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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
In The Song That Seduced Paris by Cindy Irish, a French singer meets an American music teacher, and instead of learning pop music, they learn love, romance and sizzling passion. Gabriel Grenier is a successful celebrity in France. He has money, fame and everything he ever wished for. But that does not bring him true companionship. He is alone and wants something in his life that excites him. He wants something new. When Teddy Wilson, an American music kingpin, offers him a position in a group that will be a fusion of pop and opera, he jumps at the opportunity and accepts it.
Annie Morgan, an American music teacher, joins the “Bel Homme” team through her aunt. Still reeling after the death of her husband, she needs to get her life back and she takes this opportunity with big hopes. She did not anticipate the instant attraction she feels for the handsome French singer. He is big, bold and beautiful and she cannot help herself. Teddy warned them both about their attraction. They cannot start a relationship, not if they want to keep their jobs. But can they keep their hands off each other? Or will they keep their distance and just enjoy the music?
Cindy Irish brought us a beautiful romance in the form of The Song That Seduced Paris. Where most writers are concentrating on erotic scenes, Cindy made sure that there was a healthy dose of plot and a dash of charisma in her novel to make it stand out. It might look like a regular romance novel, but you will be surprised. I really liked this novel. I can’t wait for the others in the series. Five stars!