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“This one brims with magic... An absolute page-turner and joy to read!— Jane Green, New York Times bestselling author A surprising astrology reading sends Natasha Sizlo—divorced, broke, freshly heartbroken, and reeling from her father’s death—on an unexpected but magical journey to France, in pursuit of a man born on a particular date in a particular place: November 2, 1968 “This one brims with magic... An absolute page-turner and joy to read!— Jane Green, New York Times bestselling author A surprising astrology reading sends Natasha Sizlo—divorced, broke, freshly heartbroken, and reeling from her father’s death—on an unexpected but magical journey to France, in pursuit of a man born on a particular date in a particular place: November 2, 1968 in Paris. It’s the cusp of Natasha Sizlo’s forty-fourth birthday. Still reeling from her disastrous divorce, she’s navigating life as a single mom and doing her best to fake it till she makes it in the cutthroat world of LA real estate. In the meantime, her ex-husband is dating a Hollywood star, and she’s just broken it off—for the hundredth and final time—with her devastatingly handsome but impossibly noncommittal French boyfriend. Just when it seems things can’t get any worse, her beloved father is given months to live. So when she’s gifted a session with LA’s most sought-after astrologist, Natasha—despite being a total skeptic—figures she has nothing to lose. The reading is eerily, impossibly accurate. As her misgivings give way, Natasha can’t help but ask about her ex-boyfriend, the French man she can’t seem to get over. To her surprise, the astrologist tells her that he is perfect for her. His birthday and birthplace—November 2, 1968, in Paris, France—lines up with her astrological point of destiny. The word husband comes up. Natasha is distraught. Panicked, even. Was he really The One? Was this all the big soul love she was destined for? Then, she has a lightning bolt of an idea: her ex wasn’t the only man born on November 2, 1968, in Paris. Natasha’s real soulmate is still out there—she just has to find him. Joined by her sister and two of her closest girlfriends and buoyed by her father’s parting message to never give up on love, Natasha flies to the City of Light, determined to take destiny into her own hands. Propulsive, touching, and darkly funny, All Signs Point to Paris is the story of one woman’s search for a second chance at love, with a dusting of astrological magic. Unforgettable and inspiring, Natasha’s journey reveals what can happen when you ask the universe for what you want—and are brave enough to open your heart when the answer finally comes.


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“This one brims with magic... An absolute page-turner and joy to read!— Jane Green, New York Times bestselling author A surprising astrology reading sends Natasha Sizlo—divorced, broke, freshly heartbroken, and reeling from her father’s death—on an unexpected but magical journey to France, in pursuit of a man born on a particular date in a particular place: November 2, 1968 “This one brims with magic... An absolute page-turner and joy to read!— Jane Green, New York Times bestselling author A surprising astrology reading sends Natasha Sizlo—divorced, broke, freshly heartbroken, and reeling from her father’s death—on an unexpected but magical journey to France, in pursuit of a man born on a particular date in a particular place: November 2, 1968 in Paris. It’s the cusp of Natasha Sizlo’s forty-fourth birthday. Still reeling from her disastrous divorce, she’s navigating life as a single mom and doing her best to fake it till she makes it in the cutthroat world of LA real estate. In the meantime, her ex-husband is dating a Hollywood star, and she’s just broken it off—for the hundredth and final time—with her devastatingly handsome but impossibly noncommittal French boyfriend. Just when it seems things can’t get any worse, her beloved father is given months to live. So when she’s gifted a session with LA’s most sought-after astrologist, Natasha—despite being a total skeptic—figures she has nothing to lose. The reading is eerily, impossibly accurate. As her misgivings give way, Natasha can’t help but ask about her ex-boyfriend, the French man she can’t seem to get over. To her surprise, the astrologist tells her that he is perfect for her. His birthday and birthplace—November 2, 1968, in Paris, France—lines up with her astrological point of destiny. The word husband comes up. Natasha is distraught. Panicked, even. Was he really The One? Was this all the big soul love she was destined for? Then, she has a lightning bolt of an idea: her ex wasn’t the only man born on November 2, 1968, in Paris. Natasha’s real soulmate is still out there—she just has to find him. Joined by her sister and two of her closest girlfriends and buoyed by her father’s parting message to never give up on love, Natasha flies to the City of Light, determined to take destiny into her own hands. Propulsive, touching, and darkly funny, All Signs Point to Paris is the story of one woman’s search for a second chance at love, with a dusting of astrological magic. Unforgettable and inspiring, Natasha’s journey reveals what can happen when you ask the universe for what you want—and are brave enough to open your heart when the answer finally comes.

