Guest Reviewed by Candace
Title: A Girl in Paris
Author: Mira Noire
Genre: F/F Romance Erotica
Length: 21 pages
Release Date: January 20, 2013
Available at: Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Kobo
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads
Blurb: After she leaves her latest male lover behind, an American finds herself struggling to carry her bags on the streets of Paris. Drawn by the provocative gaze and unrepentant sensuality of a young prostitute not unlike herself, her offer of charity turns into far more than she bargained for. Questioning her sexuality and morality, our anonymous lover surrenders herself to a single night of raw, unadulterated sex in the arms of her first ever female lover. This title contains explicit adult content: f/f, dominance, light exhibitionism, and toy play.
There was nothing remarkable about this book; it was just ok.
Had there been more of a backstory to explain why the young American girl was carrying bags of clothes through the streets of Paris, perhaps the action following would have made more sense. Neither character is given a backstory or a name; the volume of the work is the American girl’s encounter with the young, French prostitute.
This could have been much better had both characters had a backstory that made you want to continue reading. The fact that the sex scenes were well written was really the only thing that kept my interest.
If you are looking for a quick, erotic read this book is for you. Unfortunately, I prefer longer reads with characters that I can relate to.
Overall Impression: It was okay
*I received a copy of this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review.*