A Jesus-loving taxi driver. The Gay Mafia. A handsome landlord. Delicious food. The Count. Love. More food. Italy. France.
On the advice of a Jesus-loving taxi driver while on the New Jersey Turnpike, Christine leaves Pavlov Memento, her deeply flawed boyfriend of seven years, two days before moving to Italy. She nurses her heartbreak in an empty palazzo by the sea; then, with the help of her new friends – a group of men who call themselves the Gay Mafia – she moves to Rome and her new life begins. Follow her as she meets Hank Decker, the retired American cop who protects her when Pavlov tracks her down; her First Italian, the Cheese Lady; Alessio, the handsome landlord who leaves her tongue-tied; The Count, who whisks her away to Venice for Carnivale; and finally Cal, the Parisian-born Jersey boy living a strangely parallel existence in the South of France who will change her life. When everything goes awry and she’s forced to move back to New York, she searches desperately for a way to return to Rome, Cal, and her beloved Gay Mafia. Will she succeed? Christine’s real-life tale will make you laugh, make you hungry – and make you follow your dreams to the arrivals gate at your favorite destination.
You can read more of this riveting tale in my book, cleverly titled Miss Expatria. And it’s for sale on Amazon!
You’ll want to read it now so that when Miss Expatria, Come Home hits the stores, you’ll be all caught up. Don’t get left behind! Get your red-hot, shiny black copy of Miss Expatria delivered to your home today!
Hi Chris! I’d like to buy your book. I’d like to know how to order it. Thanks! — KH
Happened upon your site while searching for that amazing bakery in the French Quarter with the incomparable croissants. Since I’m here, do you happen to know the name of it? Gorgeous place, tile all over the place, best latte on the planet. Now that I’m here I’ll poke around a bit. What’s up with this book? I’m an advocated of advice from Jesus-loving taxi drivers! Janice
HELLO MISS EXPATRIA,
PLEASE TELL ME HOW I CAN PURCHASE THIS BOOK??? I MAY HAVE A NEW YORK PUBLISHER
WHO MAY BE INTERESTED…….
I love the name of your book!! Great pick!! And I’ve already signed up on Amazon to be auto-notified of it’s publication!!
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Christine – you are amazing.
I’ve got it!
Everyone has to buy a copy!
I love you
books are the way to go, they pay better than blogs 🙂
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I’d like to write a blog post about you and your book…drop me a line when you have some time to answer a few questions via email!
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Real life can be more bizarre than fiction.
I’d love to read the book, but I wish it was available for the Kindle, which is the easiest way for us to get English books in China.
Do you have an e-book version available I could purchase?
Amazing blog, I could get lost in her all day!
That should be lost in here.
Just bought your book. Can hardly wait.
Have a great day!
Excellent! This made my day.
Your book arrived yesterday. I am really enjoying your adventures and engaging sense of humor.
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