Date like a man in the City of Light and Love…Charlotte Summers is a sassy young French teacher two days away from moving to Paris. Love of her life by her side for those romantic kisses walking along the Seine? Check. Dream of studying at the prestigious Sorbonne University? Admission granted. But when she discovers her fiancé's online dating profile and has a little chat with the busty redhead he's been sleeping with on the side, she gives up on committed relationships and decides to navigate Paris on her own. Flings with no strings in the City of Light - mais oui!
Determined to stop other women from finding themselves in her shoes, Charlotte creates an anonymous blog on how to date like a man in the City of Love - that is, how to jump from bed to bed without ever falling in love. But with a slew of Parisian men beating down her door, a hot new neighbor who feeds her chocolate in bed, and an appearance by her ex-fiancé, she isn't so sure she can keep her promise to remain commitment-free. When Charlotte agrees to write an article for a popular women's magazine about her Parisian dating adventures - or disasters, rather - will she risk losing the one man who's swept her off her feet and her dream job in one fell swoop?
©2013 Juliette Sobanet (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
I had push myself to finish this book. I was wondering the whole time if Charlotte was a prepubescent girl. Def cringe worthy. It is simply a badly developed story. Save your credit/money. Just DON'T DO IT!!!
As an artist busy with my hands and eyes I had to give up reading. Then audio books came into my life and I am back to over 200 books a yr.
I was looking forward to this book because Tanya Eby is a good narrator. But the longer the story continued (and it continued and continued) I grew to dislike Charlotte more and more and got very tired of her constant whining and complaining. There was way to much repetition in the dialog. I didn't feel sorry for Charlotte, I felt sorry for the guys. I kept thinking about shutting it off and going on to a more interesting book. But I persevered to the end. The last half hour was the only good part of the book for me. It was a relief when it ended.
"Kept Pressing Play"
I did enjoy the book. easy to listen to and east to keep up with the story. Did kind of remind of How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.
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