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Finding Monsieur Right MOBI È Finding Monsieur  PDF \
  • Paperback
  • 402 pages
  • Finding Monsieur Right
  • Muriel Zagha
  • English
  • 13 July 2017
  • 0091933358

Finding Monsieur Right❰Epub❯ ➜ Finding Monsieur Right Author Muriel Zagha – Essayreview.co.uk A tale of two cities, two girls, and a life altering swap offers frothy escapist delight A tale of two cities, two girls, and a life altering swap offers frothy escapist delight.


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10 thoughts on “Finding Monsieur Right

  1. says:

    I won t start describing the content The first 200 250 pages were so boring You can t imagine And there s so many French words Even whole e mails in French The end was good, though I would never have dreamt what happened there, but it was still reasonable to do it this way Nice book, but less French in future, please. Andaction from the beginning If I read a romance, I d like the romance to start very early, not only in the last half of the book

  2. says:

    I received this book through the First Reads offers, my first ever, so thank you goodreads I really enjoyed it It is an easy, warm hearted read, but it has got soul I suppose it could be classified as chick lit , but it is intelligent and and has gotto it than that The premise is a house swap for a year, with Daisy going form London to Paris, and Isabelle vice versa Daisy is a fashion lover and Isabelle a chic student The story covers the experiences they have, mainly governed by th I received this book through the First Reads offers, my first ever, so thank you goodreads I really enjoyed it It is an easy, warm hearted read, but it has got soul I suppose it could be classified as chick lit , but it is intelligent and and has gotto it than that The premise is a house swap for a year, with Daisy going form London to Paris, and Isabelle vice versa Daisy is a fashion lover and Isabelle a chic student The story covers the experiences they have, mainly governed by the people they meet, during this year And principally it is about falling in love, and finding love in very unexpected places.There is much to smile about as Isabelle meets Daisy s flatmates, and to enjoy as Daisy enjoys Parisian life It is an interesting comparision of some aspects of the two differing cultures, though as a light hearted novel it is not by any means an in depth comparison I liked the sub plot involving Isabelle s studies into fictious writer Meredith Quince and the hunt for her forgotten work, this was very enjoyable.This is an enjoyable novel, well written, with a nice feel to it, and would be perfect holiday reading, but it is deservesthan to be labelled chick lit It is compared on the cover to Sophie Kinsella and I think that is a fair comparison

  3. says:

    I brought this book mainly because i liked the cover, but upon reading the back I thought it sounded really good I wasn t disappointed On the back of the book it says A TALE OF TWO CITIES, TWO GIRLSAND A LIFE ALTERING SWAPDaisy s just landed the perfect job Spending a year in Paris writing about fashion.Swapping homes with French student IsabelleSeems like the perfect arrangement.Studious Isabelle, however, finds London bewildering.But all her assumptions about crazy English guys areOvert I brought this book mainly because i liked the cover, but upon reading the back I thought it sounded really good I wasn t disappointed On the back of the book it says A TALE OF TWO CITIES, TWO GIRLSAND A LIFE ALTERING SWAPDaisy s just landed the perfect job Spending a year in Paris writing about fashion.Swapping homes with French student IsabelleSeems like the perfect arrangement.Studious Isabelle, however, finds London bewildering.But all her assumptions about crazy English guys areOverturned when she meets hunky gardener Tom.Meanwhile, fun loving Daisy discovers that ParisIs the City of Love, and there could bethan oneMonsieur RightIt then says If you like Sophie Kinsella,You ll love Muriel Zagha s funnyAnd charmingRomantic Comedy And so being a Sophie Kinsella fan I just had to have this book I really enjoyed reading finding monsieur right, but I found it a bit difficult to get into at the beginning but as i readof it thei just couldn t put it down.I loved the way the book was written and how all the characters came across, there are some characters that you don t like that much but then others that you can t help but love

  4. says:

    I like stories set in Paris anyway but this novel offers a fairly unfamiliar perspective on the city and Parisians there s a great scene set in the catacombs I didn t even know these existed There s also a brilliant mystery subplot featuring the Quince Society and the works of a famous Thirties detective novelist including Death of a Lady Ventriloquist very Dorothy L Sayers a favourite of mine It s funny, touching and, in places, pretty raunchy too an interesting and satisfying m I like stories set in Paris anyway but this novel offers a fairly unfamiliar perspective on the city and Parisians there s a great scene set in the catacombs I didn t even know these existed There s also a brilliant mystery subplot featuring the Quince Society and the works of a famous Thirties detective novelist including Death of a Lady Ventriloquist very Dorothy L Sayers a favourite of mine It s funny, touching and, in places, pretty raunchy too an interesting and satisfying mix

  5. says:

    A fun and frivolous novel set simultaneously in Paris and London, following two girls who have swapped flats for a year Although it isn t ultimately all that original within the chick lit genre, I did enjoy this book a lot and am encouraged to read Zagha s other work in future.Foremost, I enjoyed the author s writing style Both Isabelle and Daisy had distinctive personalities and voices, and the content doesn t take itself or its plot too seriously In fact, it zips along at quite a speed with A fun and frivolous novel set simultaneously in Paris and London, following two girls who have swapped flats for a year Although it isn t ultimately all that original within the chick lit genre, I did enjoy this book a lot and am encouraged to read Zagha s other work in future.Foremost, I enjoyed the author s writing style Both Isabelle and Daisy had distinctive personalities and voices, and the content doesn t take itself or its plot too seriously In fact, it zips along at quite a speed with some rather silly situations, however was very enjoyable overall

  6. says:

    9 10 This was my first First Reads win and I loved it First couple of chapters was hard to get into but as you get to know the two characters of French academic Isabelle and English fashion lover Daisy, you start to love the book The too girls swap flats, friends and countries for a whole year And with that the hunt for Mr Right begins The whole concept was great and the ending even thought expected was brilliantly written.Will look out for Muriel s novels in the future.

  7. says:

    With two female leads, both of which get in trouble with the opposite of sex, you can guarantee this is an interesting read Neither woman held any particular sway with me, as I was fairly fond of both I did, however, favour one romance over the other, but was not disappointed when it wasn t their chapter A must read for any lover of chick lit, though this is perhapsthen high end than a fun romp.

  8. says:

    I really loved this one lovely characters, breakneck speed, some fascinating ideas fashion and the academic, the shy Goth, the wonderful search for the lost work of Meredith Quince, Raoul and his models, Savage s fashion show Chick lit at its very best, and a perfect one for everyone s holidays

  9. says:

    SUCH a sweet book about a life swap between a fashion crazed woman in London and a very studious Parisian Really lovely summer read.

  10. says:

    This was a great summer read easygoing, fun Of course, we know how it will end, but it was so fun to read about Paris and a little about London.

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