Zoe Asher is a writer at large, and a self-confessed Francophile. She divides her time between New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, and the cobblestoned little nooks of southern France.
You will find Zoe in cafes, art galleries, markets, by the seaside and in urban jungles, patiently observing passersby and mulling over the twinkle in their eyes. Her sizzling novels draw on her travels and adventures with a liberal dollop of imagination – when is love truly love without a touch of madness?
A hopeless romantic, she is addicted to strong narratives of love in all forms: books by favorite authors such as Barbara Taylor Bradford, Elena Ferrante and Virginia Woolf, or the occasional gem from Hollywood. She would choose Keanu Reeves over Jack Nicholson in As Good As It Gets. Her music reflects her mood: classical, rock, jazz and disco. She tears up listening to Memories from Cats, Dance Me To The End of Love or Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen, or Air on a G String by Bach.
Zoe seldom leaves her doorstep without Nanou, her loving chihuahua and co-conspirator. They share a penchant for summer lavender.