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Find You in Paris: an enemies-to-lovers romance (The Darcy Brothers Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Book 1 of 4 in The Darcy Brothers
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"The two characters are very well written and their love story is sweet and hot. Truly, it steams! Certainly a modern day descendant of P&P." A Thoughtful Reveal (2016)
"How is this book related to Pride and Prejudice, you ask? ... Terrible first impressions, overheard insults, hate to love, the rich vs. the poor, misunderstood feelings, and the undeniable chemistry between the couple." Of Pens and Pages (2016)
"I adored this modern day fairy tale, which gives a nod to Pride and Prejudice. ... A fabulous romantic page turner. You will love the twists. You will also enjoy the witty commentary, Diane's adorable goofiness, and the lust and lovemaking." Author Jena C. Henry (2016)
"This novel is written in the spirit of pure pleasure, and it delivers just that." Kirkus Reviews (2017)
From the Author
CONTEMPORARY ROMANCES & ROM-COMS
- Winter's Gift
- What If It's Love?
- Falling for Emma
- Under My Skin
- You're the One (companion novella)
- Amanda's Guide to Love
- The Devil's Own Chloe
- An Autumn in Paris
- Find You in Paris
- Raphael's Fling
- The Perfect Catch
- Clarissa and the Cowboy (companion novella)
- Playing with Fire
- Playing for Keeps
- Playing Dirty
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- The Commander's Captive
- The Dragon's Woman
- The Samurai's Lover
- The Vestal's Steward
- File size : 3637 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publication date : July 9, 2016
- Print length : 280 pages
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- Language: : English
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- ASIN : B01ERZFFSK
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #259,347 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Sebastian D'Arcy is a sexy French aristocrat and the oldest of the D'Arcy brothers. Sebastian is the CEO of D'Arcy Parfums and is the level headed brother. Diane is an aspiring photographer that dislikes what Sebastian represents with a passion and blames D'Arcy Parfums for her family's problems. Sebastian finds the feisty Diane immune to his money and charms and makes her an offer she can not refuse. Diane takes advantage of the opportunity to get to know Sebastian so that she can uncover and reveal his secrets; thus destroying his reputation.
The chemistry between the couple is great. It has an unexpected plot twist near the end that seemed a bit rushed and the ending was a bit rushed as well. I loved the witty banter between Sebastian and Diane and felt like it made the story enjoyable. I received this book as an ARC and voluntarily submit my honest review.
It was such an easy read with funny moments, some awkwardly awesome and me getting on Dianne's shoes because of her love towards photography... and a certain Darcy hoovering around 😀😉
If there's one man that fledgling art photographer Diane Petit really, really, actively hates, it's fragrance mogul Sebastian Darcy who stole her father's company--and wrecked the man's health in the process.
But the arrogant SOB had better brace himself because Diane has vowed revenge.
And revenge she will have.
I enjoyed this book so much, it just seems like I just blew through it. Great Main Characters. I just loved Diane, her smarty mouth and her marching to the beat of a different drummer. At least she stood out that way in the "rich crowd". Her words and even some of her thoughts were funny! She hated Sebastian and she hated rich people. Sebastian? Oh, he was exactly as described, arrogant, a guy you would love to hate. I was wondering how in the world I was ever going to like the "hero?" of the book. He played it that way for quite a while too. He was like a hard to crack rock. Then there was a slight shift every so often, and I got a glimpse of some possible redeeming qualities and then he would open up his mouth again. And my liking him slipped back down a few notches. Hang on though, there is a HEA so you know some things have to get worked out. Some of it was pretty amusing and a few were a touch heartbreaking.
Some of the secondary people that came to visit in this story were "old friends" to me. Why? Because I have read many of their stories that took place at La Boheme Bistro. This one doesn't take place there but the influence is still in the background. Rich people, remember?
Some really good twists and turns in this one, with a surprise villain. I just had one quick wondering of who it was but I had also looked at a couple of other less than pleasant people before the reveal.
The only question that remained in my mind was "whatever happened with Sebastian's mom and his youngest brother, Noah?" They were "unavailable" by choice, throughout the story.
Oh wait. Maybe in the next book about the Darcy brothers?
Just as a side note, I grabbed onto this book because I liked the author's unusual themes and quirky characters. Some I liked better than otheres. But this one? This one is probably now one of my favorites!
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Top reviews from other countries
Love every one in it n can't wait to read about Raphael's story!
Go get a copy soon! U won't regret it!
PA managed to suss out the butlers involvement and he was caught before she was harmed other than being grossly dehydrated. And the rest as one says is history. Great read.