Find You in Paris Epub ó Find You MOBI :Þ

Find You in Paris Epub ó Find You MOBI :Þ

Find You in Paris (The Darcy Brothers, #1) ❮Reading❯ ➺ Find You in Paris (The Darcy Brothers, #1) ➲ Author Alix Nichols – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk An alternative cover edition can be found hereTrue spite Fake marriage Real romance If there’s one man that fledgling art photographer Diane Petit really really actively hates it’s fragrance mogu An alternative cover edition can be found hereTrue spite Fake marriage Real romance If there’s one man that fledgling art photographer Diane Petit really really actively hates it’s fragrance mogul Sebastian Darcy who stole her father’s company—and wrecked the man’s health in the processBut the arrogant SOB had better brace himself because Diane has vowed revengeAnd revenge she will have Find You in Paris is a standalone contemporary romance inspired by Pride and Prejudice Lots of laughs Find You MOBI :Þ and steamy scenes a touch of cozy mystery and a healthy dose of alpha billionaire romance No cliffhangersWARNING Just like in Pride and Prejudice expect to find one rich brooding and handsome Mr Darcy and one feisty small town girl who can't stand him Unlike Pride and Prejudice this book also contains artful nude photos of said Mr Darcy and nights of wild passion in Paris.


10 thoughts on “Find You in Paris (The Darcy Brothers, #1)

  1. Nissa | Of Pens and Pages Book Blog Nissa | Of Pens and Pages Book Blog says:

    It is a truth universally acknowledged that a young man in possession of a vast fortune must be an entitled SOB born into money”First Half4 starsSecond Half25 starsThis book called out to me because not only was it inspired by Pride and Prejudice it's a marriage of convenience story I have never read an Alix Nichols novel but nothing wouldcould stop me from reading this bookimage error


  2. Candy Candy says:

    Diane Petit is a part time cashier with aspirations to become a professional photographer she is the daughter of a famous fragrance maker Count Sebastian Darcy is a wealthy Parisian who owns runs Parfums d'Arcy Diane's father was not a good business man when his company was in dire straights Sebastian offered to buy the company for market value but Mr Petit refused When he lost his company his health failed his wife left him Diane blames Sebastian for everything that went wrong in her father's life She makes a decision to do something in public to humiliate Sebastian make herself feel better Three months later Sebastian approaches Diane makes a proposition that involves a fake marriage a cash payment at the end Diane believes the idea is crazy but she thinks it could be a way to find dirt on Sebastian to cause him the kind of down fall he caused her dad Diane is after revenge this may be her way to get it But nothing goes as planned with their fake romance The time Diane Sebastian spend together the confused they each become about their feelings for the other Will Sebastian find what he is looking for from his fake relationship with Diane? Will Diane find the material she needs to have her revenge? Will Diane Sebastian admit they're true feelings to one another? Find You in Paris is a modern adaptation of Pride and Prejudice Unlike the original story this version is full of spite sexual tension a few nude photos Both the main characters have an agenda find that just because you want something doesn't always mean things are going to turn out the way you plan This is a fun story with lots of sass antagonism that ends with HEA There are Darcy Brothers to read about when you're done with this one This book is meant for mature readersI voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader's Copy of this book


  3. Catarina Catarina says:

    35 Stars A sweet and entertaining reading A little slow rhythm and went a little weird towards the end though it wrapped up in a very sweet way Overall a sweet book and a good beginning of a series that I'll will keep following Rating 35 Stars Steam Some heated moments Sensible Subjects view spoiler Well there's kidnapping at some point but that's pretty much it hide spoiler


  4. Sheila Majczan Sheila Majczan says:

    I can't really remember why I wanted to read this book I don't see a review by friends whose reviews usually steer me to read the books they have but since I borrowed this one from Kindle Unlimited it was not a worry as to investment of money and in the end also of time It was a fairly uick readThe book is as said by others a modern take off of PP although that is somewhat of a stretch You have to be very familiar with PP to pick up on similarities Although there is one direct reference as Sebastian's chateau comes into view Diane relates knowing how Elizabeth must have felt when she first viewed PemberleyDiane is so much snarky with her comments Indeed she is out for revengeeverlasting and crippling revenge The man has ruined and almost killed her dear papa And then he seems to give her the gift of making that a reality when he contracts with her to gain his own revenge on some anonymous person who has wreaked some havoc in Sebastian's life and who seems to be waiting to deliver the next blow It becomes a mystery even as Diane finds what she needs to sink his worldSo if you love stories about marriages of convenience get to it If you love reading sarcastic comments or how opposites attract of views or prejudices about the differences in class levels or how about the hot nude photo shoots Diane has one opportunity to take of Sebastian Darcy while struggling NOT to fall into bed with him well you might just enjoy this book It is a stand alone but there will be coming as the second Darcy brother is written about


