Fromage à Trois

Fromage à Trois

This is a previously-published edition of ISBN13 9781948705134. You can find the new edition here Meet Ella, on the brink of turning 30 and full of regret for a life only half lived. In a haze of heartbreak after splitting up with the man she thought she was going to marry, she makes the only decision that seems rational and buys a one-way ticket to Paris, embarking on a pi This is a previously-published edition of ISBN13 9781948705134. You can find the new edition here Meet Ella, o...

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Title:Fromage à Trois
Author:Victoria Brownlee
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Genres:Romance
ISBN:The Paris Cheese Shop
Edition Language
English
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:280 pages pages

Fromage à Trois Reviews

  • Harvee
    Aug 23, 2018
    I agave this book five stars as I learned so much more about the French variety of cheeses and the ways that the French think about cheese. According to the book there are about 356 different types of cheeses, and the main character, Ella from Australia, sets out to taste a different c...
  • Rachel McMillan
    Sep 04, 2018
    The absolute best part of this book is the cheese. I am not even joking. This writer has an incredible talent for using surprising and mouth-watering descriptions to evoke the many, many French varietals. Also, her passion for Paris: its dialect and joie de vivre spark through each and...
  • Neil Plakcy
    Aug 19, 2018
    This was a fun, charming read about a young Australian woman who takes off to spend a year in Paris, and ends up devoting herself to researching and tasting cheese. Lots of great descriptions and a real sense of what it must be like to live in Paris. ...
  • Connie Fischer
    Oct 01, 2018
    Australia Ella, age 29, is heading for a date with Paul that she hopes will result in a proposal. They are to have dinner at Francine?s, their favorite French bistro. Ella and Paul have been together for 8 years. But instead of a proposal, Paul tells her he is off to find himself ...
  • Susan
    Oct 03, 2018
    This book should come with a Lactaid or two as it is full of cheese! Cheese, the kind you eat, and cheese, the kind that exists in very very predictable books about love and life in Paris. Oh and the cheesy grin on the reader's face at the climax of the story. But seriously, there is n...
  • Elaine
    Sep 25, 2018
    Title: Fromage a` Trois Author: Victoria Brownlee Genre: Fiction, Romance, Contemporary, France Plot: Ella is on the brink of turning thirty and has spent the last decade in a relationship with a man she thought she would marry and settle down with for the rest of ...
  • Tamara Morning
    Oct 20, 2018
    Title: Fromage Trois Author: Victoria Brownlee Genre: Fiction, romance Rating: 4 out of 5 Ella and Peter have been together 8 years and she?s expecting a proposal. What she gets is Peter telling her he?s off to find himself?and he never intended to marry her. With her he...
  • Helen
    Nov 01, 2018
    ?I?d relearn how to live life as a solo adventurer. I?d take things as they came and make up a plan on the way.? ?Fromage Trois? is worthy chick lit - lighthearted and entertaining. It?s a tale about Ella escaping to Paris after her dreams of marriage did not come t...
  • Ellen
    Sep 11, 2018
    If you are looking for a fun, escapist story, this book is perfect. Ella?s long term boyfriend breaks up with her, and she decides to leave Australia and spend a year on Paris. Moving to Paris, Ella finds a job at a cafe, while blogging about cheeses. Still falling for the wrong type...
  • Lael Braday
    Nov 02, 2018
    After eight years in a monogamous relationship, Ella expected a proposal at their favorite restaurant. That?s not what she got. So she runs away to Paris to rediscover herself as the adventurer she was before the relationship. Yearning for the most Parisian experience, she falls into...
  • L.S.
    Aug 29, 2018
    This was such an easy story to read because the main character, Ella, is so likeable. The soon to be 30 Australian shrugs off a broken relationship and heads for France for a year of adventure la Franaise! And who can ban blame her? Her former boyfriend of almost a decade has deci...
  • Maria Andreina
    Oct 12, 2018
    I picked up this book because I was looking for something light and easy to ready. I loved the idea of this book: almost 30 year old Ella goes through a horrible break up and decides to find herself a better and more exciting life. The book started as I expected it. Ella seemed lik...
  • Allana June
    Sep 21, 2018
    Review originally posted on http://readwanderloveandlive.blog/. I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. First of all, I would like to say that I am not really fond of chick lits. I have only read a few books from this genre so I didn't real...
  • Jemima
    Oct 26, 2018
    Paris, Food, Cheese. Need I really say more? seriously? The name of the book itself should make you want to read this book. A very enjoyable read. Fromage a Trois is a breath of fresh air... it makes you feel like you've taken a journey right alongside Ella. You feel like you are...
