Chicks Dig the Accent
She’s had a crush on Nicholas Sullivan, her British professor, for as long as she can remember. So when opportunity comes knocking to spice up her appearance in the form of a French life coach, she hires Jean Luc Dubois to help her let her hair down and become more Parisian and hip to reflect the person she is within. Thanks to Jean Luc’s magic, she starts to catch her hunky English prof’s eye, but the more time she spends with Evan, the more she begins to realize that her Prince Charming might just be the one she’s known all along.
The dialogue flows smoothly and the characters are interesting, even though not as developed as I'd like them to have been. The author does offer a bit of backstory on each main character, but it would have been nice to know a little more about the non-generic elements of each one's life, to offer further insight on what made them tick, what skeletons lurked in their closets, what events from their pasts could attribute to their choices in life. They didn't seem quite flawed enough for my taste. I enjoy a bit more angst and drama.
Also, I was hoping for a heated altercation between Evan and Sean, the ex. That would have offered a bit more action, other than the steamy sex.
Overall, I don't really have a complaint about this book. The writing was engaging, the story flowed well, and I don't think I bookmarked even one typo.
I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys sexy, sassy romance stories that move fairly quickly.