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Daisy Keen is a British fashion lover, who dreams of going to Paris. Isabelle Papillon is a young French student desperate to go to England to research Meredith Quince, an author Isabelle believes wrote a secret novel that wasn't made available to the public domain. After Isabelle places an ad in a newspaper, the girls' dreams come true and Daisy finds herself in Paris and Isabelle finds herself in London. As both girls come to terms with living in a strange country and learning a new culture, will they manage to suceed in their dreams? Will Isabelle find Meredith Quince's secret book and will Daisy manage to find love? Finding Monsieur Right is Muriel Zagha's ... Read the complete review
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