Lunchtime read: Aimez-vous Brahms…

Books are great ways of travelling without moving and so for this week it seemed like an attractive idea spending some time in Paris with Francoise Sagan‘s character Paule, an interior designer and her troubled love-life.

Highlights from the first 20 pages

Chapter One
You get introduced to Paule who is involved in an open relationship with Roger and not enjoying it because she feels lonely and is seeking more from him, something he senses and is not prepared or able to give

Chapter Two
Paule needs to get some money so visits one of her interior designs clients and while she waits she comes across her son simon who takes a shine to her and asks her out for lunch and despite a 14 year age gap seems very keen on her

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