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Bonjour Girl

Isabelle Laflèche

Publisher: Dundurn

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Summary

Book one in a new series following a no-nonsense Parisian girl's adventures through fashion school, dating, viral stardom,
 and cyber-bullying
Protagonist is involved in social justice and fashion design, and involved with disability advocacy
Sex and the City for a younger crowd
A sheltered student tries to navigate the ups and downs of viral success
Suddenly thrust into the public eye, the heroine struggles to keep up with competing expectations
By the author of the J'Adore series of novels (J'Adore New York, J'Adore Paris, J'Adore Dior)
"The world of high style is famous for focusing on fashions – not feelings. That's what makes Isabelle Lafleche's Bonjour Girl especially charming: Clementine's chic and timely adventures expose the grit behind the glamour, and paint a spirited and intimate portrait of fashion's enigmatic trenches. I only wish I had a book like this when I was growing up." — Jeanne Beker

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