Luc Du’Mont’s exploits as French Kiss for Hire continue as his visa’s expiration looms and Serena remains out of reach…
Sensitive and sexy Frenchman, Luc Du’mont, is living the American dream. He’s spent the last four years at university on an acting scholarship. Now, with graduation behind him he’s ready to make his big Hollywood splash.
A debut that has to happen before his student visa expires in two months. Otherwise, he’ll be shipped home to France and all of his acting opportunities will sail with him.
But most importantly, he’ll lose any chance at winning blond-bombshell Serena Dawson’s heart. As the sister of his roommate she is strictly off limits. But when Serena approaches Luc for kissing advice, what can Luc say other than pucker up?
The kiss leads to much more than Luc ever imagined. When word gets out about Luc’s lip-locking skills and his unemployment leaves him desperate, Luc finds himself with a new career path: French Kiss for Hire.
Except the only client he wants is the one girl he can’t have.
I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
Episode Three was another great installment!
Luc is a prince among men. He’s considerate and caring with lots of great advice. To top it off, he’s willing to listen patiently while his heart bleeds for someone who doesn’t notice him. How long can he continue to deny his feelings?
I knew Madison had potential from the last episode. She’s proving to be a good friend to Luc. I like her transformation and discovering that she’s not just a pretty face.
I can’t say I’m happy with Ben. I don’t understand why he keeps blocking a possible relationship between Luc and Serena. Wouldn’t a big brother be happy if his sister chose a good guy? It shouldn’t matter that the guy happens to be his roommate.
Serena surprised me with her actions. I just didn’t expect her to do the right thing. I just wish she handled it better.
I’m enjoying French Kiss for Hire. I can’t wait to find out what happens in Episode 4.
(5 Hands=Excellent; 4 Hands=Pretty Good; 3 Hands=Good)