30 review for All Signs Point to Paris: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Destiny

  1. 4 out of 5

    Maine Colonial

    I received a free advance digital galley from the publisher, via Netgalley. Do you remember the movie Only You from 1994, starring Marisa Tomei, Robert Downey Jr. and Bonnie Hunt? When I read the description of this memoir, I immediately thought of that movie, which was about a young woman (played by Tomei), who dashes off to Italy just before her wedding because of a childhood Ouija board prediction that she was destined to marry a man named Damon Bradley. A silly premise, but the movie was frot I received a free advance digital galley from the publisher, via Netgalley. Do you remember the movie Only You from 1994, starring Marisa Tomei, Robert Downey Jr. and Bonnie Hunt? When I read the description of this memoir, I immediately thought of that movie, which was about a young woman (played by Tomei), who dashes off to Italy just before her wedding because of a childhood Ouija board prediction that she was destined to marry a man named Damon Bradley. A silly premise, but the movie was frothy fun because of its gorgeous settings and charming actors. This book description sounded like that movie, and I love Paris, so I thought I’d try it out as a change-of-pace summer read. This is a very LA-state-of-mind story. The author, Sizlo, is divorced from a cinematographer husband who is now married to actress Anna Faris. Sizlo is a realtor at the mega-firm The Agency, which will be the subject in the fall of 2022 of a Netflix reality series titled Buying Beverly Hills. In this book, Sizlo complains frequently about her poverty, at least in comparison to the expectations of someone in her line of work. She apparently went bankrupt due to a small-business venture and now lives precariously on the irregular returns from her real estate job. Despite her claimed poverty, Sizlo describes regularly spending money on high-end clothing, accessories and styling, and ridiculous things like spa treatments, reiki, psychics of various types, “personal growth” retreats with healing gongs, and more. Her travails, other than her father’s painful death from lung disease, are hard to relate to or sympathize with. It’s difficult not to feel judgmental about her choices, considering she has two young children. About halfway through the book, Sizlo finally gets to Paris, along with her sister, Tara, and a couple of longtime friends. It was nice to read about the places they went in the City of Light. Not surprisingly, considering Sizlo’s lack of planning and foresight, it does not go as anticipated. I’m just too old, careful with my money, and practical-minded to enjoy a memoir of a flighty 40-ish mother who behaves with all the maturity of a spoiled teenager and is often just awful to her friends and especially her sister. There are a few moments in the book that save it from being a complete disaster, but this is definitely a not-for-me book. I’m going to seek out a rewatch of Only You to wash this one out of my brain.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Valerity (Val)

    This was an enchanting change from my usual true crime books. Natasha Sizlo writes about her crazy path to love, looking for men born on a certain date in Paris, just like her ex-boyfriend Phillipe. But this one will be her soulmate if she can find him. Her astrologer says so. Sad at points, also a funny and romantic memoir. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  3. 5 out of 5

    K.C.