  5. Coco.V Coco.V says:

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  6. Debbie Debbie says:

    Good enemies to lovers plot with some Pride and Prejudice influence and a bit of mystery thrown in set primarily in modern Paris Great opening line It is a truth universally acknowledged that a young man in possession of a vast fortune must be an entitled SOB born into money Either that or a rags to riches a hole who bulldozed his way to said fortune leaving maimed bodies in his wake Along with the obvious homage to Jane Austen it perfectly sets the tone for the rest of the book and the relationship between Diane Petit and Sebastian Darcy She absolutely hates him As the story opens Diane has never even had a conversation with Sebastian but she cannot stand that he destroyed her father's business and by extension their family By the second chapter Sebastian has done his research on Diane and decided she's the perfect candidate to pretend to date and marry Okay I know that part of the storyline the whole fake wife thing has been done to death but there were enough uniue elements here to make it interesting His goal is for his supposed relationship with Diane to draw an opponent out into the open Sebastian makes her an offer she can't afford to refuse fully knowing she despises him Her attitude about him suits him perfectly; he doesn't want to get stuck with a woman who falls in love with him or his money and tries to hang onto him Diane accepts because she needs the money and she also has a secret plan of digging up dirt to prove his underhanded business practices and ruin himNaturally the problem turns out to be that they become undeniably attracted to each other It's only physical of course No way could it be love Could it?The nemesis eventually does make a move You'll probably never guess who it is I sure didn't This is close to the end of the book and leads to a satisfying turning point between Sebastian and DianeThe story's structure is worth noting It's told in first person with chapters alternating between Diane and Sebastian Happily the flow is excellent with each chapter just continuing where the previous chapter left off You don't have to wonder what one or the other is thinking although neither can figure out the other for uite a while There are stretches of credibility especially with the villain The writing can be a little uneven but is generally pretty good I liked the lead characters and their friends and families There was information than necessary about some tertiary characters but since this is the first part of a series I expect these characters will have prominent roles in succeeding booksBe aware there is some sexual content


  7. A little birdie told me... A little birdie told me... says:

    This was one of those books that I decided to pick up because it was advertised everywhere However when reading it I found myself easily distracted because although the writing wasn't bad I just wasn't glued to it It wasn't bad enough to abandon but there were problems with the story I won't go into detail but the Pride and Prejudice connection was not really that strong other than the hero's last name and a few other details I mean if you are going to connect to a classic it should be able to hold attention than this does The setting and nationalities of the characters were confusing details as well We're they American? Were they French? What did the French Consulate in Miami have to do with their marriage being legal? Authors need to realize that readers may not be informed on these facts More explanation would have been appreciated The first half of the novel was better than the second It was building nicely but then time jumps and omitted details made it seem as though maybe deadlines were important than details It seemed herky jerky and forced to finish uicker than it should have I'm still not sure from where the HEA came other than absolute left field The steam that was promised was like just barely humid Only partial details from the beginnings of two sexual encounters does not make for a steamy read The alternating viewpoints were nice except that I had to read a page into the chapter to figure out who was speaking There were no obvious indicators as to whom I was from the start Switching gears like that was a bit disconcerting and off putting So sadly I will not be reading from this author


