Love Is Like A Soufflé
A novel about friendship, family and steamy passion: what if Elizabeth Bennet was reincarnated in the 21st century as a young cook?
Zoey is a successful Chef with a very sexy associate/best friend (Sally), a childhood friend who is a gifted musician (Adrian), a hot brother (Dalton) and a lovely cat (Sushi). She worships her grandmother Nana, a very famous Chef herself. Only things missing in her life? A mum who approves of her lifestyle, a non-intrusive family and a boyfriend (in that order). But, everything is about to change when she meets the infuriating Matthew Ziegler, the most influential food critic in New York. An utterly unbearable guy who seems set on putting her food to the test, right down to the smallest details…
A contemporary romantic intrigue with lively and powerful dialog and hundreds of twists, and a heroine with a volcanic personality.
I Don't Really Need You
The best sellng romance by France's answer to Sophie Kinsella finally available in English
More than 50,000 books sold in France! Discover the hilarious love stories of Chloe and Constance in ebook and print in February 2018.
Chloé is the perfect Parisian: she’s too skinny, smokes too much, and drinks too much. She also has the bad habit of getting into toxic relationships, particularly with her ex Guillaume who is engaged to another woman. Her friend Constance, however, is a hopeless romantic, spends all her money on Jane Austen memorabilia yet is unable to find her Mr. Darcy.
One day, the two friends make a bet: Chloé will spend one year in the countryside, far from men and temptations, to finally write the novel she has always dreamed of; Constance will let go of her foolish dreams of romance and start hooking up with perfect strangers.
From Paris to Bordeaux vineyards to London, this bet will have completely unintended consequences.
Chloe, Constance and Jane Austen
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The prequel short-story to I Don’t Really Need You
Discover how Chloe and Constance, the two protagonists of I Don’t Really Need You, met each other.
Once upon a time there was a book club whose readings ranged from Pride and Prejudice to Fifty Shades Of Grey...