Book review and giveaway: Seven Letters From Paris – I love France #116

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Seven Letters From Paris

 

Seven Letters From Paris

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Seven Letters From Paris
By
Samantha Vérant
PublisherSourcebooks
Pub. Date: October 7, 2014
ISBN:  978-1402297229

Pages:  288
Genre:  memoir / nonfiction
Source: Received
from the publisher for a
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This book counts for the following Reading Challenges:

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MY THOUGHTS ABOUT THIS BOOK

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Things are really not going well for Samantha: after almost 10 years of quasi estrangement with her husband, she is faced with a major credit card debt, the impossibility to find a job aside dog walker, plus health issues to top it all. Talking with her good friend Tracey, she reminisces the close-to-paradise time they both spent in France in Summer 1989, and especially their encounter with two young Frenchmen…
Jean-Luc had sent her 7 love letters, but bearing the stigma of her own dad abandoning her and her mother, she had been afraid to get too close, and had never answered. Twenty years later, maybe time had finally come to try to find him, to apologize and maybe try to reconnect? I loved the memoir Seven Letters From Paris!
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