French Kiss for Hire episode 4
By Lizzy Ford, Nana Malone, Amanda Aksel, Morgan Wylie, Amanda Lance, & Nikki Jefford
Luc's relationship and money woes continue in episode 4 of French Kiss for Hire...
Sensitive and sexy Frenchman, Luc Du’mont, is living the American dream. He’s spent the last four years at university on an acting scholarship. Now, with graduation behind him he’s ready to make his big Hollywood splash.
A debut that has to happen before his student visa expires in two months. Otherwise, he’ll be shipped home to France and all of his acting opportunities will sail with him.
But most importantly, he’ll lose any chance at winning blond-bombshell Serena Dawson’s heart. As the sister of his roommate she is strictly off limits. But when Serena approaches Luc for kissing advice, what can Luc say other than pucker up?
The kiss leads to much more than Luc ever imagined. When word gets out about Luc’s lip-locking skills and his unemployment leaves him desperate, Luc finds himself with a new career path: French Kiss for Hire.
Except the only client he wants is the one girl he can’t have.
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These episodes are fun and quick, and they seem to flow so well that I forget that each has been written by a different author. In episode four I feel like the story is finally moving forward and now Luc is facing a huge obstacle. He desperately needs his visa and time is running out. I can't wait to see if he actually gets married to stay in the country! I still feel like I haven't learned much about Serena and the only reason I have to root for her and Luc to be together is because he is such a sweetheart and seems to believe that is what would make him happy. I really hope to have more light shined on what it is that dear Luc sees in her and hopefully give me a reason to care for her too. I look forward to reading the next episode and hope that things start to look better for Luc. Poor guy has had a tough go of it so far.
** I received a digital copy of this book in exchange for honest review **