• International Guy: Paris, New York, Copenhagen

  • International Guy Series, Volume 1
  • By: Audrey Carlan
  • Narrated by: Sebastian York, Ava Erickson
  • Length: 12 hrs and 1 min
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (209 ratings)

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International Guy: Paris, New York, Copenhagen

By: Audrey Carlan
Narrated by: Sebastian York,Ava Erickson
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Publisher's Summary

This volume includes the first, second, and third International Guy novellas from #1 New York Times bestselling author Audrey Carlan.

My name is Parker Ellis. You can call me The Dream Maker. This is where my story begins.

There’s a world of women waiting for me, but my journey starts here, in three cities: Paris. New York. Copenhagen.

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 Money Maker. 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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Not for me.

I was going to return the book without finishing it, but it is almost a compulsion for me to find out what comes next. The only good thing about it is Sebastian York... He was the only reason I finished listening to this mess. And not even his wonderful voice stopped me from thinking this was crap. These men are supposed to have very high IQs, but they are just glorified manwhores. Even in a fictional world it is very hard to swallow what happens in these story plots.

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Amazing

Loved it! Craved it! I reccomend it! You can't live without it! Voices were great too. Stories are wonderful. Make you dreamy eyed. READ IT!!!!

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couldn't finish it

The story line was so bad. It wasn't believable. I returned it within hours of purchase.

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Cancel

I only can say that I am highly upset that Mr. York is even reading this book. They must have paid him a lot of money because the woman voice is just horrible. If they really talk like this in real life then smh because I can't bare it. There is no way that the female should sound like a man too. Next time, just pay to have a female read the female part because you just ruin this audible for me. I'm returning it. Crazy thing is that I have listened to and read over 100s of books in one year. So, that should tell you how mad I am right now.

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Flowing reading

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

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Good Story!

This story started off really slow for me but eventually picked up. Overall it was a pretty good story. I am excited to start volume 2 in this series!
The narration was absolutely amazing!!

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Great Read

Paris, New York, Copenhagen (International Guy #1-3) was a great read by Audrey Carlan. Paris (International Guy #1) was a great read by Audrey Carlan. Parker Ellis has created a career out of his love for women. His friends call him The Dream Maker. When you want something out of life and have money to make it happen, you contact International Guy. There's nothing too tough for Parker, and he never leaves a client unsatisfied. Perfume heiress, Sophie Rolland, calls him to help with her families company. New York (International Guy #2) was a great read by Audrey Carlan. Although Parker is professional, he may lose control with Skyler Paige. She the hottest female movie star, and the woman that he has crushed on. She needs to find her muse and that's when her assistant and best friend calls International Guy. They have an instant attraction that isn't easy to ignore. Copenhagen (International Guy #3) was a great read by Audrey Carlan. Christina Kaarsberg is a different gamble than Parker is used to. She is a princess in the Danish royal family. Parker is tasked with taming the princess and convincing her to marry to crown prince and become the Queen of Denmark. Christina is playing a game which Parker needs to figure out. I enjoyed reading this book and can't wait to read more by the author.

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unrealistic stories and undeveloped characters

it portrays a bunch of rich, educated women who are either a heiress or A Lister actress who can't think for themselves and needs an egomaniac and sex craze guy to think for them. The female narrator is bad at male voices. Nope. Not finishing it.

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So disappointed...

Favorite narrators, especially Sebastián York. Thought I could never go wrong with anything he narrated. OMG
Sebastian shouldn't be trying accents he can't do. Trying to do a French accented female???? No way.
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Quite possibly the worst book I've listened to...

Three men step in to show women how to dress, act and conduct business? Seriously? A damsel in distress is one thing but this is just sexist and egotistical.

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  • Susan Rogerson
  • 12-09-18

Loved it

Wow I really enjoyed listening to volume 1 of international Guy , I can’t wait to listen to volume 2 .

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  • Mrs. Linda Hall
  • 02-23-19

Disgusting

Wish I could work out how to delete and get my money back. Load of total rubbish. Not my cup of tea.