Helen's Reviews > Entre Nous: A Woman's Guide To Finding Her Inner French Girl

Entre Nous by Debra Ollivier
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Jun 03, 2007

really liked it
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Read in March, 2007

For the Francophiles out there, this was a cute book. The author, Ollivier, is an American who married a Frenchman and lived in France for 10 years. It is almost like a sociology text where the author examines how French women live. This book presents all those qualities of the ideal French woman we wish to be possess: their sense of style, self-confidence, how they socialize, how they eat whatever they want and still remain fit, etc. A list of foods that should always be in her refrigerator ready for entertaining, clothes that should always be in her wardrobe, books she should read are also included. Ollivier also offers the reader a list of French films for the purpose of studying the Frenchwoman in her surroundings. There were some great recipes too. So if you want to discover your inner Frenchgirl, this book is for you.

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