    *Thank you to Mariner for an advance reader. *Full disclosure: I am the KC listed in this memoir. I am close friends with Natasha and Tara Sizlo but please know that I am an avid reader of all genres and in a monthly book club. I will write this as unbiased as I can to give you the best possible opinion. It was my honor to read, write this review and to be part of Natasha’s journey. This book seamlessly takes you on a fantastic ride of mystical delights from racy romps in the bedroom, soulmate se *Thank you to Mariner for an advance reader. *Full disclosure: I am the KC listed in this memoir. I am close friends with Natasha and Tara Sizlo but please know that I am an avid reader of all genres and in a monthly book club. I will write this as unbiased as I can to give you the best possible opinion. It was my honor to read, write this review and to be part of Natasha’s journey. This book seamlessly takes you on a fantastic ride of mystical delights from racy romps in the bedroom, soulmate searching, self-discovery and emotionally raw as she allows us to be part of her father’s last days on earth. This book was relatable, funny, emotionally cathartic to one who has had to deal with a parent dying, and speaks from her heart about her life lessons and journey to find love. This book was seamlessly so well written that I forgot I actually knew the person/people in the book or that I had actually been through it with her and her sister, Tara. I was laughing and crying while reading this book. I do encourage you to look up pineapple vaginal spray and maybe Natasha will write a second book and tell you the pineapple story that stemmed from our outlandish group texts. And perhaps the Scotland story of being rescued by the hot Scottish Fire Brigade while being stuck in an elevator. See how lucky I am? It’s always a hilarious adventure with Natasha and Tara! And the ending…well…I won’t spoil it for you…I would give it 10 stars if I could! Congratulations, Natasha! I’m so proud of you! xx

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jen

    I read an excerpt from this book and immediately downloaded it, then read it over a few hours. I loved it and felt like I was right there with the characters. This memoir focuses on Natasha’s quest to find her soulmate after an astrologist tells her about a birthday that is a perfect match. She goes to extremes to make this happen, but of course in real life things don’t go as planned, and she finds out more about herself during the journey. I can see why Natasha says she collects friends becaus I read an excerpt from this book and immediately downloaded it, then read it over a few hours. I loved it and felt like I was right there with the characters. This memoir focuses on Natasha’s quest to find her soulmate after an astrologist tells her about a birthday that is a perfect match. She goes to extremes to make this happen, but of course in real life things don’t go as planned, and she finds out more about herself during the journey. I can see why Natasha says she collects friends because she seems both likable and so very human. I teared up during every single mention of her dad (and as I am writing this!) because their relationship was just so well written and really hit home. Her quest to find true love was both hilarious and heartbreaking at times and I really felt like I was on the journey. I also enjoyed the very clear depictions of the places they visited while in Paris- they were descriptive without taking away from the pace of the story. I recommend everyone go read this book, even if you are a skeptic when it comes to astrology. This one will stick with me for while and I feel like Tash and I already kind of friends :)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Irene Damron

    Thank you to NetGalley and Mariner Books for this ARC. All Signs Point to Paris is an intriguing memoir about Natasha Sizlo’s fantastical journey to find her soulmate. A broke divorcée who has recently lost her father, Natasha hears an astrology reading and heads to Paris to find a man born there on November 2, 1968. With my head still in the clouds after binge-watching Emily in Paris, I quickly became invested in this romantic Parisian quest for love. I would have loved to have followed it in rea Thank you to NetGalley and Mariner Books for this ARC. All Signs Point to Paris is an intriguing memoir about Natasha Sizlo’s fantastical journey to find her soulmate. A broke divorcée who has recently lost her father, Natasha hears an astrology reading and heads to Paris to find a man born there on November 2, 1968. With my head still in the clouds after binge-watching Emily in Paris, I quickly became invested in this romantic Parisian quest for love. I would have loved to have followed it in real time, as she documented the experience through social media. There were a few points where I’d forget I was reading a memoir and that’s not a bad thing. All I can say is that I hope every detail in this book is true, from the clouds parting during the funeral, to the Utah Jazz family van, and all of the beautiful “signs” from their dad that Natasha and her sister found while in Paris. It’s these little details that really create a rich connection for the reader. I wasn’t particularly interested in the House notes, but I can see why others might be, as astrology plays a key role in the author’s experience. By the time she begins her transformation with a haircut, I was dying to find her Instagram account, but I was determined to avoid spoilers. Now that I’ve finished the book, I already want to reread it. I think anyone that reads this will join me in rooting for Natasha. I know that she will get her happy ending.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Schumann

