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International Guy: Milan, San Francisco, Montreal

International Guy Series, Volume 2
Series: International Guy Series, Book 4-6
Length: 12 hrs and 46 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
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This volume includes the fourth, fifth, and sixth International Guy novellas from number one New York Times best-selling author Audrey Carlan.

International Guy Inc. is owned and operated by Parker Ellis, a ladies’ man with a high IQ and a big libido. He’s the most successful life and love coach in the world, and he’s smart enough to know he can’t run a multimillion-dollar company alone.

He hires two friends whose areas of expertise complement his own. They comprise The Dream Maker, The Love Maker, and The Moneymaker. Together, they advise the wealthiest people in the world: Hollywood hotshots, European royalty, and the CEOs of multibillion-dollar companies. And sometimes they can’t help it when things heat up and they end up in bed with their clients. Quite literally.

This International Guy likes his playboy lifestyle, and he’s not looking for commitment. After all, there’s a whole world waiting for him. But as he goes from city to city, and from woman to woman, it’s possible that he just might find his own love along the way…

©2018 Audrey Carlan (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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Hotter and hotter it gets to explosive end!

I absolutely love IG series. Volume 3 does not disappoint. Book 7: London is a light hearted and soothing, Geneva James has authors block and who”s better than IG to revive her self-esteem and creativity. Loved visiting London and all the nooks and crannies with Geneva, Parker and Sky, loved seeing Sophie and her new man, and cheered Geneva through tough times.
Book 8: Berlin is very dinamic, just like Its title. Great lead story with stupendous marketing idea, but secondary story of Paul ( Parker’s brother) is soul touching and heartwarming. Also Wendi and Sir Mick are brought front and center and save the day.
Book 9. : Washington, DC slaved me.. Navigating politics and choosing to fight for right causes is in IG’s team blood even if it might cost them their business. Being an animal lover, this book was very close to my heart.
Parker and Sky = love them together. The steps they take and decisions they make are endearing, But danger is lurking and we are left with huge cliffhanger, no make it 2 cliffhangers that I am sure will explode in last 3 books. Well done Audrey! Teetering on the edge and waiting for next chapter.
Absolutely love narrators! Amazing job Sebastian and Ava

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I loved it

Flowing reading and great narration. , I enjoyed the ride. Nice writing and good pace.

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Fantastic Book!!!!

Shirley
Everything about the book was fantastic. The story line, the narrator's,, ect. I just couldn't stop listening...

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Review: IG 4-6: Milan, San Fransisco, Montreal

Milan by Audrey Carlan is the fourth book in her brand new twelve novella length series, International Guy . A series I was a little worried about reading because I initially had the impression that Parker Ellis was a cad and a womanizer. I soon learned that he is a dedicated businessman, best friend, and a devoted son who doesn't take his emotional entanglements lightly but is NOT yet ready to settle down.

Picking up after Copenhagen and some more developments into the relationship between Parker & Skyler, we next see Parker and Bo on their latest project in Milan. A lingerie fashion show featuring everyday women as models. A job that takes some insightful and sensitive work from the International Guy team and is a huge success.

Sexy, intense, and a very well-written and enjoyable read. Told almost entirely from Parker's POV, this book keeps you interested in the International Guy organization and desperate to know just what on earth is going on in Parker's head. Up next is International Guy: San Francisco. Enjoy!

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International Guy: San Francisco by Audrey Carlan is the fifth book in her brand new twelve novella length series, International Guy . A series I was a little worried about reading because I initially had the impression that Parker Ellis was a cad and a womanizer. I soon learned that he is a dedicated businessman, best friend, and a devoted son who doesn't take his emotional entanglements lightly but is NOT yet ready to settle down. Or is he?

Picking up after Milan and some more deep developments into the relationship between Parker & Skyler, we next see Parker and Royce on their latest project in San Fransisco. A successful business woman has hired the IG team to find her a life partner. A man that can be on her arm and hold his own at business functions and provide her with offspring.Sounds a little cold but she is a woman who knows exactly what she wants. Some complications arise, however, when Royce gets involved with the sexy client potentially stepping all over Parker's matchmaking efforts. Then there is a sudden and devastating revelation from Skyler that has Parker scrambling to be at her side and be thereto protect her. But will history repeat itself?

