Paris Adieu by Rozsa Gaston

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If you enjoyed Elaine Dundy's The Dud Avocado or Diane Johnson's Le Divorce -- Fasten your seat belt for a sensual ride through the sights, sounds, and smells of Paris in Paris Adieu, Book I of the Ava Series.

Paris Adieu will teach you three important life lessons:How to be comfortable in your own skinHow to fake it till you make itHow to overcome sugar cravings forever and learn to eat like the svelte success story you will become.The first time Ava Fodor visits Paris as a nineteen-year old au pair, she has no idea who she is. Paris captivates Ava, introducing her to the type of woman she'd like to become. Her French boyfriend introduces her to the concept of being comfortable in her own skin. She's intrigued. If only she knew how...

When she gets into Yale, she returns home, but four years later she's back for an encounter with a Frenchman that awakens her to womanhood. If only she could stay...

Five years later, Ava returns to Paris as a singer/pianist. She meets Arnaud, a foreign correspondent, who captures her heart, but tortures her with long absences. While he's away, she throws herself into songwriting where she achieves an authenticity she doesn't feel onstage. With the help of Arnaud's childhood friend Pierre, who appreciates Ava's original songs in a way Arnaud doesn't, Ava takes the reins of her own future. Armed with the lessons Paris has taught her, she bids adieu to Arnaud, Pierre and her very first love--the City of Light. But will the one man who truly understands her follow?

Paris Adieu is Book I of the Ava Series: Ava Fodor's journey of self discovery, continued in Black is Not a Color.
 

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Published September 5, 2012 by Stay Playful Press. 292 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Travel. Non-fiction