Paris Dreaming

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  • Paperback
  • 313 pages
  • Paris Dreaming
  • Anita Heiss
  • English
  • 11 November 2018

Paris Dreaming Libby Is On A Man Fast No Romance, No Cheating Men, No Heartbreak After All, She Has Her Three Best Girlfriends And Two Cats To Keep Her Company At Night And Her High Powered Job At The National Aboriginal Gallery In Canberra To Occupy Her Day Isn T That Enough But When Fate Takes Libby To Work In Paris At The Mus E Du Quai Branly, She S Suddenly Thrown Out Of Her Comfort Zone And Into A City Full Of Culture, Fashion, And Love Surrounded By Thousands Of Attentive Men, Nude Poets, Flirtatious Baristas And Smooth Tongued Lotharios, Romance Has Suddenly Become A Lot Tempting On Top Of It All, There S A Chauvinist Colleague At The Muse Who Challenges Libby S Professional Ability And Diplomatic Skills Then There S Libby S New Friend Sorina, A Young Roma Gypsy, Desperate To Escape Deportation Libby Must Protect Her Work Record And Her Friend, But Can She Protect Herself From A Broken Heart

10 thoughts on “Paris Dreaming

  1. Oanh says:

    Enjoyable Followed the usual tropes of romance but was muchintelligent and engaged, in a light hearted, light handed way with political issues.

  2. Kris says:

    I enjoyed it strong woman taking control of her career and having her workplace fund a trip to Paris What s not to like

  3. Jodi Bassett-scarfe says:

    Easy reading, enjoyable fun Great for a quick holiday read

  4. Jgw says:

    I like the idea of this genre but it wasn t really my cup of tea.

  5. Thoraiya says:

    Thanks, Anita, for that imaginary trip to Paris and for pride in world class Aboriginal art

  6. Janet Camilleri says:

    I just couldn t get into this book and gave up after about 80 pages.

  7. Alison Condliffe says:

    A decent holiday read Some clunky writing and a predictable plot, although great setting and liked art references.