Sex, Cheese and French Fries: Women Are Perfect, Men Are from France

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Kouraj Press, Jun 30, 2006 - Fiction - 167 pages
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I almost missed my flight, sitting at a different gate, totally engrossed in the book. Reading it is culturally enriching, politically stimulating, brutally honest, and funny. I laughed so hard that I was embarrassing myself. Maggy Wooden, Technology Consultant * It is really the story of a marriage/relationship, with the good and bad sides, that puts forward the central question we all ask ourselves... Will it last? And, why do I stay? Fantastic. Frances Hayden, Immigration Attorney * It's breezy, fun, insightful and loving, and made me laugh out loud. Judy Chaikin, Documentary Filmmaker and Oscar nominee * Reads like a sexy Jane Austen. Donald J. Cosentino, Professor, World Arts & Cultures, UCLA * Read the book in one day, could not put it down. Louis Hotchkiss, Entrepreneur, world traveler

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Carine Fabius was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti in 1956. At the age of eight, she moved with her family to New York, where she grew up until she heard the call of Miamis warm ocean and clear blue skies. In 1986 she moved to Los Angeles, where she worked in the public relations arena and later opened Galerie Lakaye, a home gallery now 15 years old, which offers art from the Caribbean and Latin America. Ms. Fabius is involved in many creative endeavors, including running Lakaye Studio, which manufactures a line of henna body painting kits; creating a line of one-of-a-kind jewelry designs; and curating independent museum exhibitsbut she enjoys writing best. She is the author of MEHNDI, the art of henna body painting and Ceremonies for Real Life. She lives in Hollywood, California with her French sculptor husband Pascal Giacomini and Tulip the dog and Dash the cat.

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