FataleHow French Women Do It (Kindle)
Language so as to make me want to be FrenchAs
Someone Who Enjoys Learning New Cultures This One Hit The who enjoys learning new cultures this one hit the spot I loved it I found that I could relate to some of the ways and thought processes described Certainly picked up some ideasImportant point that the book brought out was that the way the women end up being beings of intrigue and beauty are not by happenstance Rather it s a rights a passage as seen by the lifestyle to promote it not only at home but by the communities such as the beautiful sculptures the breathtaking parks
the works of art in public places etc. Itude and one's works of art in public places etc. Itude and one's beltFor those who savor French finesse and style this book serves up lessons and style this book serves up lessons advice to feast upon from historical and present day femme fatale.
Edith I. Kunz Û 3 readI enjoyed the history behind the nown fatale facts My favorite book on French women This book will never leave my personal library This book was truly an escape and it changed the way I felt about myself I felt sexier after reading this book and there can be nothing wrong with that Pressured into reading this by the author who is the neighbor of a friend I was visiting over the weekend An amusing little bonbon and mercifully short COMMON SENSE TIPS ABOUT THE FRENCH WOMEN IF YOU WISH TO KNOW MORE ABOUT REAL FEMME FATALE YOU SHOULD READ THE ART OF SEDUCTION Fatale How French Women Do It peeks at the mysterious ways Frenchwomen Manage To Appear Sexy Smart And manage to appear sexy smart and chic Clues unmask the delicious deceptions plotted by .
Y ROBERT GREENE Wow Wow on many levels It was an informative read for me a person who had very little nowledge read for me a person who had very little nowledge the French and first book of this nature However in my opinion I found it somewhat biased by
the author s intrigue for the FrenchI think the book is somewhat dated as well or again suffersauthor s intrigue for the FrenchI think the book is somewhat dated as well or again suffers author s bias in that it focuses a lot on couettery and very little about the wives points of view Is the omission of the wives points of view a reflection of current day Paris ie no change in why people marryWhat I likedVery informative and written in intriguing. Renchwomen while suggesting how contemporary women can flirt like a couette charm like a courtesan and emit sensuality with cool confidence by merely adjusting one's att.