Taxi to Paris

Taxi to Paris What do you do when the woman of your dreams makes her living as a seductress Do you woo her or allow her to maintain a professional distance Can these two worlds breach the distance or will they coll

  • Title: Taxi to Paris
  • Author: Ruth Gogoll
  • ISBN: 9780974789200
  • Page: 194
  • Format: Hardcover
  • What do you do when the woman of your dreams makes her living as a seductress Do you woo her or allow her to maintain a professional distance Can these two worlds breach the distance or will they collide and love disintegrate

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    1. On my first reading I didn't care a lot about this book. Now reading it for the second time I just loved every page of it. It's a soulfully, elegantly written story of two very interesting, strong-willed ladies who try (and succeed) to find a way to each other!

    2. ¡Por fin lo terminé! Dios, empezó interesante, pero según ha ido avanzando hacia el final me ha resultado cada vez más raro. He estado a punto de dejarlo, pero ya me quedaban tan pocas páginas (30 o así) que me ha dado pena y me he forzado a mí misma a acabarlo. Espero que los otros libros que tengo de esta autora me gusten más.

    3. Forget 50 Shades etc Taxi to Paris is nothing remotely like that pap, standing proudly on its own. My interest was captured by this soulful story which is not the "usual" romance. While a quick read, I deliberately slowed down and read thoughtfully almost dreading reaching the end which was how it should be. This would translate to a beautiful movie (in black and white of course). I am grateful that I stumbled across this book and wish more of her work was translated!! A hidden gem that hopefull [...]

    4. Esta es la clase de basura que se escribe generalmente sobre lesbianas, y que estamos obligadas a leer en momentos de debilidad y hastío de la heterosexualidad absurdamente predominante.

    5. Taxi To Paris may be odd because of how the two characters meet and all the non-romantic aspects to their first encounter, yet it becomes a very endearing, even beautiful, odd as the novel moves slowly (and it does move slowly, though 'good' slowly) from something pedestrian to something special. There's a lot of conflict, but it's not the standard Harlequin kind of contention (where two people act out their dislike because they secretly have feelings for each other). Instead, it's an honest one [...]

    6. Mi primer libro lgtb.No tenía expectativas sobre este libro. Solo tenía curiosidad sobre qué trataba.Resulta que me entretuve leyendo este libro. La relación entre las protagonitas (no tienen nombre, por cierto) es una montaña rusa.Cosa que se prevía porque una de ellas es protituta.Lo que no me gustó es lo rápido que se enamoró la prostituta la prota. Nada más termina el primer capítulo y ¡zas! se enamoró. Eso ni en cuentos me lo trago.Lo que me gustó fue que la autora mostró lo [...]

    7. I gave it two starts because it reads easily and I actually managed to get halfway through despite finding it utterly ridiculous. The same clichéd story all over again - the tormented but irresistible hero, and the slightly naive woman who falls in love with this hero.It's 50 SHADES all over again, but Christian Grey is now a female prostitute. She's rich too, and she wears fancy silk clothes and ballroom dresses. The writing is just as bad, and the research work put into this book is zero. The [...]

    8. I do like this book, I like the chemestry that exist between this two aaand,. I love the stories about love/prostitutes/clients etc etc, they are really tragic. xDok, I like the way Gogoll wrote this book, I think is nice the way this two are one around the other, but, I was scared because it was going to end and the problem still existed, it is obvious what's gonna happen with those two, but still, I think it's way too open for me xD but I like it anyway

    9. "Recordé nuestro primer encuentro, en un café de mujeres llamado Bella Donna. Qué apropiado. Eso es exactamente lo que era ella, una mujer hermosa y también —o eso me parecía ahora— un veneno lento y mortal".

    10. I read the original German version of this and found it a bit boring, I must admit. Imagine something like 50 shades of grey for lesbians, it's just not my cup of tea. And the continuous self-doubt of the main character was a little too overbearig for my taste. That being said, the writing flows nicely, which makes it a fairly quick read.

    11. Nunca conseguí atraparme, me parece un libro frío, nunca me pude identificar con ningún personaje, no me gusta incluso que de las dos protagonistas ni siquiera llegamos a saber su nombre. Más que una novela, me pareció un buen de anécdotas de encuentros eróticos, nada más.

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