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Capturing Paris by Katharine Davis

Capturing Paris

by Katharine Davis

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Awful book...first-draft writing, characters stolen straight from a romance novel. Only redeeming quality was the book's setting in France. I kept reading only because I was away from home and had absolutely nothing else to read. ( )
  debnance | Jan 29, 2010 |
I really liked the idea of the story. I could not relate to the character who was so selfish and so self absorbed that she always put her own needs above her husband. I got sick of hearing all about how wonderful her poetry was. This author wrote a much better story in her book called East Hope. That was one of my favorite books ever. ( )
  Godsgirl | Sep 10, 2009 |
Living in Paris, yearning in mid life for a life never lived, engrossing story of a woman who painfully comes into her own, for better or worse. ( )
  Cherizar | Feb 6, 2009 |
Marriage crisis, Paris, writing poetry - very good ( )
  brsquilt | Aug 31, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0312340982, Paperback)

After twenty five years of marriage, Annie and Wesley are living the type of elegant, sophisticated life in Paris that many Americans dream about. Their apartment in the Marais district is filled with wonderful food, accomplished friends, and good wine. All of this changes when Wesley loses his job and an attractive, magnetic woman enters their lives. Suddenly, in Katharine Davis' atmospheric first novel Capturing Paris, the sights, smells and sounds of Paris are cast in a different light, and may never be the same.

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"Married for twenty-five years, American expats Annie and Wesley Reed are living an elegant, sophisticated life in Paris. Their apartment is filled with food, wine, and accomplished friends. But when Wesley loses his job and a sexy, mysterious woman enters their lives, suddenly the sights, smells, and sounds of Paris may never be the same."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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