  8. Kristin Davison Kristin Davison says:

    A weak start but improves I didn't see the twist at the end coming


  9. Judi Easley Judi Easley says:

    My DisclaimerI purchased this ebook at full price I am providing an honest review for which I am receiving no compensation of any kind All opinions are fully my own Judi E Easley for Blue Cat ReviewMy Review ✭✭✭✭Is this a PP cousin or just a wannabe? That’s the uestion Well it’s been many years since I read PP but I will fix that just as soon as I can However that doesn’t assist me right now I will tell you that Diane Petit is very protective of her family and especially close to her father as Elizabeth Bennett was She also believed every bad rumor about Count D’Arcy as Miss Bennett did about Mr Darcy The use of the name Darcy certainly adds weight to the feeling of PPCount D’Arcy also was overheard in his opinion of Diane as was Mr Darcy in his opinion of Miss Bennett But the Count was heard to say “she was lower in the societal food chain than most every person in my employ” and that “falling in love with her unpalatable” as she was a “radical leftist undereducated have not” Words I believe Jane Austen might have written had she been born in the proper time to use such termsWhile Mr Darcy and Elizabeth Bennett made every attempt to avoid each other’s company Count Darcy and Diane Petit were involved in a contract that brought them into almost constant contact And as with Elizabeth Bennett with each bit of the truth that is revealed and the she gets to know the real Sebastian Darcy she falls deeper and deeper in love with himThese two characters are very well written and their love story is sweet and hot Truly it steams Certainly a modern day descendant of PP I think


  10. Elizabeth Bennet Elizabeth Bennet says:

    This a revision of my original review I recently reread this book after buying this new boxed set called the Darcy Brothers I really enjoyed my experience Nichols draws her inspiration from pride and prejudice and says as much This is much modern and definitely not the innocent characters you expect in Austens version The book opens with a prejudiced Diane who believes all rich men are crooks and low life forms One in particulard'Arcy is the family name currently altered by the previous count Sebastian Darcy He is a serious man who does not allow himself to feel I really wish the author would have spent time in his thoughts as to why he felt as he did As previously stated the book jumps between chapters So while one chapter ends with Diane planning on crashing an important reception for Sebastian The next chapter skips 3 months ahead from the cake filled puss that belonged to Darcy after Diane confronts him This to me was a missed opportunity First impressions and glances are important to me so to have it recapped by Darcy vaguely was a bit of a disappointment for me and it did effect my overall rating There are other reviews that explain the jest of the relationship between Sebastian and Diane so you can rely on them for a better understanding but just say I enjoyed the slow build up between the two I just craved detailing between them Intimate scenes were hot but I wanted of an inside take on their thoughts There are some but it just needed a bit She almost had it and it honestly still was good but Sebastian insults Diane by saying he wants to alter their previous contract by continuing seeing her It's not the exact wording but when Diane asks if he meant to continue dating her his words were I don't want to get your hopes up He made it clear he wasn't ready for it to end but further says she's not his typeIn the next chapter he's confessing his undying love While I see where the author was going with it I just feel a little bit of inner dialog from Sebastian or some other moments would have made it flow natural I know the author was trying to show it was almost losing her that made him realize how he felt but even that was not there It was all recapped We do not see those fearful days Darcy experienced thinking Diane had left him or worse I also wish there had been an epilogue but I think that will fix itself in the next 2 books in the boxed set The other very big uestion is what happened with the letter Diane found from Sabastian's Mom to his dad ? Even with some of the issues I loved the couple and feel with time and experience the author can get a 5 star review


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10 thoughts on “Find You in Paris (The Darcy Brothers, #1)

  1. Nissa | Of Pens and Pages Book Blog Nissa | Of Pens and Pages Book Blog says:

    It is a truth universally acknowledged that a young man in possession of a vast fortune must be an entitled SOB born into money”First Half4 starsSecond Half25 starsThis book called out to me because not only was it inspired by Pride and Prejudice it's a marriage of convenience story I have never read an Alix Nichols novel but nothing wouldcould stop me from reading this bookimage error

  2. Candy Candy says:

    Diane Petit is a part time cashier with aspirations to become a professional photographer she is the daughter of a famous fragrance maker Count Sebastian Darcy is a wealthy Parisian who owns runs Parfums d'Arcy Diane's father was not a good business man when his company was in dire straights Sebastian offered to buy the company for market value but Mr Petit refused When he lost his company his health failed his wife left him Diane blames Sebastian for everything that went wrong in her father's life She makes a decision to do something in public to humiliate Sebastian make herself feel better Three months later Sebastian approaches Diane makes a proposition that involves a fake marriage a cash payment at the end Diane believes the idea is crazy but she thinks it could be a way to find dirt on Sebastian to cause him the kind of down fall he caused her dad Diane is after revenge this may be her way to get it But nothing goes as planned with their fake romance The time Diane Sebastian spend together the confused they each become about their feelings for the other Will Sebastian find what he is looking for from his fake relationship with Diane? Will Diane find the material she needs to have her revenge? Will Diane Sebastian admit they're true feelings to one another? Find You in Paris is a modern adaptation of Pride and Prejudice Unlike the original story this version is full of spite sexual tension a few nude photos Both the main characters have an agenda find that just because you want something doesn't always mean things are going to turn out the way you plan This is a fun story with lots of sass antagonism that ends with HEA There are Darcy Brothers to read about when you're done with this one This book is meant for mature readersI voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader's Copy of this book

