Two days into her stop in Paris, she met Christophe, who worked in the butcher shop across from the cafe where she wrote. A sizzling romance began, yet soon her wanderlust pushed her to continue her travels. But his Daniel Craig good looks and big Buddha heart convinced her to return. She moved... show more
Two days into her stop in Paris, she met Christophe, who worked in the butcher shop across from the cafe where she wrote. A sizzling romance began, yet soon her wanderlust pushed her to continue her travels. But his Daniel Craig good looks and big Buddha heart convinced her to return. She moved in with Christophe in 2012, and once she settled in, her dwindling savings forced her to find a way to fund her dreams again. So, drawing on her deep desire to create, she started a painted letter subscription service. Now, she sends out thousands of letters to people who are hungry to receive something beautiful. PARIS LETTERS speaks to a prevalent question these days: What do you do when the great plan you imagined for yourself works out- and you're still unhappy? This book is for those who dream of a life richer and more fulfilling--a story of daring to discover a better life.
Publish date: February 4th 2014
Pages no: 258
Edition language: English
, Biography Memoir
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
Janice MacLeod quits her job and moves to Paris. She travels through Europe but falls in love with the butcher in Paris. She tells of how she got there, what happened, how she fell in love, and the red tape to stay there and marry there.This is not a book to read all at once. It should be sipped and...
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