Karen Wheeler is a former fashion editor for the Mail on Sunday and current writer for the Financial Times 'How to Spend It' magazine and London's Daily Mail. Her work has appeared in the Evening Standard and You magazines, Sunday Times Style and numerous international publications. Visit Karen at www.toutsweet.net and Twitter @mimipompom1.
This is a great book that I would recommend to anyone looking for a fun read.
The characters were so funny and I felt myself warming to each and every one - I only hope we read more about them in her next book.
While trying to find love and balance in her new life, Karen is such a relateable character.
Brilliant account of a new expat to France with witty observations about both other Brits and the French. It is both funny and also in places sad. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Spacewoman
There was very little purpose or accomplishment in the book beyond life in general with it's trials and tribulations.Published 2 months ago by Betty M. Alston
I really enjoyed this book. Karen Wheeler writes fashion copy for a living and she did very well describing her move to a small house in France. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Barbara M. Palmer
Great book! Love all the references to the different parts of France as well as the splash of French vocab throughout. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Fashion Frenchie
I do adore this book. I am still in the middle of it and I read every chance I get. I snort and giggle like a crazy lady over her very funny and descriptive writing. Read morePublished 3 months ago by G. Perrier
Read this for my book club and wish I had back the time I wasted. Idle musings with not much point and not particularly great writing; counting the "I"s on every page was... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Joyce Umfress
I cannot put it down. And, I don't say that about many books. I love all stories "French." But, this one is a story about people that are flawed as well as charming. Bravo!Published 4 months ago by Amelia L Placencia