International Guy: Paris, New York, Copenhagen (International Guy #1-3) by Audrey Carlan
Series: International Guy
Published by Montlake Romance on July 10, 2018
Genres: Romance, Contemporary, Humor, Romantic Comedy
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This volume includes the first, second, and third International Guy novellas from #1 New York Times bestselling author Audrey Carlan.
My name is Parker Ellis. You can call me The Dream Maker. This is where my story begins.
There’s a world of women waiting for me, but my journey starts here, in three cities: Paris. New York. Copenhagen.
International Guy Inc. is owned and operated by Parker Ellis, a ladies’ man with a high IQ and a big libido. He’s the most successful life and love coach in the world, and he’s smart enough to know he can’t run a multimillion-dollar company alone.
He hires two friends whose areas of expertise complement his own. They comprise The Dream Maker, The Love Maker, and The Money Maker. Together, they advise the wealthiest people in the world: Hollywood hotshots, European royalty, and the CEOs of multibillion-dollar companies. And sometimes they can’t help it when things heat up and they end up in bed with their clients. Quite literally.
This International Guy likes his playboy lifestyle, and he’s not looking for commitment. After all, there’s a whole world waiting for him. But as he goes from city to city, and from woman to woman, it’s possible that he just might find his own love along the way…
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International Guy: Volume 2 – Milan, San Francisco, Montreal – Releasing August 21, 2018
International Guy: Volume 3 – London, Berlin, Washington – Releasing November 13, 2018
International Guy: Volume 4 – Madrid, Rio, Los Angeles – Releasing February 5, 2019
I really enjoyed Audrey’s Calendar Girl series even though at towards the end it trailed off from what I first loved about it. I still liked reading it and having her end up with who I wanted her too. I was hoping that International Guy would have a similar theme to it. In some ways it was but in others it missed the mark for me.
When we first meet Parker, Bogart, and Royce I immediately liked them. After a few incidents in book one I was not as impressed. They all have their area they help the woman with (think Netflix’s Queer Eye). I liked them going back and hanging out at Parker’s Father’s pub, those scenes were nice. I loved how they wanted to empower the woman but at the same time some of the things they did were demeaning and a complete opposite from what we were told was their goal.
I think this series had a great concept but it missed the mark for me. I can see how some will really enjoy these books but for me it’s a case of “It’s not you it’s me.”
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