"fresh and highly creative"
Autumn Maguire, jilted by her fiancé, uses her
nonrefundable honeymoon ticket to Paris. She might not be
getting married, but that will not stop her from having an
experience of a lifetime.
Getting out of the rain one day, she ends up in an art
studio and is mistaken by an old artist for a model. Then
she thinks to herself: why not. One thing she needs in the
worst way is an ego boost and Autumn feels this is
something she should do.
Taking a break from her modeling session, Autumn finds an
unusual statue of an erotic nature. The old painter tells
her it is the god of fertility and that it has powerful
magic. But the real kicker is when she accidentally
uncovers the life size painting of Paul Borquet, a
renowned painter in his time. Now that is a gorgeous man.
His painting is like a sexual magnet. Autumn is completely
mesmerized by his colorful likeness. He is every woman's
Out of the blue, Autumn starts to feel funny, and then she
is struck by a jolt of lighting and from there, her
adventure back in time begins...
Naughty Paris is the newest release by authoress Jina
Bacarr. In a sensuous voice all her own, Ms. Bacarr
regales a very unique tale of a woman with the courage to
go it alone to a foreign country, only to end up back in
Paris, 1889. Not taking the safe road, Ms. Bacarr spins
characters with addiction, low self esteem, and general
human flaws. And yet even with these flaws, the
characters rise above their frailties, in the fight for
true love. Outstanding!
In her second novel, Ms. Bacarr once again demonstrates
her talent of erotic pencrafting that is not only
titillating, but wantonly different. With a voice so
naturally sensual, Ms. Bacarr is in a class of her own. It
is decadence, superbly delivered, fresh and highly
creative. Naughty Paris is a delicious weave of
historical, fantasy, and contemporary that this reviewer
found heatedly charming.
Reviewed by Janalee Ruschhaupt
Posted June 6, 2007