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The moment I laid eyes on the new photographer at work, I had his number. Cocky, arrogant, and super-wealthy, women were eating out of his hand as soon as his tight ass crossed the threshold of our office. But not me. I knew better.

When we were forced to go to Paris together for an assignment, I wasn’t interested in his seductive smile, his sexy accent, or his dirty laugh. I wasn’t falling for his charms. 

Until I did. 

Until Paris.

Until he was kissing me and I was wondering how it happened.

Until he was dragging his lips across my skin and I was hoping for more.

Paris does funny things to a girl, and he might have gotten me naked. But Paris couldn’t last forever.

Parisian Nights is a stand-alone, contemporary romance with no cliff-hanger. Other books in the series follow different couples. They don't need to be listened to in order, but if you want to, the order is Parisian Nights, Promised Nights, and Indigo Nights.

Note: Previously published as What the Lightning Sees.

©2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 Louise Bay (P)2020 Louise Bay

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  • CAROLYN 🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹
  • 17-05-20

OOH LA BLAH BLAH BLAH

Sometimes, for whatever reason, you just can’t connect to the characters, you really don’t feel any chemistry between them and the plot starts to grind rather than grip.. and sadly this story was one of those stories. I wanted to FEEL the passion and sparks.. but all I felt was lukewarm lust. I wanted to BELIEVE the hero and heroine were right for each other.. but I had my doubts along with them as their pitfalls always (and easily) proved too much for their rocky relationship. I wanted the dual POV storyline to GRIP me with tension, tingles and hold-your-breath scenes.. but all I thought was blah.. blah.. blah. I wanted the sex to SIZZLE.. but they felt wrong not right.. and the 50 shades bondage scenes were just dull grey. And I wanted the all important NARRATION to bring the characters and their story to life.. but I think even Sebastian York was bored and Clare Corbett’s perfectly proper British accent grated. Worth a credit? In the end (.. and I actually mean in the middle not AT the end) I thought life’s too short to spend on a listen you’re just not enjoying - so I skipped to the end to hear the HEA and even that (IMO) felt flat. So, creditworthy?.. nope not for me - how about sale-worthy?.. again nope I can’t recommend this.. but hey were human, we’re all different and you may love this.

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  • Justacurlygurl who loves to listen 📚
  • 04-06-20

A fan disappointed

I love Louise Bay and adore Sebastian York. Unfortunately, the character development and plotline of the story was beyond disappointing and I believe that the choice of Clare Corbett as a narrator didn’t improve the situation. I would listen to anything by Sebastion York however because of the amount of books I’ve listen to him with other female narrator’s I couldn’t get past the first chapter where I had to listen to Corbett’s voice, especially speaking as a male. I wouldn’t waste a credit on this. It would have been ok if it was a romance read.

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