Molly Sanders must decide if she’ll
accept an arranged marriage back home. She flies into Paris
looking for uncomplicated sex, and falls straight into the bed
of Frenchman hotelier Luc Fournet. Anxious to invest in “me
time” as she sees the rest of Europe, she regards Luc simply
as a diversion. He, however, has other ideas.
Eurofling takes the reader
to Brugge and Amsterdam as well as Paris. The author describes
the cities, but makes little attempt to have her major French
character speak anything other than something I can only
describe as the American way of speech. The characterization
comes through but this reader thought the heroine selfish and
childish rather than likeable.