: http://francebooktours.comContinue

Started by Emma @ Words And Peace Jun 14, 2013.

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Comment by Fuentes on October 19, 2013 at 8:05am

WINDOW BY MICHELE RENAE
PARIS SECRETS VOL 1

Super sexy and exciting!

I was on board and hooked from the first sentences of this original erotic story. A little voyeurism and exhibitionist, with a hint of feet and high heels fetishism, the story remains yet very classy and very very sexy!

Lucie
http://newbooksonmyselves.blogspot.fr/2013/10/window-by-michele-ren...

Comment by Fuentes on May 24, 2013 at 1:53pm

INK BY AMANDA SUN
PAPER GODS VOL 1

A wonderful change of scenery with a dive into the manners, tales and legends of Japan that suddenly are awaken to light. 
Refreshing, exciting and poetic, this book blew me away.

I liked the supernatural scenes, the fighting ones against the ink, as much as the real fights in Shizuoka's streets and parcs. 
A beautiful novel that won me over.

Lucie
http://newbooksonmyselves.blogspot.fr/2013/05/ink-by-amanda-sun.html

Comment by Fuentes on May 5, 2013 at 12:14pm

GOLDEN BOY BY ABIGAIL TARTTELIN

Amazing, gripping and stunning!I did not expect such a heart-piercing story ...

Max is intersex. He has the same number of female and male chromosomes since his birth.
Max Walker touched me, moved me... I had great difficulty to lay out this book before reaching the last pages. I did not expect such a heart-piercing story ...

Lucie
http://newbooksonmyselves.blogspot.fr/2013/05/golden-boy-by-abigail...

Comment by Fuentes on January 27, 2013 at 6:37am

HOPELESS BY COLLEEN HOOVER


The plot is powerful and tragic. Words are inventive. Emotions are striking. The characters are intriguing with all their secrets. But I was swept off my feet by the rightness of the different reactions and emotions. The mix of vulnerability and strength that echoes the reality of every human being and that the author has been very successfully transcribe.

Lucie
http://newbooksonmyselves.blogspot.fr/2013/01/hopeless-by-colleen-h...

Comment by Harvee Lau on January 18, 2013 at 8:39am

The Woman from Paris by Santa Montefiore, contemporary British romance. Giveaway to Jan. 26. Click title of book to enter.


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Comment by Virginia Llorca on July 26, 2012 at 8:28pm

Do you really know how you would handle it?  Are you sure?  What would you do—what could you do if your first love, the guy that taught you everything about love came back into your life? What if he never really left?  You married someone else, you have kids, you made the good and moral decision to be faithful, to move on.  But this guy is always there for you when you need him the most, and he is so deeply embedded in your heart and soul, there is no saying no.  Can you love two people with complete passion?  Do you feel something must be missing somewhere?  Maybe not.  Sacred Sin, a modern, racy love story lets you decide what is right or wrong, because Jenny can’t.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005H3EW3Q

http://www.smashwords.com/view/85160

Comment by Fuentes on July 22, 2012 at 9:39am

CHAMPAGNE: THE FAREWELL BY JANET HUBBARD

A detective story who match up to the sparkling bubbles of Champagne, a subtle and precious golden nectar where the action takes place.
In a very closed provincial bourgeoisie, the author managed to portray an heavy atmosphere of envy, jealousy and secrets conducive to commit a crime.
A credible novel, well documented, in which the reader really feels to be in the heart of the action.

Lucie
http://newbooksonmyselves.blogspot.fr/2012/07/champagne-farewell-by...


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Comment by C. M. Albrecht on July 15, 2012 at 6:08pm

The last time I was in France I wanted to pick up a copy of Papillon. Being (a) a cheapskate and (b) a flea market addict who loves to chiner, I looked all over for a copy but couldn't find anything. One vendor tried to tell me that a lot of the book had been made up, but I said, so what, it's still a great adventure novel. 

Finally on the Left Bank in a huge bookstore I picked up a brand new copy. I like to read Zola and detective tales of Rouletabille. Voilà, c'est tout pour aujourd'hui.  


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Comment by C. M. Albrecht on July 6, 2012 at 11:16pm

When elderly millionaire Goldberg gets ready to remarry, it’s only natural he should book Le Merle Blanc, the finest restaurant in the city, for his wedding and reception.

Unfortunately most of his family is against the marriage. Most of the bride's family is against the marriage…and most of his employees are against the marriage too.

There’s a lot at stake here, not just unrequited love and mistrust, but the future of a company and millions of dollars.
When Goldberg drops dead during his luncheon, his personal doctor declares it a natural death. The man had a very bad heart, the stress of the wedding itself...he drank too much whiskey and smoked too many cigars…and along with his nitro pills he’d been popping Viagra…(!)

But Chef Blanc, he has the nose, and the nose he smells the foul play. Chef Blanc calls the police. They come, but the coroner agrees that the doctor is probably right. Pending an autopsy, Goldberg's death appears to be perfectly natural.

But wait! To murder a man in his restaurant during a repast he has personally overseen, ah...this is an insult Chef Blanc cannot tolerate. To see justice done, he has to put on his apron right now and cook a killer’s goose, but can he keep the police and some forty guests in his restaurant long enough to prove that his famous nose never errs?

Impeccable, vous me direz !

Deadly Reception from www.writewordsinc. (Print from Cambridge Books). My sites are www.cmalbrecht.com and www.cmalbrecht.wordpress.com


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Comment by Emma @ Words And Peace on June 28, 2012 at 1:28pm

Hello, do you know I have French meme? You can link there any book you review connected with France, one way or another. here is the latest post to do so: http://wordsandpeace.com/2012/06/14/i-love-france-22-pere-lachaise-...

 
 
 

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