Passion in Paris by Helen Hardt

Passion in Paris by Helen Hardt
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short (34 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4.5 Cherries
Review by: Azalea

Attempting to overcome her fear of heights by visiting the top of the Eiffel Tower, Raine never expects to end up in the arms of a gorgeous Frenchman. But after fainting in the tower’s elevator, that’s where she awakens. Blaise is young, charming, and hot, so why, Raine wonders, is he attracted to her? And why does she have the strange feeling she’s seen him somewhere before?

What could be better than visiting the sights of Paris including the famous Eiffel Tower, than finding yourself in the Tower elevator with a handsome stranger?

Reine has acrophobia but is determined to overcome the fear by riding the Tour Eiffel elevator. Her attempt at bravery is short lived, however, when she falls backward and passes out. Rescued by a handsome stranger, she eventually thinks she recognizes him but all is not as it first seems. This story comprises all four levels, sweet, sensual, spicy and definitely hot, hot, hot.

If you’re a Francophile as am I, you will appreciate the sprinkling of French words interspersed throughout the story. The author teaches you a bit of French in a way that does not distract from the story. You will fall in love with the characters and especially Blaise, ooh la la, and find yourself fantasizing about a trip to Paris. Make sure you visit the Tour Eiffel!

Je t’adore. You will adore this sexy little romp too.

Comments

  1. Thank you for the wonderful review — I’m so glad you enjoyed the story!

    Helen

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