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by Nancy Robards Thompson

eBook What Happens In Paris (Stays In Paris?) download ISBN: 0373230567
Author: Nancy Robards Thompson
Publisher: Harlequin Next; Original edition (December 27, 2005)
Language: English
ePub: 1804 kb
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Contemporary

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What Happens in Paris book. Award winning author Nancy Robards Thompson lives and writes in Florida, but her imagination transports her all over the world. She's worked a myriad of jobs including television show stand-in; production and extras casting for movies; and several mind-numbing jobs in the fashion industry and public relations.

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What Happens in Paris Литагент HarperCollins EUR Nancy Thompson Robards and the sign that your husband is ga. here's an article in the newspaper telling you so. With a photo, no less. OKAY, so in retrospect, maybe there were other signs that all was not well in Annabelle Essex's eighteen-year-old marriage. What Happens in Paris (STAYS IN PARIS?) Nancy Robards Thompson ww. illsandboon. uk) Dear Reader, I’m a firm believer in the old adage, When one door closes a window opens.

Thompson did a wonderful job! I also like how the book has a good message to send. This was definitely not a book where you know on page one who's going to end up with who and flip to page 191 to see it happen. Nancy's writing for NEXT shows us a new take on romance themes, and I'm waiting for the next one. (No pun intended.

We are like Rottentomatoes or Metacritic for books. We also do book giveaways. 3) by Nancy Robards Thompson is an interesting, if largely unrealistic, look at the artistic life.

Nancy Robards Thompson has reinvented herself numerous times. That’s exactly what happens to Annabelle Essex in my NEXT novel, What Happens in Paris (Stays in Paris?). In the process, she’s worked a myriad of jobs, including newspaper reporting; television show stand-in; production and casting extras for movies; and several mind-numbing jobs in the fashion industry and public relations. She earned a degree in journalism only to realize that reporting just the facts bored her silly. The end of her marriage opens the door for her to discover her authentic self and fulfill unrequited dreams.

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Comments: (5)
BroWelm
Love, Love, Loved this book. So much I accidentally bought two.
Rit
For almost two decades Annabelle Essex thought her marriage was pretty solid. Their son was in college. That all changes when her spouse is arrested in an incident that makes it into the newspaper with a picture worth a thousand words informing her that her spouse is gay.

Since she hates her job and her husband has been outed and wants out of their marriage, Annabelle wonders if this might be a good time to fulfill the dream of three months in the Left Banke in Paris. She begins to paint and encouraged by her sister travels to Paris where she meets a younger sculptor Jean Luc Le Garric who stirs her hormones, but she remains raw from her spousal debacle.

Annabelle is an intriguing protagonist struggling with what she perceives is a betrayal that makes her reassess her values starting with men, employment, and what she really wants out of life. The romance in Paris is fun to follow though some of the fortyish Annabelle's reactions to other women in Jean Luc's life seem to fast for someone whom was happily married for eighteen years just a few weeks ago. Fans will enjoy this tale of a woman trying to rediscover herself following a shocking revelation that turns her belief system upside down.

Harriet Klausner
Ballardana
I just finished this book with a smile on my face. It was a quick read and definitely worth picking up and reading. I have a passion and love for Paris so of course the title was what grabbed my attention.

There were times the book was a bit cheesy but honestly there were not many moments of that. In fact I enjoyed it because these moments and reactions were pretty real to life, at least how I've would had reacted. Another reason I enjoyed this book was because it wasn't predictable. And I find myself wanting the same experience when I visit Paris.

I already have the next few books on my 'to read' list of this same author because I really did enjoy her style and honesty of writing.
Aver
So nice to see a character come into her own in a believable manner. This was definitely not a book where you know on page one who's going to end up with who and flip to page 191 to see it happen. Nancy's writing for NEXT shows us a new take on romance themes, and I'm waiting for the next one. (No pun intended.)
Sirara
I love how this book goes full-circle. It was a funny, creative, and interesting book. I felt like I could relate to the character in certain situations. Thompson did a wonderful job! I also like how the book has a good message to send.