The first book in the sexy International Guy series from #1 New York Times bestselling author Audrey Carlan.
Paris, France. The City of Lights is buzzing with more than just electricity…
I love women. All women. I’ve made a career out of being exactly what a woman needs.
You want something outta life and have the money to back that dream? Let’s discuss it. For the right price, anything is possible, and I’m the guy who’s going to help you get it. There’s no challenge I can’t meet, and I never leave a client unsatisfied.
So when perfume heiress Sophie Rolland calls me to help take her family’s company - and Paris - by storm, I know exactly what she needs. Just a few days with my team and there will be no stopping Sophie.
Watching a gorgeous woman come alive in the City of Lights - that’s why I got into this business. Not to mention what happens when those lights go out…
My name is Parker Ellis. You can call me The Dream Maker.
About the Series
Parker Ellis, CEO of International Guy Inc., advises the wealthiest people in the world on life and love. And sometimes he can’t help it when things heat up and he ends up in bed with his clients.
This International Guy knows that there’s a whole world waiting for him. But as he goes from city to city - and from woman to woman - it’s possible that he just might find his own love along the way…
This is the first book in a twelve-novella series.
Oooh LALA Paris, and all things Parker
OK - I have heard the first three books... IG 1, 2, and 3. Audrey is on a fun style roll here with her Calendar Girl type monthly relationship, only this time, it's a guy! Parker Ellis and two college buddies and/aka business partners run a business to help high end clients achieve goals, regardless of what they are. This book has us in Paris, seeing Parker attend to a Sophie, a young woman whose father has just died, leaving her with a large empire to run. Too young and not too stylish, but with good instincts and morals, she lacks the confidence to feel secure in this position. Enter Parker Ellis, enthralled with her, and protective and enthralled. He and his crew improve things for her in the personal and professional department, and in the end, he and Sophie are friends... as his next client awaits in NYC. .... Sebastian is one of my favorite narrators, but his female french accent and pronunciation are almost comical. I heard Pepe Le Pew in there so many times,. I thought he was trying to be ironic... like "OK guys, here's what you get when you ask ME to narrate a french female in her early 20s..." That said, we LOVE Sebastian... so I'm hooked on the series... bring more!
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- JM Saenz
Miss Carlin really hit it out of the park with this one series starter. This book is great. Funny, cheek, and sexy.
And like always, Sebastian York was really good.