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Three couples. Three eras. Three stories. One Paris. A City of Women. Paris, 1925. When Annie flees her father’s rage for a refuge in Paris, she has no idea if she will ever see her lover again -- or whether Miriam even loves her back. But Annie lands smack in the nest of American expats -- artists, writers, misfits, and women-loving women -- who make Paris their home in Three couples. Three eras. Three stories. One Paris. A City of Women. Paris, 1925. When Annie flees her father’s rage for a refuge in Paris, she has no idea if she will ever see her lover again -- or whether Miriam even loves her back. But Annie lands smack in the nest of American expats -- artists, writers, misfits, and women-loving women -- who make Paris their home in a French flavored Roaring Twenties (“les années folles”). Gathered around the hostess of one of the great salons of the day, these transplanted Americans have ways of helping make transatlantic dreams come true. Tomboy on Montmartre. Flash forward thirty-five years, to the Paris of the Beats and the Existentialists. Up on Montmartre in the Place du Tertre, a frightened American tourist, running for her life, finds Monique, a young painter and free spirit, daughter of a French-American icon. Monique rallies her mother’s old gang to shield Lindy from her pursuers. Their unlikely friendship dances at the edge of romance. Will it fall in? Paris Photo. Paris today. Two American photographers meet during Paris Photo Week. Emmy is a world famous celebrity, Sasha a part-time college instructor just scraping by. Their shared interests make them friends. Their shared passions may take them further, if their differences don’t keep them apart.


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Three couples. Three eras. Three stories. One Paris. A City of Women. Paris, 1925. When Annie flees her father’s rage for a refuge in Paris, she has no idea if she will ever see her lover again -- or whether Miriam even loves her back. But Annie lands smack in the nest of American expats -- artists, writers, misfits, and women-loving women -- who make Paris their home in Three couples. Three eras. Three stories. One Paris. A City of Women. Paris, 1925. When Annie flees her father’s rage for a refuge in Paris, she has no idea if she will ever see her lover again -- or whether Miriam even loves her back. But Annie lands smack in the nest of American expats -- artists, writers, misfits, and women-loving women -- who make Paris their home in a French flavored Roaring Twenties (“les années folles”). Gathered around the hostess of one of the great salons of the day, these transplanted Americans have ways of helping make transatlantic dreams come true. Tomboy on Montmartre. Flash forward thirty-five years, to the Paris of the Beats and the Existentialists. Up on Montmartre in the Place du Tertre, a frightened American tourist, running for her life, finds Monique, a young painter and free spirit, daughter of a French-American icon. Monique rallies her mother’s old gang to shield Lindy from her pursuers. Their unlikely friendship dances at the edge of romance. Will it fall in? Paris Photo. Paris today. Two American photographers meet during Paris Photo Week. Emmy is a world famous celebrity, Sasha a part-time college instructor just scraping by. Their shared interests make them friends. Their shared passions may take them further, if their differences don’t keep them apart.

2 review for Paris Yesterday, Paris Tonight: Lesbian Romance Stories

  1. 5 out of 5

    Judy Ball

    Stories x 3 What didn’t I like? A few typos. The author is more than a little coy with the identities of her characters...intentionally, I believe. For me, that was mildly annoying. Otherwise, I read these stories in two sittings. And I’m not a fan of short stories. The writing flows. The images painted in words are delightful. My best recommendation to the author: more, write more.

  2. 4 out of 5

    L

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