by Paulita Kincer

When her husband of a dozen years walks out in a huff, Caroline Randolph walks out too – to Europe, with her kids after impulsively selling her minivan for travel money. Tired of being the perfect wife, she escapes to rediscover herself, and possibly rekindle the unrequited love of a Frenchman from her college days. While shepherding her kids from London to Scotland then Paris to Provence, she finds herself at a crossroads. Does she choose love, or lust, in the arms of a European man, or should she try again with the father of her children and the man she truly loved, once?


“Just finished PaulitaKincer’s I see London, I see France and loved it! I felt like I was on a mini-vacation throughout Europe – visiting cities and locales I’ve never personally been to, but which were brought to life through Kincer’s writing. At the same time, the heroine is such a great character and someone I could totally relate to just a few years ago – stay at home mom of 3 little kids with overworked husband! She’s much more adventurous than I – taking 3 kids to Europe on a whim, but that’s what makes this book so fun – a heroine who takes risks, but still stays grounded for her kids and is trying to do the right thing for them. I whole heartedly recommend this most enjoyable book.” – Amazon review


“I highly recommend this book to really anyone.  Anyone that loves to travel or anyone that has had the yearning to find explore and find.  I wanted to hug Caroline and cry with her! This was a fantastic adventure filled with laughter, sadness and fulfillment.” – Book Nerd blog review.