    I was given an advanced copy to read as a “recovery” book during my healing days from a surgery… “All Signs Point to Paris” reads like a perfect mini series/or movie that I hope one day, to actually watch! Makes me want to jump on a plane, back to Paris. The love bond between a father/daughter, a sister/sister and friend to friend is a treasure that Natasha writes about perfectly. Love with your future partner is an added bonus. We all have our issues and she puts them all out there for her read I was given an advanced copy to read as a “recovery” book during my healing days from a surgery… “All Signs Point to Paris” reads like a perfect mini series/or movie that I hope one day, to actually watch! Makes me want to jump on a plane, back to Paris. The love bond between a father/daughter, a sister/sister and friend to friend is a treasure that Natasha writes about perfectly. Love with your future partner is an added bonus. We all have our issues and she puts them all out there for her readers to embrace. Loved the imperfect beautiful person she is continually becoming and can’t wait to read what adventure is next- hurry and write it already!!!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Katie Crabill

    Natasha Sizlo is on a mission to find all single men who were born on November 2, 1968 in Paris. Why? Because her astrologist told her that her soul mate is a man who was born in Paris on November 2, 1968. Does it get any more LA than that? In this touching memoir we learn about Sizlo's journey through managing the grief of losing her father to a terminal disease to a whirlwind trip to Paris to find The One. She only finds the courage to go because on his death bed her father gives her the okay, Natasha Sizlo is on a mission to find all single men who were born on November 2, 1968 in Paris. Why? Because her astrologist told her that her soul mate is a man who was born in Paris on November 2, 1968. Does it get any more LA than that? In this touching memoir we learn about Sizlo's journey through managing the grief of losing her father to a terminal disease to a whirlwind trip to Paris to find The One. She only finds the courage to go because on his death bed her father gives her the okay, even encouraging her adventure to find the magic and hold out for love. I absolutely loved this memoir. While it might be completely far fetched to think that a person's soul mate was born on a specific date in Paris, France because their natal chart told them so, I completely bought into the story. Perhaps I am as much of a hopeless romantic that Sizlo is. I bought into the magic of searching through the city for your destiny. I was happy to read about how Natasha grew through the experience, and came out the other side a better person. Who doesn't love a story when the main character evolves? Also as a shameless Bravo fan, I loved the mentions of her work at The Agency, did not expect that! This was just an overall feel good memoir that tied up nicely with a bow. Finally, I wish I got to know Bob Sizlo in real life. Sounded like an amazing person and father. Joe Cool! I received a review copy from Mariner Books via NetGalley and I voluntarily provided an honest review. This does not affect the opinion of the book or the content of the review.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    This woman is wild and tells a great story. It's almost hard to review without giving out spoilers but let's just say this was quite a ride and I'm glad she took us along. And she's quite brave I think too. I never would have had the chutzpah to do what she did in Paris!! This woman is wild and tells a great story. It's almost hard to review without giving out spoilers but let's just say this was quite a ride and I'm glad she took us along. And she's quite brave I think too. I never would have had the chutzpah to do what she did in Paris!!

  9. 5 out of 5

    J

    Natasha Sizlo became divorced and her Dad passed away. A friend gifts her an astrology reading, and is told that her soulmate was born on November 2, 1968, in Paris. She and her sister decided to go to Paris and meet as many men that were born on that date that they could find. Natasha was searching for her soulmate, and we see how she goes about doing it. Someone special to her told her that she didn't want him, she wanted someone to put her back together. She thinks about it and realizes that Natasha Sizlo became divorced and her Dad passed away. A friend gifts her an astrology reading, and is told that her soulmate was born on November 2, 1968, in Paris. She and her sister decided to go to Paris and meet as many men that were born on that date that they could find. Natasha was searching for her soulmate, and we see how she goes about doing it. Someone special to her told her that she didn't want him, she wanted someone to put her back together. She thinks about it and realizes that what he said was actually true. She learns a lot, and on the one-year anniversary of her Dad dying, Her, her sister and mother go out on a boat, to scatter her father's ashes. She has felt her father's presence while she was on the journey she was on, but she knew it was time to let him go and move on with her life. When she was scattering the last of his ashes, they didn't seem to want to come out of the container. It was like her Dad wasn't ready to leave yet. I enjoyed reading Natasha's story, because loss and grief, affects a person, and it affected her. She tells us the journey she took, how it went, what she learned, and who she was at the end of this part of her journey. Having had loss and grief and knowing what I went through, it was nice reading about how someone else's journey went. I received an ARC from Mariner Books through NetGalley.

