Live on Live with Adele Humbert from the Medill Justice Programme
Published on 12 Jan 2017, 9:53
Canadian writer Lily Heise, author of 'Je t'aime... maybe' adopted Paris 15 years ago and she's often stumbled into romantic misadventure. Her book shows a realistic side to romance in the city where, nonetheless, "passions can be sparked quickly and can be very exciting." She tells RFI about the best places to find romance.
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