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Sunday, 3 August 2014

Reviews: Confessions of a Paris Party Girl - Vicki Lesage

Confessions of a Paris Party GirlConfessions of a Paris Party Girl by Vicki Lesage
Lynn's rating: 4 of 5 stars

Vicky needed a change from her mid-western life. Well what's a girl to do except move to Paris. After back-packing through Europe during collage breaks she wanted to try living there. Where better way to continue with her love affair with wine. This book was smart, sassy and fun. Trying to live in a new city with basic French, having to make all new friends and still have the time of your life. Everything from finding her apartment the first time to placing adds for meeting friends, Vicki turns it into an adventure. you feel as if you are on the journey with her. She takes you to places most people will never get to see and gives you such a vivid accounting of them you can picture them in your mind. Some of the situations she finds herself in has your giggling out loud. it is such a wonderful accounting of everyday Paris life.
The book was one of the better chick lit books I have read in a long time. Vicki keeps you turning pages just so see what she has happen to her next. She is extremely resourceful, where most people would have melted down, she takes it in stride. The characters are well developed from the creepy guy to the man she falls in love with. She gives it all to you from the good, bad and ugly with a refreshing view-point.


Confessions of a Paris Party Girl
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Wine, romance, and French bureaucracy - the ups and downs of an American's life in Paris. This laugh-out-loud memoir is almost too funny to be true!

Drinking too much bubbly. Meeting sappy Frenchmen who have girlfriends or are creeps or both. Encountering problème after problème with French bureaucracy. When newly-single party girl Vicki moved to Paris, she was hoping to taste wine, stuff her face with croissants, and maybe fall in love.

In her first book, this long-time blogger and semi-professional drinker recounts the ups and downs of her life in Paris. Full of sass, shamefully honest admissions, and situations that seem too absurd to be true, Vicki makes you feel as if you're stumbling along the cobblestones with her.

Will she find love? Will she learn to consume reasonable amounts of alcohol? Will the French administration ever cut her a break?

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the review! Glad you enjoyed it. And thanks for reminding me about the creepy guy. Somehow I'd almost managed to forget him!

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