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Author:
Abby Green
ISBN13:
978-0373234851
ISBN:
0373234856
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Publisher:
Harlequin Presents Large Print; Original edition (March 25, 2008)
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Rating:
4.1
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258

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Start by marking Bought for the Frenchman's Pleasure as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This is the first of two books set in the exciting and glamorous world of the fashion industry. The hero really didn't need to attack a 17 year-old to make his point about drugs in the industry.

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Bought for the Frenchman’s Pleasure. ABBY GREEN worked for twelve years in the film industry. The glamour of four . starts, dealing with precious egos, the mucky fields and driving rain all became too much

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I had read the companion book first and so was interested in the back story, but was kind of disappointed.

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As a top model, Sorcha Murphy commands a high price. But a terrible, hidden secret is about to return to haunt her.Romain de Valois knows Sorcha is damaged goods-her hedonistic reputation speaks for itself. But he wants her for one final assignment, and he's prepared to pay. Romain believes Sorcha hasn't changed her ways, and decides to change the deal: her paycheck will be recouped in the bedroom!
  • First, let me just say that in no way do I think this book really deserves 2 stars, I think it's more befitting a lone star review, I only gave the extra star because I generally like Abby Green's work and I don't want to have her work associated with so many Harlequin assault-on-the-senses books.

    Since others have given in depth reviews, I'll skip the plot description and go head long into the book's major issues. As another reviewer pointed out, while there was angst, it was ridiculously manufactured. A tabloid took a photo of her while she was unconscious from a rapist who had drugged her, and she was apparently a-okay with having the entire world believing her unconscious state was due to an alcohol and recreational drug overdose. Dear Harlequin, it's the 21st century, can someone quit writing these women with no backbone or inner strength? Can we please have even a hint of fortitude and gumption and intelligence. How about we make Sorcha someone who can stand up for herself and others? Someone who doesn't have to spend her adult life living in the shame of someone else's lie and who would have the person who drugged her arrested.

    That was issue numero uno, and as egregious as that is, it pales in comparison to a heroine who is forever on the brink of, well, swooning. Again, 21st century. Every two pages, she's dizzy, lightheaded, flushed from seeing the hero, thinking about the hero, being in close proximity to the hero. Who could blame him for thinking she was on some sort of synthetic mood adjuster? Anyone who is constantly dizzy, is either on something or needs a medical consultation. After a while it went from demonstrative to quirky to tedious and finally to highly irritating.

    Last but not least is the hero all but announcing that her punishment for being caught with drugs, was for her to become his mistress. For the last time, Harlequin, we are in the 21st century!!!!!!!! No one talks like that, and even if they did, not only would it be akin to rape, but would be grounds for a sexual harassment lawsuit. A plot really shouldn't involve the H blackmailing the h into having sex with him or risk loss of employment, a media scandal and/or an arrest. Shouldn't a book (even a romance book) fall into the realm of belief?

    Unless you're given this book for free, pass. The author has much better books out there. This one is a swing and a miss.

  • This could have been such a good story; sadly, I think it missed the mark. I found it boring and so littered with overly descriptive paragraphs, and internal dialogue that I just started flipping my kindle in search of a real conversation. It's not like I wanted the h to be a druggie or boozer, but when she talks about going "off the rails"....I expected her to be a party girl.. Well, she was a pretend wild and crazy girl; she'd go to parties, accept alcohol and then pour it out into the plants or anywhere else. Her big shameful moment...... her non alcoholic drink was spiked, she drank it, she passed out, her pictured was taken, she doesn't know if she's still a virgin (she is), and her career was ruined because of that one picture. This book just didn't do it for me, I gave it a 3 because I finished it.....d:/

  • This is definitely not my favorite book, or even my favorite Abby Green book.
    The book was boring as it had page after page of internal dialogue that you could barely get through. The kiss of death for me though was Romain's actions after they had sex the first time. Sorcha woke up the next morning to a total jerk who did very little to make her feel better; for goodness sakes she was a virgin, she "sweetly kissed" him the next morning and he looks at her coldly and runs away. Jerk!
    2nd time they have sex, she says "No" and fights against him and he literally rips the robe right off of her anyway. Yuck!!

  • Abby Green is one of my favorite Harlequin writers, but this one kind of left me cold. I had read the companion book first and so was interested in the back story, but was kind of disappointed. Sorcha is predictably stupid throughout the book and Romain is predictably a jerk and the whole thing was well... predictable. The romance was so-so and another HR where the H and h just keep getting it wrong. Oh well, not a total loss, but not one of her best. If you haven't read her others, don't use this as an example.

  • Loved it...the characters, the story, the whrilwind romance in glamorous sttings! I couldnt put it down... Great read! Love Abby green.. Bet you Tiarnan and Kate are a sequel!

    I want to meet Romain... ,!!!

  • At first I had a little trouble getting into the story then I became hooked. The story was so romantic I loved the characters it was just as all contemporary romance books should be. Boy meets girl, girl falls in love, then boy falls madley in love with girl and grabs her FOREVER.

  • I thought this was an okay read. I didn't really think the hero was all that. He comes off as abusive a lot of times while the heroine seems a bit weak although I like the fact that she was smart and somewhat dignified. Overall, okay plot.