My Grape Paris takes fans of Laura Bradbury’s Grape series to the captivating world of Paris, where Laura has managed to organize an exchange year at the Sorbonne. Franck accompanies her, delighted to return to his native France. Over afternoons napping in an ancient Roman amphitheater and nights gallivanting around the Louvre, Laura dreams of becoming a sophisticated Parisian woman.
However, Laura soon discovers that living in Paris is much more complicated than the fantasy. Besides inappropriate relatives and spiteful teachers, there are also questions that become impossible to ignore. Will Franck stay in Paris after Laura’s stint at the Sorbonne is up? Is their Parisian year the final hurrah for their romance? Find out in My Grape Paris, as Laura confronts love and heartbreak in the city of lights.
Praise for Laura Bradbury:
“Bradbury’s Grape Series feels like a series of honest and funny letters sent from a friend about her fascinating (and sometimes baffling) life in France. A beautiful read.”
—JANICE MACLEOD, New York Times bestselling author of Paris Letters and A Paris Year
“Bradbury’s Grape Series takes the reader on a romantic adventure into the heart, soul, and people of la belle France. Filled with delicious food, love, and laughter, Bradbury’s writing proves that you have to dare to follow your heart wherever it leads you...and that sometimes we have to step outside our comfort zone to truly live.”
—SAMANTHA VÉRANT, author of How to Make a French Family and Seven Letters from Paris
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my grape paris
Another year in Laura’s French saga. Even after a year in burgundy, including a visit to Paris with Franke, Paris is intimidating. Much faster, more expensive, and a different type of people. More sophisticated and less friendly than the folks in burgundy. Not to mention the professors at the Sorbonne; one who does not like Laura and another who Lara likes, but is subject driven in a difficult subject even for native francophones . Insecure about Franke Laura is worried about him returnig to Montreal with her for her senior year at McGill.