Offered a thrilling new job, Rebecca flees her tormented past, putting as much distance between herself and her ex-lover, wanting a fresh beginning in a foreign city.
On the airplane she meets Alain, a dangerously handsome Frenchman, who seduces her with his charming European ways. But her new boss, super arrogant CEO, Maxwell Grant, doesn't like her entanglement with the Frenchman; he wants Rebecca to himself...
Rebecca hates her boss and tells him in so many words - a career limiting move if ever there was one...
Is Rebecca jumping from one hotter-than-hell fire into another? And will she finally find what she is looking for?
REVIEW BY TERRI:
Lost in France
She’s running, running and not looking back. Rebecca leaves behind her mother and two sisters in Australia to accept a job in France. She also is leaving behind the love of her life, her high school sweetheart. But why? She arrives to start her new job, has met a debonair Frenchman and an overbearing boss. These two men are polar opposites. Does she feel an attraction to either of them? Does she desire the man she left behind? Starting a new life is difficult but she is bound and determined to do so.
Jani Kay has left me wanting more. Her writing style places me in the room watching these characters from the corner. This is a definite must read for those who like a good love story, a few adult rated scenes, and characters that you can relate to. Can’t wait for the next part of this series. I wish it was available right now.About the Author
Besides reading, her favorite 'thing' is traveling - she has traveled the world, learning about the ways people live and has come to the realization that no matter where we live, we all ultimately want the same things. Her hobby - Scrapbooking - keeps her up till way after midnight and her usual subjects are her family and her travels.
Ever since she can remember, Jani wanted to write stories about people, about their lives and loves. Relationships and Happiness - arguably the most difficult things to master in life and yet exactly what everyone ultimately desires (in her humble opinion).
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