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Finding Monsieur Right

by Muriel Zagha

Debut Books of the Month eBooks of the Month Relationship Stories

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January 2010 Debut of the Month.

 

The chapters rotate between London and Paris as two girls house-swap, giving us a good flavour of life in both capitals with, in my mind, the English bunch surprisingly being far the most colourful.  It is frothy, romantic stuff written with zap and charm. Great fun.


Comparison: Sophie Kinsella, Debby Holt, Plum Sykes.

Sarah Broadhurst

Finding Monsieur Right Synopsis

This is a tale of two cities...two girls...and a life-altering swap. Daisy's just landed the perfect job: spending a year in Paris writing about fashion. Swapping homes with French student Isabelle seems like the perfect arrangement.

 

Sensible Isabelle, however, finds London bewildering. But all her assumptions about crazy English guys are overturned when she meets hunky gardener Tom.

 

Meanwhile, fun-loving Daisy discovers that Paris is the City of Love, and more than one Monsieur Right...

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ISBN: 9780091933357
Publication date: 21/01/2010
Publisher: Ebury Press
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780091933357
Publication date: 21st January 2010
Author: Muriel Zagha
Publisher: Ebury Press
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 416 pages
Genres: Debuts of the Month, eBook Favourites, Relationship Stories,
Categories: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945),

About Muriel Zagha

Muriel Zagha is a French journalist who now lives in London with her English husband and son. She has written arts and design features for publications including the Sunday Telegraph, the Sunday Telegraph Magazine, the World of Interiors, the Times Literary Supplement and the Guardian.

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