Sexy, intense, and a very well-written and enjoyable read. Told almost entirely from Parker's POV, this book keeps you interested in the International Guy organization and desperate to know just what on earth is going on in Parker's head. Up next is International Guy: Montreal. Enjoy!

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International Guy: Montreal by Audrey Carlan is the sixth book in her brand new twelve novella length series, International Guy . A series I was a little worried about reading because I initially had the impression that Parker Ellis was a cad and a womanizer. I soon learned that he is a dedicated businessman, best friend, and a devoted son who doesn't take his emotional entanglements lightly but is NOT yet ready to settle down. Or is he?

Picking up after San Fransisco and some dramatic revelations and betrayals in the relationship between Parker & Skyler, we next see the entire IG team in Montreal, splitting up their skills and taking a targeted approach to help the client as only IG can. They have been hired to find the source of a leak of proprietary information and a fault in the coding that makes up the company. What the team finds, however, will change all their lives dramatically. But this may be the one thing that can bring Parker and his Peaches back together and heal the rift between them. But at what cost?

Sexy, intense, and a very well-written and enjoyable read. Told almost entirely from Parker's POV, this book keeps you interested in the International Guy organization and desperate to know just what on earth is going on in Parker's head and how the rest of the team is faring. Up next is International Guy: London. Enjoy!

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A worth while series, overall.

International Guy installments 4, 5 & 6 are just as fun & entertaining as the first 3 episodes. The main characters are very endearing and just so real, that you just want to know what happens next. And, as new characters are added to the I.G. family, their world becomes even more vibrant and dimensional. My only concern lies with Episode 5: San Francisco. I was very disappointed, that the first African American female love interest was portrayed so negatively, basically as the successful/lonely/man-eating stereotype. And her assistant, also a black woman, was the stereotypical backstabbing/unaccountable/thirsty/delusional troll. Both women proved to be barely more than caricatures of so-called, "educated-successful sisters". And, the fact that they got into a fist fight over a man, absurdly pulling out weave like Love & Hip Hop or Real Housewives, really grated at me. As if black women can't handle competition or settle confrontations, sank the overall tone for me. Royce is a brilliant AfAmer man, #GOALS for any woman, especially a sister. So, when his love interest fell flat, it was infuriating. I just hope that Royce will get his bomb ass 1 in 7 billion like Parker, as the series progresses. Bo too. I know there's much more international adventure filled with sex, business and mystery to come & I can't wait. Overall, this series is a guilty pleasure, with infectious characters & stories. I just hope the author will shoot for archetypes instead of stereotypes, when intergrating "ethnic female" characters from now on. Because, as a multiracial female reader... I guarantee the author has droves of us as fans too.

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A love-happy satisfying continuation to the first books/serials!

Note: this book should be read after reading Vol. 1 as the story is told continuously with each serial.

Here we get to see Parker and Skylar’s relationship grow. We see Parker’s flaws, strength, devotion, and thoughts - especially as the book is told majority in his POV. Sebastian York narrates Parker and does an excellent job (as always!). York did not fail to deliver another stellar performance to include distinct voices for the secondary characters and a tone that matches the scene/expressions intended.

Skylar’s POV makes a few pop-up appearances. In those times, I enjoyed learning more about her character through a subjective stance, rather than objective. It made me better identify with her character more, knowing her intentions and fears.
Narrator Ava Erickson does a great job in giving Skylar a voice; making her come alive.

The plot still follows Parker & International guy Inc as they take on new clients in each city/serial. However I felt a lot of the storyline focused on Parker and Sky’s relationship evolving in the midst of all of it, particularly trying to keep each’s green monster at bay. I liked that I got to see more dimensions of other characters like Wendy, Bo, and Royce. I liked that the theme of the first serial- Milan - carried a very empowering message that gripped my heart and was so relatable. And I especially liked the adventurous and action-packed turn of events which led to hanging onto every spoken word of Book 6, anxiously wanting to know what happens. Looking forward to Vol. 3!

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  • 01-02-19

Oooooo

Volume 2 was just as good as volume 1 and I am really enjoying listening to these books and of course brilliant narrators .