  10. 4 out of 5

    OldBookseller

    I loved this book: a fun, funny beachy read with real heart and depth. I'd recommend it to anyone who ever found themselves wondering if all the magic in life had been spent; if all the "what-ifs" have been answered--and not in the way you'd hoped. Is there ever still a chance for a happily ever after? It's set in a city and world I don't know at all and loved reading about--LA and the world of high end real estate. That's the first part of the book, and then the very end, too, after she comes ba I loved this book: a fun, funny beachy read with real heart and depth. I'd recommend it to anyone who ever found themselves wondering if all the magic in life had been spent; if all the "what-ifs" have been answered--and not in the way you'd hoped. Is there ever still a chance for a happily ever after? It's set in a city and world I don't know at all and loved reading about--LA and the world of high end real estate. That's the first part of the book, and then the very end, too, after she comes back home. The middle takes place in Paris, a city I love, and where Natasha Sizlo goes to try to find her soulmate. At age 45. With her sister and two best girlfriends. And suitcases full of gifted and borrowed date-night worthy clothes. Honestly, it was so fun to read about their trip and Natasha is very open about the ups and downs and even the stupid things she did while searching for love. And then the scene at the end where she finds (NOT GOING TO SPOIL). Omg. I'd like to say PLEASE LET SOMETHING LIKE THIS HAPPEN TO ME but I'd never be brave enough to do what she did in the first place.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Susie Dumond

    When Natasha Sizlo's astrologer told her that her toxic ex's chart was her perfect match, she knew he couldn't really be her soulmate. But he couldn't be the only person born on November 2, 1978 in Paris. With her dying father's encouragement, Sizlo decided to fly to Paris to find every man she could born on that date — and hopefully to find true love. Sizlo writes engagingly about her journey, which often feels too magical and thrilling to be true. I appreciate how Sizlo doesn't shy away from th When Natasha Sizlo's astrologer told her that her toxic ex's chart was her perfect match, she knew he couldn't really be her soulmate. But he couldn't be the only person born on November 2, 1978 in Paris. With her dying father's encouragement, Sizlo decided to fly to Paris to find every man she could born on that date — and hopefully to find true love. Sizlo writes engagingly about her journey, which often feels too magical and thrilling to be true. I appreciate how Sizlo doesn't shy away from the messier moments in her adventures and embraces both her optimism and her eccentricity. Whether you believe astrology or not, this memoir about finding love in unexpected ways is delightful and inspiring! Thanks to the publisher for the advanced copy.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Brandy

    Well, I stayed up until 2 am to finish this when I need to be up and ready to travel in four hours so clearly this one gripped me. Was I very angry Natasha for the entire time she was in Paris? Yes. However. I also spent a lot of the last two days in tears trying to figure out how to finally start living the life I want at 32. So. I think this is one of those books that hits at just exactly the right time. Also I desperately need a sequel. Disclaimer: I received an ARC from Goodreads Giveaways, Well, I stayed up until 2 am to finish this when I need to be up and ready to travel in four hours so clearly this one gripped me. Was I very angry Natasha for the entire time she was in Paris? Yes. However. I also spent a lot of the last two days in tears trying to figure out how to finally start living the life I want at 32. So. I think this is one of those books that hits at just exactly the right time. Also I desperately need a sequel. Disclaimer: I received an ARC from Goodreads Giveaways, however my review is entirely my own.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kristi Duarte

