About Guy Blaise

Author and lover

My Story

Guy Blaise is an author and Frenchman currently living and working in America. He lived in Eastern France and Paris, where he witnessed the dating experiences of the strong women in his family and listened closely to the advice his grandmother routinely gave them about love. After two decades of living in America and struck by the differences between two cultures’ approaches to romance and sex, Guy starting writing books offering his insights and started The French Perspective blog. 

His previous books include Vive la Difference: A Frenchman’s Perspective on American Women, Love, Respect, and Relationships; Negrophobia; and Dieu Aussi se Plaindrait aux Etats-Unis.

Father to four daughters and a son, Guy enjoys spending time with his family, reading anthropology, and performing martial arts. He is a third-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do and has blue belts in Karate and Hapkido. He currently lives in North Carolina.

About Guy Blaise

Author and lover

My Story

Guy Blaise is an author and Frenchman currently living and working in America. He lived in Eastern France and Paris, where he witnessed the dating experiences of the strong women in his family and listened closely to the advice his grandmother routinely gave them about love. After two decades of living in America and struck by the differences between two cultures’ approaches to romance and sex, Guy starting writing books offering his insights and started The French Perspective blog. 

His previous books include Vive la Difference: A Frenchman’s Perspective on American Women, Love, Respect, and Relationships; Negrophobia; and Dieu Aussi se Plaindrait aux Etats-Unis.

Father to four daughters and a son, Guy enjoys spending time with his family, reading anthropology, and performing martial arts. He is a third-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do and has blue belts in Karate and Hapkido. He currently lives in North Carolina.

Buy the Book

Love Like the French

Other Books

Vive La Difference

In a collection of essays and letters, Guy, in coming from a long family line of strong women, presents his observations of cultural norms and attitudes that highlights the differences between French and American women.

My Highlights

French men and women have a lot to teach Americans about dating, love and “Joie de vivre.” For years, I’ve traveled the world and seen how love is done by people of all nationalities. I’ve got to say, we French do it best. And I’m going to show you how it’s done.

Countries traveled

Of Happy Couples

Interviews Conducted

Words Written on Love

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Ce n’est pas l’union des corps qui fait l’amour, c’est l’union des ames

It is not the union of bodies that makes love, it is the union of souls.