French Trysts by Kirsten Lobe
Secrets of a Courtesan

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Somewhere between dating and eternal bliss lies a secret world of glamour, opulence, decadence and the real amorous adventures of the haut monde.
Paris is a sexy, sinful romantic playground--and what could be more thrilling than to be an American girl let loose in the City of Lights? Alexandra Ward is a Sorbonne student with a fabulous French boyfriend who's just gone AWOL and a growing love affair with all things Parisian.  She realizes her new life a la Francais feels entirely like play-acting--in a good way.  But what happens when a playful flirtation with the CEO of an international luxury conglomerate turns into not just a "dejeuner"--lunch-- at the Ritz, but diving for canary diamonds in the famous swimming pool of the Hotel Ritz? And when that same Master of the Monde (who just happens to be married, bien sur) asks Alexandra to be something more than a date but something, well, different than a girlfriend?
French Trysts is about slipping into a new life like it's a couture suit, about the thrill of seeing what really goes on behind the gated Hotel Particuliers of the rich and famous Bon Ton de Paris, about the power of sex and the redemption of true romance.
Praise for Kirsten Lobe's Paris Hangover:
"A witty mousse."--Jacquelyn Mitchard, author of The Deep End of the Ocean
"Wickedly entertaining."--Chicago Tribune
"Decadent, sexy."--Frederic Beigbeder, author of 99 Francs and L'égoïste romantique

About Kirsten Lobe

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KIRSTEN LOBE is a former fashion designer, and the author of the novels Paris Hangover and French Trysts. She has lived in Tokyo, New York, Paris and Lake Geneva, and is now a citizen of the world.
Published June 26, 2007 by St. Martin's Griffin. 353 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Turning tricks for Mikimoto pearls and Cartier watches doesn’t give Alexandra the slightest cause for moral pause.

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