    I thoroughly enjoyed this memoir. I loved the sassy voice, the author's bravery in searching for her soul mate, her no-nonsense introspection, and her readiness to show vulnerability. The setting in Paris was a plus, as was the insight into the glamorous life of the LA glitterati. The story was fun and captivating, and---thankfully---well-edited. I already have a list of people with whom I'd like to share this book once it's published. I thoroughly enjoyed this memoir. I loved the sassy voice, the author's bravery in searching for her soul mate, her no-nonsense introspection, and her readiness to show vulnerability. The setting in Paris was a plus, as was the insight into the glamorous life of the LA glitterati. The story was fun and captivating, and---thankfully---well-edited. I already have a list of people with whom I'd like to share this book once it's published.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Paige Nolan

    If you need a fun, heartfelt, can't-put-it-down kind of story - this is your next book. I was rooting for Natasha and her search for love from the beginning! I am a fan of astrology so I appreciated that aspect of the book - and the idea that something less logical can inspire us to open up our thinking about life...and launch us into the mindset of HOPE. I found Natasha's courage to be inspiring and her honesty as a writer to be compelling. Her voice is real, authentic, honest and true - and in If you need a fun, heartfelt, can't-put-it-down kind of story - this is your next book. I was rooting for Natasha and her search for love from the beginning! I am a fan of astrology so I appreciated that aspect of the book - and the idea that something less logical can inspire us to open up our thinking about life...and launch us into the mindset of HOPE. I found Natasha's courage to be inspiring and her honesty as a writer to be compelling. Her voice is real, authentic, honest and true - and in reading memoir, that's what counts. It's a slice of truth and it made me think about what is true and real for me in my life...and of course, how I can seek it with more openness and possibility and HOPE. And it definitely made me want to take a trip to Paris with my girlfriends! Enjoy!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

    This is a super memoir about a woman looking for love, magic and destiny. While I was reading it I kept thinking that surely I was reading a romantic fiction novel, yet apparently author Natasha Sizlo really did go to Paris to search for her one true love who her astrologer told her was someone born in Paris on November 2, 1968. And she didn't conduct her search quietly - she cast a wide net on social media, through dating apps, by posting posters everywhere and telling literally everyone she me This is a super memoir about a woman looking for love, magic and destiny. While I was reading it I kept thinking that surely I was reading a romantic fiction novel, yet apparently author Natasha Sizlo really did go to Paris to search for her one true love who her astrologer told her was someone born in Paris on November 2, 1968. And she didn't conduct her search quietly - she cast a wide net on social media, through dating apps, by posting posters everywhere and telling literally everyone she meets about her search. Just crazy! But loads of fun. Maybe one day in the not to near future she will be making her acting debut in a Netflix series based on her memoir. Will be recommending it to my book club as soon as it is published. Thanks to #NetGalley #BookClubGIrl and #HarperCollins for the advanced read.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Carolyn

    All Signs Point to Paris by Natasha Sizlo is the true story of the author's search for her soulmate as dictated by her horoscope and her astrologer, who says she should look for a man born on a certain date in Paris and he will be the one. First of all, the book was well written. What I found interesting, was how did she find herself in the position she was in? She was married to a wealthy man and had two children, yet she bemoans the fact that she was in a small house with no money throughout t All Signs Point to Paris by Natasha Sizlo is the true story of the author's search for her soulmate as dictated by her horoscope and her astrologer, who says she should look for a man born on a certain date in Paris and he will be the one. First of all, the book was well written. What I found interesting, was how did she find herself in the position she was in? She was married to a wealthy man and had two children, yet she bemoans the fact that she was in a small house with no money throughout the novel. This is the man who married Anna Faris after Chris Pratt, so didn't she get alimony and child support and wouldn't it have been substantial? In addition, she sold trendy real estate to the stars, so even with a 6% commission on these properties, she was making money. So her choice of what to do with her money is to spend it on a pricey astrologer and then fly to Paris for a week to look for her soulmate, then spend the entire time on her phone trying to meet up with men who were ghosting her? I'm sure that money would have been better spent in some other way. Then at the end to get nothing out of it? I found this novel to be pure frustration...stop making bad choices Natasha! Maybe get yourself together before you fly across the world to find your soulmate. Or look closer to home because finding a man in Paris is certainly going to create bigger problems, do you expect him to drop everything and move to LA? Talk about unrealistic goals. Thank you to the author, Mariner Books and NetGalley for an ARC of this novel in exchange for my honest review.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kathryn

