Trade Paperback ISBN: 978-1-61188-141-7
E-book ISBN: 978-1-61188-142-4
Publication Date: June 10, 2014 -- 240 pages
“What a wonderful book, a dramatization of an authentic way of being and the journey that India, the main character, takes to get there.” – Beverly Donofrio, author of Riding in Cars with Boys and Astonished
“I am delighted that Parisian Chic inspired India to explore Paris. Thérèse must have been French in another life.”
– Inès de la Fressange, author of Parisian Chic
“A brilliant examination of how a mature woman can learn to follow her heart and create the life of her dreams.”
– Chic At Any Age
“Truly an entertaining read!”
– Literarily Illumined
“The pages are filled with all sorts of different moments that will keep you wanting more.”
– Cassandra M’s Place
“The infectious sequel to India’s Summer, Letter From Paris is witty, glamorous, incisive, and refreshingly real.”
– A Book Girl’s World
"If you're looking for a lovely chick-lit fall read, pick this one up!"
– Bless Their Hearts Mom
India Butler’s journey to America put her life on a new track. Now a trip to Paris threatens to derail her – or to make things all they are supposed to be. With a new job, a new friend, a potential new lover...and an old lover, India is dealing with nearly as much as she can handle. But that’s only the beginning.
The infectious sequel to India’s Summer, Letter From Paris is witty, glamorous, incisive, and refreshingly real.
“A delightful trip to Paris that will have readers craving a croissant and cafe.” – Cayocosta 72
Therésè writes fiction that is at once outrageously entertaining and very wise. She has earned the praise of a diverse group of major figures in the world of letters and film, including Arianna Huffington, Ekhart Tolle, Jane Green, Goldie Hawn, and Orlando Bloom.
“This book will have you (as it has me) craving a Parisian holiday and adventure. It will instill in you the belief in yourself and it will leave you wanting more. If there's one holiday read you need this summer, it's Letter from Paris by Thérèse.”– North West Culture