Target Audience: Mature Audiences (MA)
Characters: Teddy Wilson, Harriet Woodard, Anne “Annie” Morgan, Gabriel Grenier, Jamie Stratton, Nico Biviano, Michael O’Malley, Jr.
Synopsis: Opera gets sexy!
American music mogul Teddy Wilson combines the beauty of opera with the marketability of pop and creates the pop-opera multinational singing group called “Bel Homme.” French for “Beautiful Man,” the four performers he chooses are much more than that.
Gabriel Grenier is already a huge celebrity in his native France, but even at the height of his career, he’s bored and lonely and still wants more, so he accepts Teddy’s offer, hoping it will become his redemption.
American music teacher Annie Morgan is brought into this venture by her Aunt Harriet, who’s Teddy’s executive assistant. Annie becomes Teddy’s special emissary in this new undertaking—but she’s not prepared for her instant attraction to the charismatic Gabriel. And he’s blindsided by the life-altering effect of Annie’s very first smile.
It doesn’t matter, anyway, because Teddy wants nothing personal mucking up this gig, and he forbids the two to get involved. Gabriel has never had to answer to anyone, and he’s not sure he wants to start now. Annie is still mourning her deceased husband’s memory, and she’s not sure of anything.
What happens when beautiful music meets predestined love? Seduction always wins.
Gabriel’s and Annie’s love story is the first book in this romantic, sexy Bel Homme Quartet. Don’t miss being there from the very beginning. Vive la France!
The first of the Bel Homme Quartet series, The Song That Seduced Paris is one book you won’t want to miss! With characters full of spunk and wit that will tickle your funny bone, this book will bring a smile to your face and a tear to your eye as you follow their experiences with life, love, and, yes, even loss. I can’t wait to see what else Cindy Irish has to offer her readers throughout the rest of this series.
** This book was provided as an ARC in exchange for honest review.**