    Enjoyed reading about the author's attempt to find a second chance at love. She's just turned 45 when she realizes her life is tight finances to support herself and her son and daughter, her business has gone under so now she's selling real estate. her marriage is over and she's now divorced, and the man she had hoped to be her second true love for the past 5-7 years is not, and her beloved father has just passed away. A friend gives her a chance to have a session with an astrologist as a birthd Enjoyed reading about the author's attempt to find a second chance at love. She's just turned 45 when she realizes her life is tight finances to support herself and her son and daughter, her business has gone under so now she's selling real estate. her marriage is over and she's now divorced, and the man she had hoped to be her second true love for the past 5-7 years is not, and her beloved father has just passed away. A friend gives her a chance to have a session with an astrologist as a birthday gift. she's told that her soulmate would have a birthdate of November 2, 1968 and be born in Paris. That fit the man she's been with, but she knows he's really not the one. She makes a decision that she is going to go to Paris and find her soulmate with the correct birthday and born in Paris. Before her father passes, he hears of her plans and says he'll be with her. She goes with her older sister, 2 friends who support her with this idea. They post flyers and hand out cards asking for a man who fits the birthdate and birthplace. Not all works out as she hoped, but Paris is Paris. Some of the men meet with her, others don't fit the birthdate or birthplace, some ghost her or don't answer her messages, texts or call back. She does meet someone who is Danish and good looking, nice, etc. Unfortunately, it's when she's leaving and he works in Paris. I know she'll keep in touch with him and hopefully, he'll be the one. I hope the author writes a continuation on finding her soul mate.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    I loved this book! I love reading stories involving romance in France. This book was a very heartwarming memoir. I hope that Tasha has found her true love or will find her true love soon. I am also sorry for the loss of her dad.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Anita

    All Signs Point to Paris is a memoir about Natasha Sizlo's weird and wonderful search for her soulmate. I wasn't sure about the concept of finding love based on an astrology reading as I'am a bit of a cynic when it comes to astrology. ( I am a Capricorn, after all ) but as it turns out so was Natasha. I was shocked by how quickly I abandoned my preconceived opinions and jumped onboard. All Signs Point to Paris made feel alive, drawn to love again, to chase life to almost perfection, to prove myse All Signs Point to Paris is a memoir about Natasha Sizlo's weird and wonderful search for her soulmate. I wasn't sure about the concept of finding love based on an astrology reading as I'am a bit of a cynic when it comes to astrology. ( I am a Capricorn, after all ) but as it turns out so was Natasha. I was shocked by how quickly I abandoned my preconceived opinions and jumped onboard. All Signs Point to Paris made feel alive, drawn to love again, to chase life to almost perfection, to prove myself. ASPP will also appeal to those who don't take chances on love, with its wonderful balance of personal memoir, elegance and pure human interest. One of the most liberal, organic and beautiful works I have read in a long time.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Match

