The First Faux Pas

  • Title: The First Faux Pas
  • Author: Katy Leen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 324
  • Format: ebook
  • The First Faux Pas Librarian Note This is an alternate cover edition for ISBN When Lora Weaver relocates from New York to her boyfriend s hometown of Montreal she expects to find a touch of Paris in North
    Librarian Note This is an alternate cover edition for ISBN 9780987754301.When Lora Weaver relocates from New York to her boyfriend s hometown of Montreal, she expects to find a touch of Paris in North America cobblestone streets, sidewalk caf s, fabulous shopping, and a little joie de vivre Not dangerous liaisons But, when she takes a job at a PI agency owned by a FrencLibrarian Note This is an alternate cover edition for ISBN 9780987754301.When Lora Weaver relocates from New York to her boyfriend s hometown of Montreal, she expects to find a touch of Paris in North America cobblestone streets, sidewalk caf s, fabulous shopping, and a little joie de vivre Not dangerous liaisons But, when she takes a job at a PI agency owned by a French brother and sister team, her life takes on twists and turns than a Cirque du Soleil performance Her latest brush with danger kicks off the case of Piedro Puddles Bellinni a deadbeat dad whose disappearance is linked to a dying girl, a socialite about to inherit a fortune, and a would be thug whose ego ends up nearly as dented as his car Amid stalkings, shootouts, and kidnappings, Lora must also survive an unexpected houseguest a flirty old friend of her live in boyfriend Adam.With a cast of characters that includes Camille Caron a French PI with sharp boots, an even sharper tongue, and whose confidence and poise come from knowing how to drop a man twice her size and her brother Laurent, an ex cop and hockey hottie, The First Faux Pas is caper style romp than whodunit mystery.

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    1. Katy Leen grew up on baguette and chocolate milk in a house full of pets and books She writes the Lora Weaver mysteries and is currently working on the next book in the series.Follow Katy at facebook AuthorKatyLeen, visit katyleen to learn about Katy, and sign up for insider info via her newsletter Nouvelles at katyleen nouvelles.


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    1. Lora Weaver relocates from NY to Montreal, her boyfriend, Adam's, home town. Despite not knowing French, she gets a job with her friend Camille and Camille's brother, Laurent, at their PI firm. Lora is looking for a deadbeat dad so he can be at his daughter's wedding. The father went missing years earlier when he worked for his father-in-law. It turns out that the girl's mother wants to find the husband to kill him so she can then kill her daughter and get all her daughter's money, after the dau [...]

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    2. This was a smidgen above the quality of the few other "chick-lit mysteries" I have read this summer. A few things helped me stay with the tale and mitigated the annoyance I feel with the literary ticks of this sub-genre. It was set in Montreal, a city I have always wanted to visit and I was reassured that I've retained enough French to follow the brief snippets of dialogue. The heroine, although bumbling in the way the inexperienced detectives in these books always are, was offset by her much mo [...]

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    3. I had never heard of Ms Leen until a friend gifted me this book. What a fun treat. Like a cupcake with pink frosting!

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    4. Great Read, pulls you right inI easily became a part of this story and my new Canadian friends made me feel right at home. Good action. I can't wait for the next one.

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    5. Weak plot; lots of structural errors.

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    6. I like the Canadian connection.

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    7. First of all - this book was received through the Giveaway- thank you to the author for providing me with this novel in exchange for an honest review!What i liked: The heroine was quirky and fun, however a bit ditzy at times. The mystery was intriguing at the beginning. I liked Camille and Laurent (especially Laurent!!) and would like to know/read more about them in the future. I loved that the story takes place in Montreal. Good writing style. What i didn't like:The mystery seemed to not go ve [...]

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    8. This book simply gets hold of you and does not let go until you finish it to the last word. Fast paced, easy read, full of humour and great characters. Lora the main heroine is so alive that one feels right beside her in her various encounters.The book is for relaxing, for the beach, for traveling on the train or airplane, for a quiet afternoon at home. Just to have fun and enjoyment.I can hardly wait for the second book in the series READ IT AND HAVE FUN!

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    9. I bought Leen's book when someone said she was "Evanovich-like." (Well, GOOD-Evanvovich-like.) She is. FFP is tight, smart, and fun. The characters are charming, the location is sexy, and the plotting is damn fine for a first-time author. I particularly like Camille and her brother. Leen could easily spin them out into their own series.

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    10. I enjoyed this book. It's fun and light chick lit, but the characters were real and I enjoyed getting to know them. The mystery itself was interesting and kept me turning pages. I also loved the French words interspersed through the book. As someone who knows beginning French, it was fun to see if I understood the words being used.

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    11. I love this series. From Lora to her Canadian friends, these books hold your interest. They are suspenseful as well as interesting in describing how an American feels living just north of the border of the US where French is the spoken language.

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    12. It's a good start to the series although it's not serious reading. It's a nice read for summer, nothing heavy and easy to finish. I like the New York and French Canadian mix. It's a pleasant change of pace.

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    13. I totally enjoyed this book.Stayed up late finishing it.Having lived for 2yrs in Montreal I could identify with some landmarks.The characters worked well together as PI's & the "Puddles" character was interesting as a deadbeat Dad. I'm going to look for the next book in this series.

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    14. takes place in Montreal

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    15. Love this book.This book has plenty of action and even some good laughs. I loved the characters and settings. I would definitely recommend this book to all my friends and family.

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