Reading progress update: I've read 52 out of 375 pages.
"Man [Ray] takes the sandwiches and turns away, then pauses and turns back to her. On his face is an expression she hasn't yet seen there, a sudden awareness mixed with gratitude. "Miss Miller," he says, "what did I do before you?"
"Got your own sandwiches, I imagine," Lee says, and feels his eyes on her as she walks away.
Well, so far so good. A little too much telling rather than showing for my liking but not bad for a first novel.
I loved the introductory chapter...it started as a sort of retrospective and immediately made me want to read more about Miller.
I'm not getting a sense of of Paris in 1929, tho.