JE T’AIME… MAYBE?
The much awaited sequel to Je T’Aime, Me Neither now out!
After barely surviving a turbulent series of romantic misadventures in the City of Love, our heart-torn heroine Lily is ready to throw in the towel on amour. That is, until she receives a very unexpected email—one which revives her hope in finding true love… yet at the same time awakens the mischievous, passionate energy of Paris.
Will she manage to connect with her potential soul mate, located on the other side of the globe? And if she does, then what? Could she leave her beloved Paris to pursue a different sort of love? A challenging dilemma made all the more complicated by love-struck policemen knocking at her door, elegant Counts tempting her with glamorous trips to the tropics, rebellious rock stars whisking her off to concerts around Europe and a whole new crew of troublesome romantic contenders who come out of the Parisian woodwork. An exciting path, though will it lead her to a heart-filled heaven or to heartless purgatory?
“Romantic misadventures in the City of Love? Count me in! Hilarious and entertaining, one of the best parts of this romantic tale is that it’s based on true events. If you’ve ever dreamed of finding love in the City of Light, grab this book and follow Lily la Tigresse on her lively journey!” – Vicki Lesage, author of Confessions of a Paris Party Girl
“If you’re looking for a sort of Parisian-style Bridget Jones, you’ll love Je T’Aime… Maybe?” – Heather Stimmler-Hall, author of Naughty Paris: A Lady’s Guide to the Sexy City.
Learn more about my book in this interview on my new book on the website My Life Living Abroad and read the first chapter online in this preview here.
Je T’aime… Maybe? was also a finalist in the Best of Paris Contest in the Best Paris Book category!
HOW TO GET YOUR COPY?
Based in Paris? Get your copy at the Abbey Bookshop or at Brentano’s Bookshop. Alternatively, the many options to buy the book online are detailed here you can also get signed copies at this link or a direct link to Amazon US is here. You may want to read Je T’Aime, Me Neither first, though, it’s not completely necessary. More on it here.