Title: One Week in Paris
Series: One Week Series
Author: Roya Carmen
Release Date: February 21, 2019
Kayla Wilson has her life together. For the most part. She has work she loves, great friends, and a friends-with-benefits arrangement which suits her just fine — she’s not interested in anything more. Although Oscar is sexy, fun and sweet, he’s way too immature to be taken seriously. The amazing sex is all she needs.
And her mother is getting married. In Paris!
Everything is roses until Kayla realizes that her mother’s fiancé is her old high school nemesis’ father. Looks like the boy who made her teenage life hell is about to become her stepbrother.
Matt Moore is as beautiful, rich and cocky as ever. And so is his father, Mark. Can she trust either of them? Will Matt bring out all her insecurities again? Will Mark hurt her mother? Is her mother making the biggest mistake of her life?
With Oscar’s and her friend Corrie’s help, Kayla is determined to break up the wedding.
Will she succeed or fail gloriously? Who will she hurt along the way? And who will she come to truly know and love in the end?
The third novel in the One Week series, One Week in Paris explores the bonds of friendship and family, painful pasts, and the beautiful city of Paris.
Author’s note: One Week in Paris contains explicit scenes and some coarse language — for adult audiences. The book can be read as a standalone, but if you plan to read the whole series, it is best to do so in chronological order to avoid spoilers.
Review for “One week in Paris”
One week in Paris is a great story about a girl with a serious commitment complex and the man who she keeps in the friend zone.
This story is fantastical to say the least a very attractive man who willingly puts him self in situations that will end up hurting him for an emotionally closed off woman.
This story is about Oscar and Kayla. Kayla is a woman who was heavy growing up and was teased relentlessly for it. Oscar is a man who is in love with Kayla but has a very dark past of his own, and demons he need to deal with.
The opportunity arises for her to go to Paris for her mother’s wedding and she brings him along. They go to Paris with the intention of going as friends, but fate may have other plans.
While in Paris she goes on a few dates with her almost brother, whom was the one that made her life hell, he seems sweet and reformed and she has a decision to make. Oscar her trusted friend whos friendship shes come to rely on, or the new Matt who seems to be the perfect specimen of a man despite his sketchy past.
I loved her mom in this story. Her mom and Antone really make the book.
This story is sweet, sexy and fun.
April's Blog of Awesomeness - “Add in the beautiful background of Paris and the feels, romance and angst and there's One Week in Paris.”
Cupcakes and bookshelves - “The feels kept me enthralled and intrigued as to what would happen next. I REALLY did LOVE IT.”Magic Beyond the Covers Book Blog - “Amazingly beautiful!”