    Good reads- I absolutely loved this book! It’s been awhile since I’ve enjoyed a book to the point where I couldn’t put it down. I laughed & cried and didn’t want it to end! Although it’s a memoir it reads like a modern day Julia Roberts, Meg Ryan Rom-com. It is the perfect summer read. I can’t wait for Part 2. It’s what we all need a bit more of these days: Hope, Love and the belief in a bit of magic. The authors voice is strong and honest. You feel like you are right there with her experiencing i Good reads- I absolutely loved this book! It’s been awhile since I’ve enjoyed a book to the point where I couldn’t put it down. I laughed & cried and didn’t want it to end! Although it’s a memoir it reads like a modern day Julia Roberts, Meg Ryan Rom-com. It is the perfect summer read. I can’t wait for Part 2. It’s what we all need a bit more of these days: Hope, Love and the belief in a bit of magic. The authors voice is strong and honest. You feel like you are right there with her experiencing it all. 5 stars all the way. Would give it a 10 if I could. *Thank you Mariner Books for this ARC!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Five stars all the way! Hooked from the very beginning-real, raw, relatable, all the feels needed for a perfect vacation read. I felt as if I was along for the ride of Natasha’s quest for love and it made me feel excited and free and like we all need to not be afraid to go out into the world and once in a while do something a little “crazy” to figure out what we want, who we really are, and where are we going in this so called life of ours! Bravo, Natasha, way to take a leap of faith! Thank you Five stars all the way! Hooked from the very beginning-real, raw, relatable, all the feels needed for a perfect vacation read. I felt as if I was along for the ride of Natasha’s quest for love and it made me feel excited and free and like we all need to not be afraid to go out into the world and once in a while do something a little “crazy” to figure out what we want, who we really are, and where are we going in this so called life of ours! Bravo, Natasha, way to take a leap of faith! Thank you ,Mariner, for an advanced reader!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Danni Phantom Reads

    Simply put this book is beautiful! It’s a work of art, I typically don’t read memoirs, I stick pretty firmly to my fiction fantasy true crime mess and I love it there, but this was a glorious escape to follow a real person and read their journey. It was written with divinity I swear lol, such a fantastic read, I highly recommend! I cried, I sobbed, I laughed and couldn’t put it down!!! Now brb while i scour instagram for pictures to feed my (never been to) paris withdrawal!😂 Thank you to NetGalle Simply put this book is beautiful! It’s a work of art, I typically don’t read memoirs, I stick pretty firmly to my fiction fantasy true crime mess and I love it there, but this was a glorious escape to follow a real person and read their journey. It was written with divinity I swear lol, such a fantastic read, I highly recommend! I cried, I sobbed, I laughed and couldn’t put it down!!! Now brb while i scour instagram for pictures to feed my (never been to) paris withdrawal!😂 Thank you to NetGalley and Mariner Books for access to this ARC in exchange for an honest review!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Gabrielle Hartley

    I couldn’t put it down. Total page Turner and I have the shortest attention span of anyone ever.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Marco Viera

    If anyone is looking for a well written fun book this is it! I read it on my flight back East and couldn’t put it down. I love how real the author was about her journey to find her soulmate in Paris. Her female friendships and how she just went for it and shared her journey with all of us. Highly recommend this book!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mia

    Was such a fun read - I loved this book! It had everything - Los Angeles, Paris, romance, humor, heartache, fashion, friendship, and sisters. I even learned more about astrology and want a reading with Stephanie now. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!

  26. 5 out of 5

    SHACHAR

    This is a touching and relatable account of a woman finding love in the most magical (yes I went there) way possible. We all want to be Natasha, or have a side of us that aspires to be like her. She is a fierce character with a funny and cosmic way of telling her life’s love story. A must read!!!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Lucy

    This book is a great read about loss, friendships and finding love in all forms. Natasha's writing is beautiful and touching. Thank you for sharing your story This book is a great read about loss, friendships and finding love in all forms. Natasha's writing is beautiful and touching. Thank you for sharing your story

  28. 4 out of 5

    LOLA

    Like all memoirs, ALL SIGNS is a true story but one of the things I loved about it is that it reads at times like a romantic comedy. Thank you Mariner for an advance reader!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra Smith

    I won an ARC of this book from Goodreads and really enjoyed reading Natasha’s journey.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    I loved this book from start to finish. It will make you laugh, cry, and reflect on your own life. I can't wait to read more titles from this author. I loved this book from start to finish. It will make you laugh, cry, and reflect on your own life. I can't wait to read more titles from this author.

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