  3. Catarina Catarina says:

    35 Stars A sweet and entertaining reading A little slow rhythm and went a little weird towards the end though it wrapped up in a very sweet way Overall a sweet book and a good beginning of a series that I'll will keep following Rating 35 Stars Steam Some heated moments Sensible Subjects view spoiler Well there's kidnapping at some point but that's pretty much it hide spoiler

  4. Sheila Majczan Sheila Majczan says:

    I can't really remember why I wanted to read this book I don't see a review by friends whose reviews usually steer me to read the books they have but since I borrowed this one from Kindle Unlimited it was not a worry as to investment of money and in the end also of time It was a fairly uick readThe book is as said by others a modern take off of PP although that is somewhat of a stretch You have to be very familiar with PP to pick up on similarities Although there is one direct reference as Sebastian's chateau comes into view Diane relates knowing how Elizabeth must have felt when she first viewed PemberleyDiane is so much snarky with her comments Indeed she is out for revengeeverlasting and crippling revenge The man has ruined and almost killed her dear papa And then he seems to give her the gift of making that a reality when he contracts with her to gain his own revenge on some anonymous person who has wreaked some havoc in Sebastian's life and who seems to be waiting to deliver the next blow It becomes a mystery even as Diane finds what she needs to sink his worldSo if you love stories about marriages of convenience get to it If you love reading sarcastic comments or how opposites attract of views or prejudices about the differences in class levels or how about the hot nude photo shoots Diane has one opportunity to take of Sebastian Darcy while struggling NOT to fall into bed with him well you might just enjoy this book It is a stand alone but there will be coming as the second Darcy brother is written about

  5. Coco.V Coco.V says:

    🎁 FREE on today 662019 🎁

  6. Debbie Debbie says:

    Good enemies to lovers plot with some Pride and Prejudice influence and a bit of mystery thrown in set primarily in modern Paris Great opening line It is a truth universally acknowledged that a young man in possession of a vast fortune must be an entitled SOB born into money Either that or a rags to riches a hole who bulldozed his way to said fortune leaving maimed bodies in his wake Along with the obvious homage to Jane Austen it perfectly sets the tone for the rest of the book and the relationship between Diane Petit and Sebastian Darcy She absolutely hates him As the story opens Diane has never even had a conversation with Sebastian but she cannot stand that he destroyed her father's business and by extension their family By the second chapter Sebastian has done his research on Diane and decided she's the perfect candidate to pretend to date and marry Okay I know that part of the storyline the whole fake wife thing has been done to death but there were enough uniue elements here to make it interesting His goal is for his supposed relationship with Diane to draw an opponent out into the open Sebastian makes her an offer she can't afford to refuse fully knowing she despises him Her attitude about him suits him perfectly; he doesn't want to get stuck with a woman who falls in love with him or his money and tries to hang onto him Diane accepts because she needs the money and she also has a secret plan of digging up dirt to prove his underhanded business practices and ruin himNaturally the problem turns out to be that they become undeniably attracted to each other It's only physical of course No way could it be love Could it?The nemesis eventually does make a move You'll probably never guess who it is I sure didn't This is close to the end of the book and leads to a satisfying turning point between Sebastian and DianeThe story's structure is worth noting It's told in first person with chapters alternating between Diane and Sebastian Happily the flow is excellent with each chapter just continuing where the previous chapter left off You don't have to wonder what one or the other is thinking although neither can figure out the other for uite a while There are stretches of credibility especially with the villain The writing can be a little uneven but is generally pretty good I liked the lead characters and their friends and families There was information than necessary about some tertiary characters but since this is the first part of a series I expect these characters will have prominent roles in succeeding booksBe aware there is some sexual content

