Saturday, December 28, 2013

Romance Book Review: Imogene Nix's A Bar in Paris

Author: Imogene Nix
Digital ISBN: 9781937325954
Genre: Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
Publisher: Beachwalk Press

Purchase Link: Beachwalk Press

Davina is taking a long weekend for herself in Paris. She hope that she'll be able to find someone who is willing to enjoy the weekend with her and then maybe she can go back to her lonely life satisfied. After spending an evening in a bar she almost gives up home before Johnathon walks in the door. 

Shoring up all her energy Davina approaches the handsome man and propositions him.

Never having done this before, Davina is nervous, but excited at the same time. Now just to not fall for the charming Englishman.

This is a wonderful short story that I wish could have had more scene development and less bedroom scenes. I liked the character development, even for a story with only one point of view, there was a lot to be learned about Johnathon's character as well. Nice for a short evening read.

Turning 30? All alone? A commitment-free weekend in Paris should help…shouldn't it?

What does a single woman do when she's turning thirty? She takes a weekend trip to Paris looking for commitment-free sex. Or that's what Davina Chandler does, anyway.

Enter Johnathon, a tall, charming Englishman. How can she possibly resist his magnetism and that sexy dimple?

What starts out as a lark quickly becomes so much more, but can one weekend turn into a lifetime? And will a lie of omission bring everything into jeopardy?

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