Blame It on Paris by Laura Florand

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Laura has spent most of her adult life avoiding serious relationships, flitting around the world, and keeping her romantic expectations comfortably low. As far as she’s concerned, chocolate is just as satisfying as true love---and a lot less complicated.

So how has she managed to get involved with a dangerously charming Frenchman named Sébastien? And only weeks before she’s scheduled to leave Paris for good?

The cultural differences alone are enough to kill any relationship. She’s from small-town Georgia. He’s a sophisticated Parisian. They go together like grits and escargot.

But Sébastien isn’t just any Frenchman. He’s a gorgeous, sweet, sexy, graphic artist, and as the days slip by, Laura’s finding it harder and harder to say adieu.

Unless she comes to her senses soon, she could end up ruining her life with a beautiful romance. . . .


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About Laura Florand

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A Fulbright Scholar, Laura Florand has lived in France, Spain, and French Polynesia. For the past several years, she has divided her time between France and the United States. She currently teaches French at Duke University in North Carolina. In real life she married Sé bastien Florand four times in 2002. The number of ceremonies made everyone else think she was crazy but made her French in-laws quite happy. Laura Florand has reviewed restaurants for "Time Out Paris" and has published articles on her travel experiences with various publications, including "Travelers’ Tales" and "Transitions Abroad." A former journalist, she has a string of feature articles to her credit, as well as poetry, short stories, scholarly articles, and translations. She frequently publicizes departmental events to local papers and is responsible for the marketing of her Polynesian dance group, a popular performance group in North Carolina.
 
Published April 21, 2010 by Forge Books. 384 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Cité Universitaire grad student Laura claims to hate her new hometown—which is weird, since she also says that life in Paris is wonderful.

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Florand's debut novel is the semiautobiographical story of the intercontinental courtship of Laura H— and Sébastien Florand.

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