  7. A little birdie told me... A little birdie told me... says:

    This was one of those books that I decided to pick up because it was advertised everywhere However when reading it I found myself easily distracted because although the writing wasn't bad I just wasn't glued to it It wasn't bad enough to abandon but there were problems with the story I won't go into detail but the Pride and Prejudice connection was not really that strong other than the hero's last name and a few other details I mean if you are going to connect to a classic it should be able to hold attention than this does The setting and nationalities of the characters were confusing details as well We're they American? Were they French? What did the French Consulate in Miami have to do with their marriage being legal? Authors need to realize that readers may not be informed on these facts More explanation would have been appreciated The first half of the novel was better than the second It was building nicely but then time jumps and omitted details made it seem as though maybe deadlines were important than details It seemed herky jerky and forced to finish uicker than it should have I'm still not sure from where the HEA came other than absolute left field The steam that was promised was like just barely humid Only partial details from the beginnings of two sexual encounters does not make for a steamy read The alternating viewpoints were nice except that I had to read a page into the chapter to figure out who was speaking There were no obvious indicators as to whom I was from the start Switching gears like that was a bit disconcerting and off putting So sadly I will not be reading from this author

  8. Kristin Davison Kristin Davison says:

    A weak start but improves I didn't see the twist at the end coming

  9. Judi Easley Judi Easley says:

    My DisclaimerI purchased this ebook at full price I am providing an honest review for which I am receiving no compensation of any kind All opinions are fully my own Judi E Easley for Blue Cat ReviewMy Review ✭✭✭✭Is this a PP cousin or just a wannabe? That’s the uestion Well it’s been many years since I read PP but I will fix that just as soon as I can However that doesn’t assist me right now I will tell you that Diane Petit is very protective of her family and especially close to her father as Elizabeth Bennett was She also believed every bad rumor about Count D’Arcy as Miss Bennett did about Mr Darcy The use of the name Darcy certainly adds weight to the feeling of PPCount D’Arcy also was overheard in his opinion of Diane as was Mr Darcy in his opinion of Miss Bennett But the Count was heard to say “she was lower in the societal food chain than most every person in my employ” and that “falling in love with her unpalatable” as she was a “radical leftist undereducated have not” Words I believe Jane Austen might have written had she been born in the proper time to use such termsWhile Mr Darcy and Elizabeth Bennett made every attempt to avoid each other’s company Count Darcy and Diane Petit were involved in a contract that brought them into almost constant contact And as with Elizabeth Bennett with each bit of the truth that is revealed and the she gets to know the real Sebastian Darcy she falls deeper and deeper in love with himThese two characters are very well written and their love story is sweet and hot Truly it steams Certainly a modern day descendant of PP I think

  10. Elizabeth Bennet Elizabeth Bennet says:

    This a revision of my original review I recently reread this book after buying this new boxed set called the Darcy Brothers I really enjoyed my experience Nichols draws her inspiration from pride and prejudice and says as much This is much modern and definitely not the innocent characters you expect in Austens version The book opens with a prejudiced Diane who believes all rich men are crooks and low life forms One in particulard'Arcy is the family name currently altered by the previous count Sebastian Darcy He is a serious man who does not allow himself to feel I really wish the author would have spent time in his thoughts as to why he felt as he did As previously stated the book jumps between chapters So while one chapter ends with Diane planning on crashing an important reception for Sebastian The next chapter skips 3 months ahead from the cake filled puss that belonged to Darcy after Diane confronts him This to me was a missed opportunity First impressions and glances are important to me so to have it recapped by Darcy vaguely was a bit of a disappointment for me and it did effect my overall rating There are other reviews that explain the jest of the relationship between Sebastian and Diane so you can rely on them for a better understanding but just say I enjoyed the slow build up between the two I just craved detailing between them Intimate scenes were hot but I wanted of an inside take on their thoughts There are some but it just needed a bit She almost had it and it honestly still was good but Sebastian insults Diane by saying he wants to alter their previous contract by continuing seeing her It's not the exact wording but when Diane asks if he meant to continue dating her his words were I don't want to get your hopes up He made it clear he wasn't ready for it to end but further says she's not his typeIn the next chapter he's confessing his undying love While I see where the author was going with it I just feel a little bit of inner dialog from Sebastian or some other moments would have made it flow natural I know the author was trying to show it was almost losing her that made him realize how he felt but even that was not there It was all recapped We do not see those fearful days Darcy experienced thinking Diane had left him or worse I also wish there had been an epilogue but I think that will fix itself in the next 2 books in the boxed set The other very big uestion is what happened with the letter Diane found from Sabastian's Mom to his dad ? Even with some of the issues I loved the couple and feel with time and experience the author can get a 5 star review

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