The Last Time I Saw Paris

The Last Time I Saw Paris

Book - 2008
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Paris, the most romantic city on earth, is a place of second honeymoons and newly discovered passions. It lures us with a banquet of tastes, sound, sights, and smells. And for Lara Lewis, it is the place where she and her husband once experienced love at its best. Now it is a place where forty-something Lara believes she can rekindle her marriage. She plans the most romantic adventure: to retrace her first honeymoon with her husband, visit the same sights, eat in the same restaurants, explorethe same villages. But when her surgeon-husband tells her at the last minutes that there's another woman, Lara's heart is broken...almost.

Somewhere along the road of life, Lara has lost herself. but she makes a bold move. She decides to invite a man she hardly know to take the trip with her, a much younger man. What follows is the story of two innocent Americans stumbling through France in a madcap romantic adventure that begins with missed connections, lost luggage, and language barriers, and ends up being one woman's journey to find herself and the love that has eluded her all her life...

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Griffin, 2008, c2001
Edition: 1st St. Martin's Griffin ed
ISBN: 9780312385651
Branch Call Number: ROM ADL
Characteristics: 296 p. :,map ;,22 cm


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Sep 17, 2017

One of the worst books I have read - why did I bother. Sept 2017

skindrea Aug 08, 2011

This book is trashy novel 101. Its unrealistic plot takes place in France, revealing cultural aspects of the country.

Jul 28, 2010

Easy to read, different theme compared to the other books that she wrote.

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