Sleeping with Paris - Juliette Sobanet

Monday, December 5, 2011
  Title - Sleeping with Paris
Author - Juliette Sobanet
Genre - Chick lit
Date published -  October 7th 2011
Publisher - 
Format - Kindle Edition
Pages -
Rating - 5 out of 5

Ok, before writing down my review of this AMAZINGLY FUN book I want to have your attention and just briefly tell you what this book focuses on.
1. Paris a.k.a city of Light and Love
2. Chocolate 
3. Hot Parisian guy (but this is the most important part, right?;)

So, if you mix all these three you get a sweet romance story, placed in one of the most romantic cities in the world, Paris! Of course I have your attention now, but trust me..the story just gets better and better.

All her life, Charlotte Summers has been dreaming about two things - moving to Paris and having a faithful, loving, romantic partner. Finally, looks like her dream is about to come true, she is engaged to be married to Jeff Dillon, hot and successful lawyer and they are about to move to their own apartment to Paris! What else could a girl want?
Could life become THAT perfect?
Just two days before leaving, she finds out her loving Jeff has been cheating her for months, and even planned on continuing this "double" life once they settle in Paris!
So, charming Jeff turn out to be lowlife Jeff! Oh well, he sure isn't the only bastard she dated over the years. Actually, every guy she dated was cheating on her! Wow, now this is what I call epidemic! 
'So, with a plane ticket, an acceptance letter, $15,000 and a broken heart, she is on her way to Paris.'
Sweet and reasonable Charlotte becomes single, wild, adventurous Charlotte writing down her RULES on her blog, sharing her dreadful experience, reaching out to all the women in the world that have been hurt by men.
And so the rules are set - How to date like a man in the city of Love!
While trying to heal and pick up the pieces of her broken heart, Charlotte is going to find out what true love is and is about to have her "walls" down.
What a fun book! I absolutely love everything about it, from the colorful cover to the characters and charming French phrases! Charlotte is really sweet, and though after the Jeff situation she may seem to you like a man-hater (I say this to warn the male population that is going to read the book) she will grow on you from the first minute. Some say chick lit is predictable to some extent, but on few occasions I really couldn't see some things coming. Charlotte's friends are also very likeable characters, different but well developed and you can certainly feel the girly-bonding between them. As for the romance part, oh I am trying not to reveal much about the hot, sexy, charming Luc..the man every woman dreams about. Sweet Luc is going to melt your heart ladies! Ah, if only there were more man like him out there!
Seat yourself comfortably, grab some chocolate and enjoy this lovely modern romance story. Finally, I would like to thank Juliette for giving me a copy of this wonderful book! I am really looking forward to reading the sequel 'Kissed in Paris' and I hope the author won't let us wait on it for too long. Je t'aime Juliette et merci beaucoup pour le livre :)

My rating


  1. Madeleine said...:

    Wow what a wonderful review. It's so satisfying when you find a book you really enjoy.

  1. Ananda said...:

    Yes it sure is!It was such a fun book!Can't wait to visit Paris:) Thank you for your lovely comment Madeleine, glad you enjoyed my review x

  1. Thanks for the fabulous review Ananda! I'm beyond excited that you enjoyed the book so much:)

  1. Lawrence said...:

    Good review. Personally I do not want to sleep with Paris. But she is young, vibrant and rich. OK, I will marry her. Terrible job but someone has to do it. Maybe I will get a hotel as a birthday gift.

    Lawrence Fisher
    Author of "Kill Me Now!"

  1. One More Page said...:

    Great review! I hadn't heard of this one but have now added it to my wish list :)

  1. Silvy said...:

    Excellent review A.
    You are the best!!!

  1. Like the chocolate #2. Chocolate take away in Paris dreams.

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