Mystere d'Amour Author:Anne-Marie Villefranche In the stylish and heady sensuality of 1920s Paris, love's mysteries were enjoyed in delightful abandon. This fourth volume of Anne-Marie Villefranche's amorous "memoirs" takes you on a decidedly erotic excursion to the haute monde grace and charm of that world - where the men were always adoring . . . and obliging, where the women were always ... more »adoring, adores . . . and obliging.
For here, l'amour in all its variations was, above all else, to be enjoyed. A pleasure casually seized on the inspiration of a moment, a delight savored again and again through the long hours of the night.
L'amour. A mystery whose fathomless ways are experienced in the most curious of circumstances. . . . In Alice's unusual "evenings at the opera." In the charming lengths Michael will go to please Vivienne. In the flowering of Felice and Fleurette. In Chantal's admirably successful "therapy" sessions or Madame Gaumont's sunbaths. Or in the amusing liaison between Julien and Paulette that leads to a special kind of duel.
Ann-Marie Villefranche is a Parisienne with an acute eye for detail and a wicked sense of humor.« less