In the second of this city-based series of outstanding erotica stories, a romp through the cobbled streets of the city of light unveils fascinating sexual variations, surrealist kink, and gourmet stories of love and lust that would make even a Frenchman blush!
For many years, Saint-Germain-des-Pres has been a stronghold of sans culottes, a refuge to artists, a paradise for bohemians. It's where Marat printed L'Ami du Peuple and Thomas Paine wrote The Rights of Man. Napoleon, Hemingway, and Sartre have all called it home. Descartes is buried there. Now best-selling author and Paris expert John Baxter takes listeners on a narrative tour of Saint-Germain-des-Pres, which is also where Baxter makes his home.