What French Women Know: About Love, Sex,
and Other Matters of the Heart and Mind
"Every woman over 21 should read this book. Written with arch intelligence and light-handed irony. Delicious, smart, and not at all fattening."
Forgot the oo-la-la clichés about French women. Never mind how they cook, wear mini skirts the size of postage stamps, or eat foie gras and don't get fat (and, by the way, they do). It's not surface glam that gives French women their allure; it's their mindset and culture. Less a how-to and more a how-not-to, national bestseller What French Women Know takes a deep-dive into the world of that mysterious je ne sais quoi.
An irreverent and refreshing counterpoint to the love dogma of our times, What French Women Know (and its little sister Entre Nous) has the distinction of being critiqued by, among others, journalists James Wolcott (Liberté, Fraternité, Superiorité) and Maureen Callahan (French Women Can Suck It!).
A Gallic prescription for living a life that is richer, more sensual, messier, and a lot more fun. - The Boston Globe
Bombshell Bardot burst into the world most nakedly in Roger Vadim’s 1956 film “And God Created Woman.” She instantly became an international phenomenon...
France and the United States have been feeding off of one another since the French Revolution, and the French woman has been an icon ever since Joan of Arc marched into battle...
Bill Maher once said: “The French have weird ideas about privacy. They think it should be private.” And it’s true. They favor the implicit over the explicit, discretion over indiscretion, and the hidden is often more enticing than the obvious...