|Eleanor Brown, ed.|
|Pages/Publication Date:||266 / 2017|
Few locales have proven so inspiring to writers as Paris, and in this anthology, 18 women who have written novels about the city share their own true stories about the French capital. Susan Vreeland gives a colorful account of the Louvre in "A Myth, A Museum, and a Man," Julie Powell recounts her culture shock in "Secret Eatings," and Therese Ann Fowler reconciles fantasy and reality in "A Good Idea?" Other authors include Cara Black ("Investigating Paris"), Jennifer Coburn ("We'll Never Have Paris"), and Lauren Willig ("Until We Meet Again"). Each author also weighs in on her favorite moments, books, and quotes related to the City of Light.