Ever dream of staying in an authentic 18th century farmhouse in the French countryside? Then come along with this family of four who traversed the back roads and motorways of northern France in their quest to become faux French citizens for two weeks. Read of their experiences in this land filled with rich history, fine champagne, culinary treasures and a style that only the French can claim.
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Lorice Sherman is passionate about writing, photography and travel. Her travels through Europe fueled her fervor for history and culture. Her love of travel began as a young girl during family trips around the country. She's traveled to at least forty states, over thirty countries and sailed on twenty five cruises and she's nowhere near finished. Her first novel, Murder on the Med, mirrored a Mediterranean cruise that she and her husband took several years ago. If she had unlimited time and money, she'd probably never be home A married, mother of two daughters, she currently lives in Gilbert, Arizona and is working on her third book.
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