Kandace Miller is a star student who stays on the straight-and-narrow path of her perfectly planned life.
Olivier DeMarche always chooses the shortcut in life, wanting the easy way in and out of every situation.
One beautiful American.
One sexy Frenchman.
Five days in Paris.
That's all it takes to ignite a spark into a flame. But when two opposites attract, can the language of love keep them together. Or will they be Lost in Translation?
What did you love best about Lost in Translation?
I thought it was a really sweet story. A little shorter than I normally would have picked, I was glad I gave it a shot. I really liked the extended epilogue.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Lost in Translation?
The little twist at the end was a surprise I didn't see coming. I was wondering how it was going to end.
Which character – as performed by Maren McGuire – was your favorite?
I think she really did a good job on all of them. I thought her voice really matched the age of the characters and she did a really good job with the French!
Any additional comments?
Thank you S. L. Scott for picking me to receive a copy of this audiobook. I might normally have overlooked it just due to length, but really enjoyed the story. I thought it was a very sweet romance and the extended epilogue really tied it all together for me.