Naughty Paris

Naughty Paris

by Jina Bacarr
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Naughty Paris 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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Autumn Maguire is painting Paris red. Well, maybe more a tad blue, since her fiancé jilted her and she¿s used her honeymoon tickets to get there. Determined to have a good time, she answers an ad for an artist¿s model and discovers how awakening for the spirit it can be to pose nude, even if the artist is less than inspiring. While exploring his studio though, she discovers the self-portrait of a long dead artist and it awakens in her the passion she thought she lacked. When the clothes come off and a little wicked black magic folds in, Autumn finds herself in a most unusual situation. It¿s a different Paris she awakens to¿the darker, naughtier side. Cue the devilish grin.------- In nineteenth century Paris, Paul Borquet, a most scandalous artist at the time, discovers a wondrous Titian-haired beauty in his studio. Never so assured of a masterpiece in his life, he must paint her. And never having found so beautiful and intriguing a woman, he entertains a riveting lust for her as well. When the overwhelming influences of the sensual culture confound her, Autumn flees and entrances the sexy Paul in her wake. Concerned for her safety, he pursues. When she catches the eye of a notorious lord, it will be all he can do to assure she comes to no harm in the unfamiliar world that is the baser side of Paris.------- No more than the first two chapters in, I felt the allure of Ms. Bacarr¿s Paris, the rich language and erotic imagery she evokes too powerful to resist. If this were chocolate, it would be whatever the richest, most decadent piece you¿ve ever consumed is. And that, in a nutshell, is what this book is¿decadent. From the studios of the famous artists to the opening days of the Moulin Rouge, Naughty Paris embodies the sexual power that the city thrived on at one time. Autumn discovers a part of herself that she never knew existed and Paul recovers a piece of himself that he¿d begun to lose amongst the seedy and disreputable back streets. Bacarr¿s use of the paranormal element of time travel was cleverly done and the ill will surrounding Autumn and Paul because of it sent chills down my spine. Paul is a sigh-worthy hero, strong and passionate, and certainly ranks in my top ten most memorable. This was a late-night binge reading pleasure that I¿ve since picked up more than once. Glad to see this author keeping me on my reading toes!
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Left at the altar by her fiancé David assumingly because she sucked at BJs and holding a nonrefundable ticket to France, a stunned Autumn Maguire decides to go on her honeymoon alone. In Paris, Autumn loves the city and responds to an artist¿s ad for a model as she wants to extend her stay longer. The painter asks Autumn to don a beautiful opulent red cloak which she does but cannot stop herself from staring at an old portrait that seems hauntingly familiar. However, something strange happens as Autumn suddenly feels transformed into a sexy and sensuous goddess followed immediately by lightning. Autumn has traveled back to the late nineteenth century studio of notorious artist Paul Borquet who is willing to work with the eager Autumn, but he insists she allow him to mold her into his muse. His touch sends a fire up and down her body so she accepts all he offers, but also wonders how she traveled to 1889 and why she is hot for her painter when she was one step from being married. --- As she did with THE BLONDE GEISHA, Jina Bacarr places someone out of place and time for the prime setting this time using time travel to bring a twenty-first century female back to a late nineteenth century Left Bank studio. NAUGHTY PARIS is a well written erotic historical romance starring a debauched artist and his sexual inspiration. Paul is a terrific lead male who keeps the plot anchored in 1889 Paris while the displaced heroine ¿naughty¿ Autumn makes the tale fun with her contemporary free sex liberating the ¿enlightened¿ and bringing out the best in her artist and in Ms. Bacarr. --- Harriet Klausner