Book Review: Will There be Wine by Whitney Cubbison

Take a stroll through the streets of Paris with this sweet rom-com, “Will There Be Wine” by Whitney Cubbison.

Will there Be Wine by Whitney Cubbison

Austen Keller was living her dream. She landed a career-defining job which moved her and her husband to Paris. Shortly thereafter, she was divorced. This wasn’t the plan. Yet there she was—pushing 40 and starting over.

A decade after she’d last been single, Austen enters the dating scene playing by a new set of rules in a different language, culture, and lingerie standards. She experiences every type of miserable first date imaginable and lives to tell the tales of Pierre the Mansplainer, Simon the Snoozer, Emile the Over-Sharer, Guillaume of the Gym Shorts, and many more. On most dates, she struggles to get past one glass of Bordeaux without wanting to bolt. Even worse, no one chases after her when she runs. It doesn’t take long for her to realize that whoever said French men were romantic deserves a swift kick in the pants.

A rewarding and high-powered career.
Fabulous female friendships.
True love.

Austen continues to ask herself: Is “having it all” too much to ask?

A genuine and tragically hilarious novel about an ex-pat woman’s journey of self-discovery through a string of disastrous dates, relationships forged in a deep cultural divide, world travels, and wine. A lot of wine.

Book Review

I received an advance review copy for free from the author, Whitney Cubbison, and I immediately said yes…being a 40-ish gal who has a deep love for the city of love! I really enjoyed taking a stroll through the streets of Paris through Austen’s adventures.

I also loved that she was a strong, independent woman: successful career, great friends, and not settling for less than she deserves when it comes to love.

Read if you like:
🍷First Love
🍷Second Chance Love
🍷Dating Game

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