Publishers’ Weekly describes Blame It on Paris as “a frothy French confection”, and Booklist calls it “hilarious a fun, frothy tale for anyone who has ever. Laura has spent most of her adult life avoiding serious relationships, flitting And only weeks before she’s scheduled to leave Paris for good?. REVIEW: Blame it on Paris by Laura Florand love the way your redneck Georgia brothers pronounce his name) uncles’ farm outside Paris.
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Blame It On Paris
Can an insecure American woman find happiness with a sexy Parisian waiter even if she doesn’t like the French? And only weeks before she’s scheduled to leave Paris for good? I recommend the blue forand. I did like the depiction of the French family life – it was interesting to read about Sebastien’s family’s traditions and relationships.
Highly enjoyable laurra that made me laugh out loud and be grateful for crazy families. It felt like it jumped from just getting together to making all these life changes for each other.
BLAME IT ON PARIS – Laura Florand
After all, much of it takes place in Paris, and I do have a mild obsession if indeed it is possible to have a mild obsession with anything to do with Paris. She decides to toss her graduate degree for love.
The rest of the book shows her process of growing up, actually getting to know and be included in French culture, and realizing just how wrong all of her initial stereotypes were. I can’t believe that those things really did happen. In addition, if he looks anything like on the cover, yummy.
The humor that is usually in her book was present here and by the time I was done with the book I was pretty happy with it despite all of ups and downs.
I thought the overall story was good, florrand it did seem like it was getting tedious or that it dragged in some places but when it comes to the reality of relationships, different countries and culture it can often blmae that and so I didn’t really think it was too terrible. The family stuff was so great.
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Blame It on Paris
D Other than that, Laura really has a strong voice and her thinking pattern is quite unique, which provides lots of funny moments and many laughs.
Sadly, I didn’t particularly like the character of Laura the protagonist. I really liked this. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you blams to read.
Ok, as you can tell, I really like Paris stories.
Dec 09, Suzie Quint rated it really liked it Shelves: I picked this up thinking it would be a fun When I first started reading this book, I loved it.
I did not realize until I was about a quarter of the way through and looked it up on her website, but this is actually the author’s memoir of how she met her French husband.
A truly delightful memoir of one of my favorite authors, Laura Florand. Florand’s humorous take on American attitudes about the French and vice versa begins stereotypically but evolves as the book progresses. Well, Laura Florand ignored that advice and mixed a Parisian gentleman with a Southern lady, and what she got, predictably, was combustible.
Blame It on Paris by Laura Florand
My husband and anyone who has ever met me, really will tell you that this is a pretty tall order. I loved all the scenes in Paris. I think some of the parts blwme too lengthy, but then I also think the writer was trying to impress how tough this whole situation really was.
We were actually doing better this evening than the last time I had walked across Les Halles, in broad daylight. Open Preview See a Problem? Note that this is a memoir! Actually, I didn’t finish this book.
Anyway this book is autobiographical I think. It’s nice to know people really do fall in love outside of fiction! I decided to simply put it down and leave it unfinished. Trivia About Blame It on Paris. I liked this a lot! I realize that it’s the love story with Sebastien that’s the center of the story here and not her adoration of Ut and the French, but she has a tendency to come off as culturally superior.