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By Jason Phillip Reeser Jennifer Reeser | Comments: ( 957 ) | Date: ( Nov 22, 2019 )

If Jason and Jennifer Reeser were going to indulge their life long fantasy of visiting Paris, they weren t going to play by the rules no hotels, no guided tours, and none of those four day and three night packages They would live in the City of Light as if they belonged Setting aside two weeks in April, they ignored the experts and set out to find a Room With Paris ViewIf Jason and Jennifer Reeser were going to indulge their life long fantasy of visiting Paris, they weren t going to play by the rules no hotels, no guided tours, and none of those four day and three night packages They would live in the City of Light as if they belonged Setting aside two weeks in April, they ignored the experts and set out to find a Room With Paris View When you first encounter a city or a woman or a good book, you learn about them, and fall in love with them the you discover, but you will never quite match that moment when you first encountered them, knowing you had found something extraordinary and realizing how exciting it would be to explore the city or hold the woman in your arms or read the book to its very last page excerpt from Room With Paris View


  • Title: Room With Paris View
  • Author: Jason Phillip Reeser Jennifer Reeser
  • ISBN: 9780615773292
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Jason Phillip Reeser Jennifer Reeser

Jason Phillip Reeser lives and writes in Louisiana where he lives with his wife, Jennifer Reeser, a nationally acclaimed poet, and what is left of his five children Some of them have escaped to college.



Comments Room With Paris View

  • Lynne King

    In the Prologue: “The story goes like this: A boy from Illinois meets a girl from Louisiana in Oklahoma. They fall in love, marry, then move to Louisiana. He goes to work in a refinery. She stays at home to raise their five children. Somewhere along the way she says she wants to see Paris. He says okay, he’ll take her. She doesn’t believe him."The result of that has been a super informative, but yet highly interesting book about Jason and Jennifer Reeser’s well-planned two week holiday i [...]


  • Richard Bunning

    If you are an American planning a visit to Paris, or an Australian, or Brit or Kiwi . . . you get the picture; then this book really is worth a read. Even if you just want an inside view, a feel for Paris as a virtual visitor to that beautiful city, then this is a very rewarding read.Both the Reesers are authors, though we read the book as the first person voice of Jason. They write very well, evenif now and again a trifle repetitively. I was tempted to think of this as being the result of two i [...]


  • Cherie Magnus

    I picked up “Room With a Paris View” because I am an unabashed Francophile and a Paris-aholic. The author and his wife visited Paris for the first time in 2012, staying two weeks in a rented walk-up apartment near Saint-Sulpice in the Latin Quarter. The tone is very “Innocents Abroad,” and is very gee-whiz as he finds his way around. “I wasn’t anybody of importance, yet here I was walking along a street in Paris.” Planning the trip for three years, he did his research both before a [...]


  • Jennifer Moreland

    I like the concept of this book -- I've read others that were supposed to be "insiders' guides," but the personal angle on this one felt like an invitation to come along on an adventure. The main body of writing was clean, with companionable flashes of humor. Paris has never been my destination of choice -- in part because it feels so trite. The authors' friendly style and determination to make this not-just-another-tourist-guide made me feel like I could get have an experience there that seemed [...]


  • Eva

    A two week first-time vacation in Paris, something alot of us dream about (and some have done). Told in journalesque form, we follow the Reeser's excursions as they "see the sites". If you are going to Paris, this is a great what-to-do and what-not-to do aid from packing too much, what other books to read and where not to go to eat (they spend far too much time in American fast food places), etc. Well written and provides substantial information, although I would have liked to hear more from the [...]


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