There are a ton of books out that there that choose Paris as the setting of their stories. I try to read as many of them as I can. I think for every one that I’ve read, there are probably ten more out there. My mission is to read each and every one!I hope I live to be 105 cause that’s how long it will take me!!
So from time to time I will share some of my favorites with you. Here’s a few more that I’d like to pass along…….
This one is wildly popular and it is equally as popular with me! The life of Ernest Hemingway and his wife Hadley in Paris at a time when THE place to be for all creative types was in Paris during the jazz age just fascinates me. Maybe it has to do with my never ending love of Woody Allen’s “Midnight In Paris”, I just can’t get enough of this time period in the city of light. The Paris Wife by Paula Mclain is an incredible look into the lives of the Hemingway’s from the time they met and beyond. This book is rich in Paris detail. Could you imagine living in Paris at this time? The cafe culture was alive and even though Hadley and Ernest didn’t have much money at the time, it sure seems like their lives were adventurous and full of interesting friends. Really this is a must read!
Next are two wonderful chick-lit books by author Juliette Sobanet. I love how she takes us along with her characters strolling the streets of Paris. In Sleeping With Paris her main character Charlotte, after moving to Paris and getting her heart broken, decides to write a blog about her dating adventures with french men and ends up falling in love.
Her next book Kissed In Paris is a fun little book. Chloe, an event planner who just a week before her wedding in the states finds herself in Paris with no money or passport after a suave con man robbed her. She then goes on a wild chase in the streets of Paris with an undercover agent named Julian to retrieve her things. All this makes her question whether or not her buttoned up life back in the states is really for her.
So there you have it. Some more of my favorite “Paris” books. I’ll keep reading and share with you! Have you read any good Paris books lately that you’d like to share. Please leave your suggestions in the comments below!