  • Susan Graves
    Sep 12, 2018
    When I first started reading this novel I was a little unsure of what I was getting myself into. I felt bad for Ella and the predicament she found herself in. The more I read I fell in love with the complex nature of Ella and how she needed to find herself before committing herself to ...
  • Maddie
    Sep 08, 2018
    Paris, cheese, men -- what?s not to love? Ella, an Australian nearing 30, finds herself single after 8 years and searching for the next step. While soothing her heartbreak with some wine and some Comte, she decides to pack up her life in Melbourne and move to Paris -- where she fi...
  • Olga Fry
    Sep 19, 2018
    "Fromage Trois" is a lighthearted read about a woman on a journey to find herself and her life after a particularly devastating break-up with her long-term partner. Believing it'll help her heal faster, Ella flees her native Australia for the whimsical, romantic streets of Paris. Wh...
  • Erin Sherlock
    Aug 28, 2018
    Thank you so much for this ARC! After being on a mystery/thriller binge, reading Fromage a Trois was just delightful! When starting the first chapter, it seemed, eh a little too predictable, but that quickly changed! The romance, the Parisian lifestyle and of course the cheese w...
  • Dee ~ Chillin’ Out At Xmas
    Aug 18, 2018
    I loved this book right from the first page. The author Victoria Brownlee, made you feel as though you were right there with the main character, from the beginning. I loved that the main character decided to make a change in her life, after being dumped by her boyfriend, and Paris seem...
  • Courtney Lynn (reorganizedreading)
    Oct 06, 2018
    From start to finish, Fromage a Trois, promises to transport readers to the glamorous streets of Paris, and it fully delivers. Ella finds herself recently dumped, stuck at a job that has no foreseeable future, and soon to be thrust out of her glamorous Melbourne apartment. Heartbrok...
  • Em__Jay
    Sep 15, 2018
    I have to admit if it were not for the cover of FROMAGE TROIS I likely would not have picked up the book. Yet I am glad I did because it was a delightful read that I raced through in one afternoon. Sure, there is a touch of the clich about a story of a woman who runs away from ...
  • Anna Szabó
    Dec 02, 2018
    #Fromagetrois#NetGalley I haven?t been to Paris. Yet. But after reading Fromage Trois by Victoria Brownlee I more than ever feel this urge to visit the city and eat as much cheese as I can. And probably not drink as much champagne as I could. Mostly I read fantasy, sci fi an...
  • Heidi
    Oct 16, 2018
    When Ella unexpectedly breaks up with her long term boyfriend, there's only one solution to fix her stale life: quit her job and move to Paris for a year to eat cheese. Makes sense to me. Fromage a Trois is about self-discovery, trying new things, whirlwind romance and cheese. SO. MUCH...
  • Jane
    Oct 12, 2018
    In the mood to read something lighthearted that will make you want to consume massive quantities of fancy French cheese? If your answer is a resounding YES, I urge you to read Victoria Brownlee?s ?Formage Trois,? which will make you laugh, cry a little, then run to your neares...
  • Mellie Antoinete
    Sep 28, 2018
    ***#earc thanks to #netgalley, #amberjackpublishing and @victoriabrownlee*** ?And then he kissed me so tenderly that I melted like a Saint-Marcellin on a warm day.? Adorable title Gorgeous cover Compellingly cute story And a stark reminder that I do not love cheese the...
  • Michelle
    Aug 13, 2018
    Anyone who knows anything about me knows that my passion is France and all things French. I love their food, wine, the language, and everything else. Not only did this book feed my love of France, the main character is also from Melbourne (my home town). The book was sweet and thought...
  • Veronika
    Sep 04, 2018
    I just finished this book and I can't stop smiling. It was so cute! Funny and charming and heart-warming. I've been reading so much serious books full of despair lately that this one was just fresh breath of air I really needed. I immensely enjoyed this one. After horrible break-up...
  • Georgia
    Oct 04, 2018
    I am so mad that I didn't like this book. It just wasn't something I was expecting. When I requested this book from the publisher, the title was the thing that caught my attention. I love Paris and French and I just had this whole thing in my mind for how this story could have turne...
  • Corisa
    Sep 04, 2018
    Before I begin, I'd like to thank NetGalley & AmberJack Publishing for my ARC. Everything about this book caught my eye. The title, the artwork, the colors, the description and the fact that this is Victoria Brownlee's debut novel. Fromage a Trois is a treat for the senses....
  • courtney
    Sep 22, 2018
    This book is a very easy, light-hearted read, which is always a nice palate cleanser after some more emotional reads. Sometimes books lose me a little bit when they become too predictable, and even though this one did fall into that category at times, it still kept my attention. Mostly...